Carl Albert State College Musical Theatre Department Presents Brigadoon
Brigadoon is coming to the Carl Albert State College stage. Performances will be at the Hamilton Complex Auditorium at the College’s Poteau campus on Thursday, October 10, at 7 p.m., Friday, October 11 at 7 p.m., Sunday, October 13 at 2 p.m., and Monday, October 14 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $7 for adults and $3 for children. Performances are free to all CASC employees and CASC students with a valid CASC ID.
Carl Albert’s own Bill Day and Dana Dinsmore-Davis are directing the play that is from the book and lyrics of Alan Jay Lerner.
The cast of characters includes Carl Albert students as well as several community members. Those in this fall’s play are Shalom Staats as Fiona, Blake Pierson as Jeff, Logan Sloan as Tommy, McKensey Matlock as Jean, Kelli McCroskey as Jane, Matthew Reif as Mr. Lundie, Ka Sia Moua as Angus, Aaron Williams as Charlie, Brooke McClary as Meg, Chelsee McClary as Mrs. McGregor, Michael Whitecotton as Harry Beaton, Garrett Tinsley as Andrew McClary, Yvan Manzi as Archie, Haley Hutchings as Frankie the Bartender, Rachel Lowe as Maggie, Casee Matlock as Kate, and Heather Ballew as Stancy.
Chorus members are Madison Stacy, Alexandra Hollinger, El Chang, Lindsey Merrill, Chastity Morris, Susana Delgadillo, and Alisha Higgins.
Behind the scenes assistance includes set design by Bill Day, music by Dana Dinsmore-Davis, piano by Bill King, sound by Kevin Clarkson, programs by Terri Hardin, lighting by Billy Woodrall, choreography by Casee Matlock, ticket booth by Haley Nixon, costumes by Kelli McCroskey, and set construction by Logan Sloan, Emily Taylor, Kelli McCroskey, and Matthew Reif.
According to Dinsmore-Davis, Mr. Davis Duty will be performing traditional Scottish tunes on the bagpipes 15 minutes prior to each performance. Show tunes included in this year’s play include Almost Like Being in Love, The Heather on the Hill, There but for You Go I, Come to Me, Bend to Me, My Mother’s Wedding Day, I’ll Go Home with Bonnie Jean, and Waitin’ for My Dearie.