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HAPPY END


A Melodrama With Songs 
April 27 - May 27, 2007 

Written on the heels of the phenomenally successful Threepenny Opera, Happy End, which premiered in Berlin in 1929, again takes to task the disparity between the "Haves" versus the "Have-nots." In the underworld of Chicago, 1919, a Salvation Army Lieutenant, Lillian Holiday, a/k/a Hallelujah Lil, tries to reform a gangster, Bill Cracker, whose mob is led by the mysterious Lady in Grey (also known as "The Fly"). During the course of the salvation, they fall in love, a robbery gets bungled, murder is attempted, there's a surprise reuniting and a "happy" ending. Along the way we are treated to some of Weill's best songs, including The Bilbao Song, The Sailor's Tango,Song of the Big Shot, The Mandalay Song andSurabaya Johnny. Veteran Director David Fuller, who has helmed many hits including The Threepenny Opera at the Jean Cocteau Repertory, and Theater Ten Ten's spring 2006, six time Innovative Theater Award nominated production ofThe Singapore Mikado, directs this exciting piece.

Director - David Fuller 
Music Director - Michael Harren 
Choreographer - Judith Jarosz 
Set & Lighting Design - Giles Hogya 
Costume Design - Viviane Galloway 
Production Stage Manager - Andy Fitts 
Assistant Director - Aaron Diehl 
Assistant Stage Manager - Colleen Darnall

 
Lorinda Lisitza as Sister Lillian Holiday - Photo: LAB Photography

Cast (in order of appearance)
 

Tim MortonBob Marker ("The Professor")

Timothy McDonoughJohnny Flint ("Baby Face")

Dave TillistrandSam "Mammy" Wurlitzer

Greg HortonDr. Nakamura ("The Governor")

David Arthur
  BachrachJimmy Dexter ("The Reverend")

Elizabeth FyeMiriam, the Barmaid

Joey PiscopoBill Cracker

Aaron DiehlThe Cop

Judith JaroszA Lady in Gray ("The Fly")

Megan LoomisSister Mary

Allen HaleBrother Ben Owens

Sandy YorkSister Jane

Lorinda LisitzaLieutenant Lillian Holiday ("Hallelujah Lil")

Michael C. O'DayCaptain Hannibal Jackson

Cristiane YoungMajor Stone

 

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