DECEMBER 6 – 23, 2023

WHO’S GOT ME?

Book, Lyrics and Music by Jeffrey Scharf
Directed by Julie James
Music Direction by Luke Shepherd
Vocal Direction by Diana Torres Koss
Choreography by Elle May Patterson

This 1930s-style show-within-a-show, backstage screwball musical comedy is filled with toe-tapping tunes and dynamic dance sequences.  The fun begins when the Alexanders, a family of small-town cabaret performers, attract the interest of big-time Broadway producer Preston Fadham with their musical comedy about a family of small-town cabaret performers who attract the interest of a big-time Broadway producer. Complications ensue as the lives of the real-life actors intersect with the problems of their on-stage characters.

DEDICATION


We got the sad news that Rowland “Reb” Rebele recently passed away. He was such a force in the community and so generous with his support to so many, including Jewel Theatre Company. Our production of Who’s Got Me? is dedicated in loving memory to Reb. Not only were Reb and his wife, Pat, one of our first major donors in 2005, but Reb unfailingly encouraged us in our efforts to grow as a professional company. His commitment to the community is well known and we can proudly say but for his generosity, his wisdom and his unvarnished advice to this then small start-up theatre group, we would not have succeeded over the past 20 years, and we are forever grateful to Reb.

 

 

Julie James

Director

 


Elle May Patterson

Choreographer

 

Luke Shepherd

Music Director / Additional Incidental Music

 

Diana Torres Koss

Vocal Director

 

Doug Walter

Orchestrator

 

Skip Epperson

Scenic Designer

 

B. Modern

Costume Designer

 

Carina Swanberg

Lighting Designer

 

John H. Koss

Sound Designer

 

Shaun Carroll, Cheryl Wong

Properties

 

Steven C. Gerlach

Technical Director

 

Kelly Mack

Production Manager

 

Abby Halper

Stage Manager

 

Sharon Ridge

Hair / Wig Designer

 

Lexi Cross

Assistant Choreographer / Dance Captain

 

Susan Myer Silton

Dramaturge

 

Kayla Dolder

Master Electrician

 

Nicole Hoke

Scenic Painter

 

Lauren Suiter

Costume Design Assistant

 

Heather McDougal, Norma Jean McGee

Cutter / Drapers

 

Gillian Bong

Stitcher

 

Jackey Genna, Ethan Lepe, Izzy Pedego

Electricians

 

Rebecca Benack, Natalie DeLucchi, Izzy Pedego

Stage Crew

 


THE BAND

 

Luke Shepherd

Piano

 

Matt Bohn

Acoustic Bass

 

Zack Olsen

Drums

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Michael
Stark


as Preston Fadham

 

 

 

Shannon
Chipman


as Ms. Chapman

 

 

 

Bianca
Chesnut


as Darcy Fadham

 

 

 

Cody
Cooley


as Joe Alexander

 

 

 

Zach
Padlo
*


as Jimmy Alexander

 

 

 

Ryan
Sammonds


as John Alexander

 

 

 

Adria
Swan


as Susan Campbell

 

 

 

Dirk
Leatherman
*


as Tony Alexander

 

 

 

Sarah Hadassah
Negrón
*


as Lindsey Walden

 

 

 

Andrew
Davids


as Doctor / Ensemble (u/s Fadham, Tony)

 

 

 

Erin Rose
Solorio
*


as Eleanor / Ensemble (u/s Darcy)

 

 

 

Lydia
Lyons
*


as Carmen / Ensemble

 

 

 

Sandi
Lewandowski


as Billy / Ensemble (u/s Chapman, Walden)

 

 

 

Lexi
Cross


Ensemble

 

 

 

Tracey
Freeman-Shaw


Ensemble (female swing)

 

 

 

Natalia
Hulse


Ensemble (u/s Susan)

 

 

 

Hope
Jamieson
*


Ensemble

 

 

 

Joe
Love


Ensemble (u/s Jimmy, John)

 

 

 

Catrina
Manahan
*


Ensemble (u/s Carmen)

 

 

 

Chris
McNiff
*


Ensemble (u/s Joe)

 

 

 

Anna Terese
Scott
*


Ensemble

 

 

 

Jeff
Stanton


Ensemble (male swing)

 

 

 


*Member, Actor’s Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States.

 

 
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