Event date: 7/19/2019 7:30 PM - 8/3/2019 7:30 PM Export event
Fridays 7:30pm; Saturdays 2pm & 7:30pm at Community Yellow Box Theatre
Music and lyrics by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus and some songs with Stig Anderson.
Book by Catherine Johnson.
Originally conceived by Judy Craymer.
Originally produced in London by Judy Craymer, Richard East and Bjorn Ulvaeus for Littlestar in association with Universal.
Additional material and arrangements by Martin Koch.
Music published by Universal Music Publishing Group and EMI Grove Park Music, Inc. and EMI Waterford Music Inc.
The international megahit. 54 million people worldwide have laughed and danced with joy to this unforgettable jukebox musical, and now it’s coming to Naperville’s Community Theatre!
The great songs of ABBA weave together a tale of love, marriage, family and finding where you belong. Sophie wants her dad to walk her down the aisle. But there’s a problem: who is he? Her mother Donna never said, but a peek in mom’s old diary uncovers three possibilities, and Sophie invites them all to the wedding!
“Dancing Queen,” “The Name of the Game,” “Knowing Me, Knowing You,” “The Winner Takes It All,” and many more great ’70’s staples by the Swedish Sensation, and it’s all performed for you by your friends and neighbors of The Summer Place!
Maria Alexandra as
Marie Groh as
Terri Crain Goodman as
Dan Judy as
Nick Welter as
Nickel Hays as
Ensemble/Dance Captain/Young Donna
Charlotte Totten as
Rex Meyer - Assistant Music Director/Accompanist
Charles Martin - Technical Director/Scenic Designer
Samuel Stephen - Lighting Designer/Projections
Jeff Sand - Sound Designer/Producer
Jane Grebeck - Costume Designer
Sara Blankestyn & Sharesa Uher Moffitt - Props Designers
Still need key positions filled, including a Stage Manager needed immediately. Email resume to email@example.com
9 Chances to enjoy this fun-packed show, performed at the beautiful Community Yellow Box Theatre at Rickert and Ogden in Naperville: Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm and a Saturday matinee at 2:00pm for three weekends beginning July 19.
Tickets are on sale now. Grab them while you can. Since this is the first time the play is available to community theatres, they’ll be in high demand. Back in the early ’70’s, Summer Place grabbed Fiddler on the Roof before anyone else, and we played to full houses.