THE MUSIC MAN Runs June 9-12

BB_Music Man logoTHE MUSIC MAN
Bart’s Bards
June 9-12
St. Bartholomew Church Krumpe Activity Center [Finneytown]

Directed by Fred Hunt

Cast: Chris Murphy as Harold Hill, Jessie Green as Marian Paroo, Gary Bracknell as Charlie Cowell, John Dorney as Mayor Shinn, Conrad Kolis as Olin Britt, Alex Meineke as Ewart Dunlop, Bill Fessler as Oliver Hix, Jamie Ball as Jacey Squires, Barry Reynolds as Marcellus Washburn, Ke’von Gibson as Tommy Djilas, Dana Tower as Mrs. Paroo, Roxy Jones as Amaryllis, Carter Schulte as Winthrop Paroo, Maria Williams as Mrs. Shinn, Caroline Lawson as Zaneeta Shinn, Christen Fessler as Gracie Shinn, Lisa Hunt as Alma Hix, Danielle Meineke as Maud Dunlop, Kayla Haas as Ethel Toffelmier, Kendra Dunahugh as Mrs. Squires, Mike Williams as Constable Locke/Salesman, Fred Hunt as Train Conductor, Timothy Geering as Salesman/Farmer/Townsperson, Henkler as Salesman/Townsperson, Chris Sayer as Salesman/Townsperson, Hunter Gee as Salesman, Molly Davenport as Newspaper reader/Townsperson, Molly Gallagher as Newspaper reader/Townsperson, Holly Horner as Newspaper reader/Townsperson & Joy Niehaus as Farmer’s wife/Townsperson
Dorothy Biron, Carla Browning, Eloise Elliott, Adrianna Fedele, Tosha Gibson, Sofia Gill, Ellie Heitz, Ella Herzog, Audrey Mason, Jackson Moorman, Maria Moorman, Emily Pine, Jovie Rucker, Annie Williams & Bill Witzgall

The Music Man is considered an American Classic. It follows Harold Hill, a rather smooth-talking con artist who has been traveling from town to town in the early summer of 1912. Harold has been posing as “Professor” Harold Hill, a boys’ band organizer who promises to teach the boys of small Midwestern towns how to play in a band. Harold, who himself has never played an instrument, plans to collect money for ‘instruments and uniforms’ before skipping town. However, when he meets the beautiful and intelligent librarian, Marian, his plans may start to unravel.

  • Thu-Fri, June 9-10 at 7:30pm
  • Sat, June 11 at 2pm & 7:30pm
  • Sun, June 12 at 2pm

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