VP 2002 Suds

Suds

Written By: Melinda Gilb, Steve Gunderson and Bryan Scott
Directed & Choreographed By: Wes Skinner
Musical Director: Debbie Wlodarski
Produced by special arrangement with Brent Peek Productions

Run of Show

“Suds” will run September 13-28, 2002, Thursday through Saturday at 8:00pm, second Sunday at 2:00pm

Synopsis

The Village Players Theatre opens its season with the campy musical, Suds, The Rockin’ 60s Musical Soap Opera. Suds, which is set in a Laundromat, virtually overflows with nostalgia, comedy and more than thirty songs of the era, including such favorites as “Please, Mr. Postman,” “Johnny Angel,” “Chapel of Love” and “It’s My Party.” This musical romp through the 1960s was created by Melinda Gilb, Steve Gunderson, Will Roberson and Brian Scott. Suds provides squeaky clean fun for the entire family and practically guarantees that you’ll leave the theatre singing.

The People …

Leading Roles
in order of appearance

Karla Behrman Marge
Megan Ray Cindy
Liz Baldwin Dee Dee
Jeff King 7 different roles

Production Staff

Director Wes Skinner
Choreographer Wes Skinner
Assistant Choreographer Patti Moran
Musical Director Debbie Wlodarski
Band Ray Woods & David Begley
Producer Paige Price & Jackie Mierzejewski
Set Design John Henry
Scenic Art Dale Moore
Stage Manager Debbie Marinik & Laura Fleck
Lighting Design Scott T. Gage & Kitty Devaney
Lighting Crew Jason Champion, Dan Marinik, Deanne Miller & Alisa Rowland
Costume Design Pam Kelso & Kathy Karnes
Property Manager Sarah Collier & Kate Argow
Property Crew Sandy Gahan, Paige Price & Bob Smith
Set Construction Kristin Cherry, Sarah Collier, Joe Hendrikx, John Henry, Steve Mierzejewski, Jean Mills, Norb Mills, Bob Smith & Don Weber
Sound Design Don Weber
Sound Crew Paige Price & Joanne Toth
Program Scott Gage & Dale Moore
House Manager Ann Veasey
Box Office Manager Ann Veasey
Box Office Staff Kimberly Bruggemann, Sue Holliger, Joe & Carol Kwiatkowski, John Scott, Roger Whitmore & Judy Wiederhold
Program Printing The Copy Center
Cast Photography Mike McDermott
Special Thanks Scott Hopkins
Holly Podzinski
Data Entry Specialist-Ellison Weber

The Show!

Act I & Act II:

This campy musical takes place in a Laundromat. It virtually overflows with nostalgia, comedy and more than thirty songs of the era. This musical romp through the 1960’s provides squeaky clean fun for the entire family and practically guarantees that you’ll leave the theater singing.