Scottsdale Musical Theater Company Announces its Cast for “West Side Story” at Tempe Center for the Arts
Tickets on sale now
SCOTTSDALE MUSICAL THEATER COMPANY ANNOUNCES ITS CAST FOR “WEST SIDE STORY” - TICKETS NOW ON SALE!
Scottsdale Musical Theater Company is proud to announce its full cast for its upcoming production of West Side Story, at Tempe Center for the Arts (700 W. Rio Salado Parkway, Tempe AZ), August 17 - 20, 2017.
Tony Michael Schauble
Maria Karylin Veres
Anita Brielle Amrein
Riff Cole Brackney
Action Austin Delp
Bernardo Rob Allocca
Chino Shawn Wong
Anybodys Madison Ottinger
Doc Bill Diekmann
Lt. Shrank Fred Gerle
Officer Krupke Bob Downing
Gladhand Kevin Fenderson
Jet Boys Ryan Ardelt, Ryan Clark, LJ Deacon, Jeremy Gatlin; Eric Guy, Chris Reah, Asher Sheppard
Shark Boys Bobby Chen, Chris Gonzalez, DJ Hall, Salvador Verdugo
Jet Girls Siarah Aysien, Nicole Bond, Hillary Conrad, Taylor Hix, Lauren Koeritzer, Ashley Nebeker, Mia Romero
Shark Girls Taylor Falshaw, Melissa Kamel, Kate Maniuszko, Michelle Papademetriou, Alexus Poulette, Lindsey Skomro
The show is directed by David Hock with choreography by Bill Hotaling and musical direction by Curtis Moeller. The orchestra will be conducted by Kevin Hayward.
West Side Story is one of the world’s most beloved Broadway musicals. With its rich score by Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim and classic book by Arthur Laurents, audiences will experience immortal hit songs like “Somewhere”, “America”, “One Hand, One Heart” and “Something’s Coming” through SMTC’s 20+ piece live orchestra and some of the Valley’s best talent.
Tickets to the general public are now on sale ranging from $28 - $42, with Senior and Student discounts available, and can be purchased at www.ScottsdaleMusicalTheater.com or by calling (602) 909-4215. Group rates are also available.
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Now in its 7th year, SMTC prides itself on “bringing Broadway’s favorites back to life”, presenting full, large-scale productions of Broadway musicals in their original versions, as they were meant to be seen. Utilizing professional sets and costumes, great local talent and a full live 20+ piece orchestra for every show, SMTC has been called “the best theatre company in the Valley when it comes to producing classic musicals.” (Talkin’ Broadway).