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Come Play at CST!

JANUARY IS NATIONAL AUDITION MONTH!
(or at least it’s audition month at Chicago Street Theatre!)

 

Bedtime Stories (as told by our dad) (who messed them up)

Thanks to everyone who attended! We had a wonderful turn out and decisions were tough, but we are happy to announce the cast list:

Dad - Andy Urschel

The Kids

Willow - Libby Vatthauer

Ashley -  Mara Huneryager

Katie - Olivia Krutz

The Princess and the Pea

Prime Minister - Savanna Wright

Queen - Hilary Jordan

Prince 1 - Jack Reichert

Princess 1 - Katherine Stalmah

Princess 2 - Miranda Bognar

Mindy - Emma Wisecarver

The Girl Who Cried Dinosaur

Bo- Sophia Urschel

Sheep- Lauren Krutz

Horace - Miranda Bognar

Mayor - Savanna Wright

Mom -  Melissa D’Aloisio

Father - Jim Drader

Captain -  Hilary Jordan

The Militia - Grace Besedick, Katherine Stalmah

Rumpelstiltskina

Prince 2 - Jack Reichert

Poor Old Man -  Jim Drader

Daughter - Grace Besedick

Rumpelstiltskina -  Melissa D’Aloisio


Boeing Boeing

by Marc Camoletti, Beverley Cross, Francis Evans
Directed by Mary A. Bird Matern and Craig Golbesky Assisted by Patricia Schultz

Performance dates: April 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27

Thanks to everyone who auditioned! The cast is as follows:

Bernard: Kevin Giese

Gloria: Olivia Throckmartin

Gabriella: Mary DeBoer

Gretchen. Patty Bird

Berthe: Erin Sharpe

Robert: Dan Matern


Danny and the Deep Blue Sea

by John Patrick Shanley
directed by Justin Treasure

Performance dates: May 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 30, 31, June 1

Set in the Bronx, NY, this iconic play, written by Pulitzer Prize winner John Patrick Shanley collides us with two of society's beautiful, yet dysfunctional city misfits. After a chance encounter in a forgotten bar, their defenses dissolve and a spontaneous night of heart-thumping confession, love and chaos unfolds. With no easy way out, both are forced to dive deep in order to find a forgiveness that offers the rare chance of a more hopeful future. This is an explosive, deeply affecting play, exploring the issues of personal alienation and the redemptive power of love.

Cast:

Danny: Dean Perrine

Roberta: Amanda Tomczak