Directed by Russell Slack
7pm, Feb. 26 & 27
The Grand Theatre
Big Business means big laughs in this clever lampoon of life on the corporate ladder as we follow the rise of J. Pierrepont Finch, who uses a little handbook called How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying to get ahead in the office. This tune-filled gem, set in 1967, won both the Tony Award for Best Musical and Pulitzer Prize.
We are looking for:
J. Pierrepont Finch - a window washer who applies for a job at the Wold Wide WIcket Company and attempts to climb the 'ladder of success.' Male 18-50
Gatch - a sleazy executive with a penchant for the ladies. Male 30-60
J.B. Biggley - philandering President of World Wide Wicket. Male 30-80
Rosemary - a secretary at the company, becomes Finch's love interest. Female 18-50
Smitty - a cynical secretary on the lookout for a man. Female 18-60
Bud Frump - Biggley's nephew and scheming employee. Male 18-50
Miss Jones - J.B.'s stuffy secretary who is abrupt and tough. Female 25-65
Mr. Twimble - a fussy, old-fashioned supervisor of the mailroom. Male 40-70
Wally Womper - Chief Executive Officer and former window washer. Male 30-70
Hedy - a voluptuous woman adored by all of the men. Female 18-45
Ensemble Dancers - Executives, Secretaries, male and female 15-70
Rehearsals begin March 5. Performances May 3-6 at the State. For more info call CVTG or email email@example.com
7:30pm March 8-10, 15-17
1:30pm March 11 & 18
102 W. Grand Ave
715/832-7529 or Buy Tickets Online
Sharp-tongued widow Daisy Werthan is informed by her son that she must rely on the services of a chauffeur. He hires a thoughtful black man, who Miss Daisy regards with disdain at first. Over twenty five years, however, the two grow dependent on each other in this Pulitzer Prize-winning play. Adults/seniors $23, Youth/Military $10
CVTG wouldn't function without all of its wonderful volunteers. It was great seeing all of you at our recent party at The Plus!
Mark your Calendar
7:30pm Saturday March 3 at the Grand - UWEC Improv Show by the Backwards Thinkers Society, featuring several CVTG alumni. Adults $10, Students $5, tickets at the door only.
3pm & 7pm Saturday April 7 at the Grand - YMCA's Y-Rep production of James and the Giant Peach. Adults $10, Youth $5, tickets at the door only.
6pm Friday May 11 at Florian Gardens - The 9th Annual Fairytale Ball, with live Disney characters, games, entertainment, photo booth. Dress up as you favorite fairytale or Disney character. $10. Call for tickets or buy at the door.
Summer of 2018 - CVTG Summer Youth Drama Camp, with many workshops, and performances of Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs, and As You Like It. Watch for flyer coming next month.
Aside from performers, there are many other volunteer opportunities available: Carpenters, Painters, Costumers, Sewers, Sound Tech, Lighting Tech, Backstage Crews, Box Office Help, and more. CVTG is a great place to make new friends and learn new skills with little time commitment. We'd love to meet you! Call, email, or stop by our office to find out how you can get involved, and watch our facebook pages for CVTG in general, or Set-Building.
If you are interested in being a part of our organization, please give us a call at 715/832-7529 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No previous experience is needed!! See you at the theatre.