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1940's Radio Hour

by A Musical by Walton Jones
February 8,9,10,15,16,17 1996 7:30 pm; February 11, 1996 2:30 pm

Directed by B. Michael Quale

Musical Director- Renae Rike- Nehring

This Broadway hit accurately captures the spirit of that bygone era when the world was at war, television was something from science fiction, and pop music meant the "Chattanooga Choo-Choo" and "Boogie- Woogie Bugle Boy"- both of which are among the memorable songs in the show.  The music and magic of radio's finest hours are relived in this delightful musical comedy.

Cast List
Pops Bailey Jack Dyville
Stanley Paul O'Conner
Cllifton A Feddington Rick Pfeiffer
Wally Fergusson Arch Ellwein
Lou Cohn Dennis Stromme
Johnny Catone Dwight Wigness
Ginger Brooks Renae Rike-Nehring
Connie Miller Kathy Evanson
B. J. Gibson Denny Johnson
Neil Tilden Ted Lidseth
Ann Collier Renee Rogness
Geneva Lee Brown Andrea Tracy
Bif Baker Gary Mizeur

Mutual Musical Notes

Sarah Braun Joe Mendro, Sr.
Vicki Finders Tim Nehring
Kandee Fredricksen B. Michael Quale
Jennifer Innis Larry Sneider
Susan Snyder Rich Studsrud
Jane Studsrud
Zoot Doublemand Orchestra
Zoot Bill McFarland, Jr.
Piano Marilyn Ackerson
Guitar Rich Halvorson
Drums Barry Halvorson

Production Staff

Director B. Michael Quale
Musical Director Renae Rike-Nehring
Assistand Director Bobbie Gludt
Technical Director Larry Sneider
Rehearsal Accompanist                         Marilyn Ackerson
Cpstumer B. Michael Quale
Sound Technician Jon Geyerman
Light Technician Doug Hoffman
Set Construction Sara Braun, Arch Ellweing, Vickei Finders, Kandee Fredricksen, Lillia Gajewski, Rich Halvorson, Mary Jo Harstad, Joe Mendro, Sr., Gary Mizeur, Tim Nehring, Rick Pfeiffer, B. Michael Quale, Susan Snyder, Rich Stdsrud, Dennis Stromme
Box Office Joan Mendro, Sharon Radle
Concessions Mary Jo Harstad

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