June 18th - 21st at 8 pm
June 25th - 28th at 8 pm
Matinee June 22nd at 2 pm

Director - Jane Harissis
Musical Director - Wayne Hobbs
Producer - Andrea Freeman
Stage Manager - Matt Anderson
Choreographer - Jane Robbins
Set Designer - Erik Freeman
Costume Designer - Kate Thaw
Lighting Designer - Jeff Kilgore
Properties - Evelyn Frey
Rehearsal Pianist - Colin Milne

by Lionel Bart
based on Charles Dickens' "Oliver Twist"

(in order of appearance)

Oliver Twist - Connor Kendall

Workhouse Children (Orphans)
Lucie Alden
Ann Bauer
Lainey Curtis
Holly Diegel
Morgan Rose Diegel
Olivia DiRienzo
Kaitlin Dougherty
Sarah Espey
Julianne Jacobs
Luke Fortune
Natalie Fortune

Joshua Hain
Anna Harissis
Melissa LaPorte
David Lazarovich
Maya Lazarovich
Megan Leonard
Colleen McHugh
Haley Reicher
Ryan Springer-Miller
Lia VanDyke
Sarah Wesson
Forrest VanDyke

Bumble The Beadle
- Joe Garofalo
Widow Corney
- Jenny Pitz
Old Sally
- Sara McDonald
Old Lady Agnes
- Jo-Anne Precourt
Noah Claypole
-Dustin Spence
Mr. Sowerberry
- Martin Hain
Mrs. Sowerberry
- Cecily Robbins
- Gennie Frey
The Artful Dodger (Jack Dawkins)
- Ross Francis
Charles Bates
- Matt Lindemer

Fagin’s Gang
Austin Anderson
Keenan Cawley
Courtney DiRienzo
Tessa Eisenberg
Nicholas Espey
Alicia Jacobs
Kara Krakower
Kari Grunberg
Lizzie Guerra
Benjamin Hain
Sarah Harissis
Mitchell Precourt

Bow Street Runners
Ethan Hain
Geoff Penar

Featured Female Dancers &
"Who Will Buy" Soloists
Brenda Lazarovich
Sophie Bick
Pauline Cusick
Theresa Fortune
Geoff Penar
Forrest VanDyke

- Brett Michael Thompson
- Kelly Kendall
- Eva Silverman
- Kristen Robbins
Bill Sykes
- Sam Kunz
Mrs. Bedwin
- Donna-Sue Hain
Mr. Brownlow
- Chris Francis
Dr. Grimwig
- Alan Curtis

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Oliver is born in a workhouse where he works under the supervision of Widow Corney and Mr. Bumble, the beadle . His greed for wanting ‘more’ leads him to be sold to Sowerberry, the undertaker. Sowerberry’s family does not take to him and he runs away to London where he falls in with Fagin and his band of pickpockets. Oliver is wrongly accused of picking a gentleman’s pocket, actually committed by the Artful Dodger, and is taken into custody. The object of the theft, Mr. Brownlow, takes Oliver into his home after Oliver is cleared. He is recaptured by Nancy and her villainous boyfriend Bill Sykes and returned to Fagin's band. Meanwhile, Oliver’s true parentage is revealed through an unsuccessful blackmail attempt by Corney and Bumble. Nancy later tries to return Oliver to the wealthy .Mr. Brownlow but is murdered by her boyfriend. Bill Sykes pays for his life of crime and Oliver is returned to the Brownlow home. For a more detailed version, click here.

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CONFLICTS - please try to switch with another parent


"Food, Glorious Food" - Oliver, Orphans, Old Sally & Old Lady Agnes
"Oliver" - Mr. Bumble, Widow Corney, Old Sally, Old Lady Agnes & Orphans Chorus
"I Shall Scream" - Widow Corney & Mr. Bumble
"Boy For Sale" - Mr. Bumble, Oliver
"That's Your Funeral" - Mr. Sowerberry, Mrs. Sowerberry, Oliver & Mr. Bumble
"Where Is Love?" - Oliver
"Consider Yourself" - Artful Dodger, Oliver, Fagin’s Gang, Charles Bates, Bowstreet Runners (3), Featured Dancers (Sara, Brenda, Sophie, Theresa, Kristen), Vendors (Pauline, Pam, Jo-Anne, Gennie, Alan), Aristocrats (Chris Francis, Donna Sue, Cecily) & Street Person (Sam Kunz)
"Pick A Pocket Or Two" - Fagin, Oliver, Dodger, Charlie Bates & Fagin's Gang
"It's A Fine Life" - Nancy, Bet, Oliver, Dodger, Charlie Bates, Fagin’s Gang
"I'd Do Anything" - Nancy, Bet, Oliver, Dodger, Charlie Bates, Fagin’s Gang, Fagin
"Be Back Soon" - Fagin, Artful Dodger, Oliver, Charlie Bates & Fagin's Gang
"Oom-Pah-Pah" - Charman, Fagin, Nancy, Bet, Sailors (Bow Street Runners), Featured Dancers (Sara, Brenda, Theresa), Patrons (Jennifer Pitz, Joe Garofalo, Dustin, Alan, Matt Lindemer), Band Members
"My Name" - Bill Sykes
"As Long As He Needs Me" - Nancy
"Where Is Love?" Reprise - Mrs. Bedwin
"Who Will Buy?" - Oliver, Mrs. Bedwin, Mr. Brownlow, Dr. Grimwig (no dancing), Soloists (Sophie, Pauline, Theresa, Geoff, Forrest)
"It's A Fine Life" Reprise- Nancy, Bill Sykes, Fagin & Artful Dodger
"Reviewing the Situation" - Fagin
"Oliver" Reprise - Widow Corney & Mr. Bumble
Finale: "Food, Glorious Food" Reprise, "Consider Yourself" Reprise & "I'd Do Anything" Reprise - Company

Workhouse Orphan Roles

Children who are cast as workhouse orphans will appear in Act I, Scene 1 and 2 only. They will enter the theatre from the lower level, through the main theatre doors, perform their two songs ("Food, Glorious Food" and "Oliver") and then exit down the main aisle out of the theatre. At that point, parents may take their children home. Assuming that there will be some children who do not leave at that point (and want to stay for the final curtain call), we will have a system set in place to manage them. The children will not be allowed backstage, but rather will be ushered to another part of the Town Hall to be entertained until the show is over. There will be live video monitors, so that children can watch the show in progress. There will also be activities on hand to keep these children entertained for the remainder of the show. Parents of children cast in these roles will be required to put in two evenings of supervision for the group. The goal is to have at least two adults on hand at all times to keep the children entertained and relatively quiet for the show duration.

A contract will be distributed at auditions which is an agreement between the production team, the child, and the parent that the child agrees that misbehavior and missing rehearsals can result in the child being asked to leave the show. This contract will also have the parents contract agreement that they will supervise the ‘orphans’ for two shows.