OXFORD -- The Nine Mile Players are proud to announce our first full-length musical production, Footloose. The production will be held at Oxford Center School at 462 Oxford Road, Oxford, Conn. The production opens on Friday January 11, 2013 at 8:00pm and will run for four consecutive performances.
Footloose is a hit 1980's feature film which became a Broadway phenomenon and has been seen on stages worldwide! Featuring such hit songs as Holding Out For A Hero, Almost Paradise, Let’s Hear It For The Boy, and of course the title track, Footloose. According to L.A. Weekly Magazine, Footloose is "One of the most extraordinary musicals ever to come out of Hollywood. FOOTLOOSE blends fantastical situations with important issues and balances them perfectly."
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SHOW DATES and TIMES
Friday January 11, 2013 at 8:00pm
Saturday January 12, 2013 at 2:00pm and 8:00pm
Sunday January 13, 2013 at 2:00pm
Children 7 and under: $7
To purchase tickets in advanced please visit: www.showtix4u.com *just search for Oxford, CT and you will find us.
Ren McCormack - Gregory Gardner
Ethel McCormack – Amy Cote
Reverend Shaw Moore – Jason Maur
Vi Moore – Sarah Beirne
Ariel Moore – Ashley Veltri
Lulu Warnicker – Becky Veneble
Wes Warnicker – Tony Benedetti
Coach Roger Dunbar - Ashleigh Smith
Rusty – Wendy Scola
Urleen – Amy Soderquist
Wendy Jo – Kim Wipfler
Ula Mae: Cassandra Veltri
Savanna: Caroline Wolf
Betty Blast – Adriana Veltri
Willard Hewitt - Jason Parry
Principal Harry Clark – Cierra Jordan
Chuck Cranston - Adam Berlingeri
Cowgirl Sally- Peyton Iott
Bomont Ensemble- Chris Wolf, Stephanie O'Connell, Erin Cote, Dana Cote, Peyton Iott, Adriana Veltri, Becky Veneble, Noah Iott,
Produced By Ashleigh Smith
Directed By Jason A. Coombs
Assistant Directed By Christina Kalafut
Musical Directed By Sarah Beirne and Bradley Scoville
Choreographed By Jackie Baia
Publicity By Shannon Wolf
Set Design/Construction by Tom Adamski and Tangee Ramsay
Props By Jack Levis
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