**What a hilarious and professional production! We couldn't stop talking about it all the way home. I love that we have such amazing talent right here in our own backyard. My teenage son and daughter are still singing songs from the show. (They still sing songs from "By Jeeves".) The Cannon Theatre has proven to be delightfully family friendly and the shows are filled with humor that always has us laughing. Looking forward to the next production... and the next... and then next!** Stephanie-----Bolton
**I don’t know where Shawn Cannon finds so many area actors of top professional caliber for the Cannon’s latest musical comedy. Neither do I understand how she designs that brilliant set on that small stage. What I do know is that if you should find your way into her zany Theater at the Common to see “She Loves Me” you will have a rollicking good time with the singing, music, costumes, story – the whole shebang!** Marjorie----Littleton
SHE LOVES ME
TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE FOR THIS FUN SHOW! YOU CAN GET THEM THROUGH MKTIX OR MAIL IN YOUR CHECK TO THE THEATRE, USING THE TICKET FORM----TO 410 GREAT RD., LITTLETON 01460. The show dates are March 16, 17, 23, 24, 30, 31, April 6, 7, at 7:30 pm., with a special Thurs. show on April 5, and a matinee on Sat., March 31 at 1:00 pm.
Georg and Amalia are two feuding clerks in a European parfumerie during the early 1930's who secretly find solace in their anonymous romantic pen pals, little knowing their respective correspondents are none other than each other. Funny, intelligent, honest and sentimental, SHE LOVES ME is a warm romantic comedy with an endearing innocence and a touch of old world elegance and nostalgia, yet as universal and relevant as ever in this age of internet romances. With book by Larry Masteroff, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick, and music by Jerry Bock, the same trio that brought you FIDDLER ON THE ROOF. Lots of great music, and wonderful lyrics, this classic love story is light and fun, combining humor and some quirky characters. Directed by Shawn Cannon.
Georg Nowack: Jon McCauley Amalia Balash: Becky Ufema Steven Kodaly: Josh Lapin Ilona Ritter: Lindsay Barton Ladislav Sipos: Thaddeus Bell Mr. Maraczek: James Daly is stepping down because of an accident, Frank Harrigan will now take the part. Mr. Keller, Viktor & Ensemble: Mark Bonito Fabien, the waiter & Ensemble: Scott Maggs Arpad Lazlo: Tom Ostrowski Stephanie, Ensemble: Sara Huang Magda, Ensemble: Rachel Maggs
Director, Choreography: Shawn Cannon Tech Director, Bret Bahe Sets: Bret Bahe, Lauren Brooks Set Painting: Sam Wojsznis, Shawn Cannon Stage Manager: Lauren Brooks Music Directors: Martha Warren, Sam Prindiville Rehearsal Accomp.: Kathleen Stonely Sound: Bret Bahe Lighting: Bret Bahe Costumes: Shawn Cannon, Brinna Jones Props: Lauren Brooks, Shawn Cannon, Josh Lapin, Tech Crew: Jill Mayo, Aydan Bahe, Cara Desrosiers, Sam Wojsznis