Kilcock Musical & Dramatic Society presents Sweet Charity

Kilcock Musical & Dramatic Society presents Sweet Charity

Time & Location

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28 April 2009

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2 May 2009

Director:

Philippa Alford

Musical Director:

Bernard Reilly

Choreographer:

Julie Donnelly

About the Event

Fast, funky and funny, Sweet Charity follows the adventures of Charity Hope Valentine, a dance hall hostess at the "Fandango Ballroom" in New York City. Charity struggles to find a man, any man, who can make her happy. The first throws her in a lake. The second locks her in a closet. But the third, Oscar, is something else.
When the two of them get trapped in an elevator together, it’s clearly the start of something new. But will it be something different?
Love is what it’s all about!
But will Charity live happily ever after?
Sweet Charity is one of the classic Broadway musicals with a bright, brassy score by Cy Coleman and including such hit songs as ‘Big Spender’, ‘If My Friends Could See Me Now’ and ‘The Rhythm of Life’ and a wise-cracking script by Neil Simon, most famous for ‘The Odd Couple’
Written By: Neil Simon
Music By: Cy Coleman
Lyrics By: Dorothy Fields
BROADWAY PREMIERE
January 29, 1966, played 608 performances
REVIVAL
April 27, 1986, played 369 performances
May 4, 2005, played 279 performances
CAST OF CHARACTERS


Charity Hope Valentine Sharon Murphy
Dark Glasses Charlie Stuart Doherty
Helene Sinead McLoughlin
Nickie Maria Mallon
Carmen Lorraine Murphy
Betsy Amanda Ryan
Herman Andrew Docherty
Doorman Dominic Cogan
Ursula March Eimear Humphries
Vittorio Vidal Niall Dempsey
Manfred Ollie Durack
Oscar Lindquist Conor Clear
Daddy Brubeck John Bowe
Daddy Brubeck’s Assistants Stuart Doherty
Ollie Durack
Rosie Katie Wheeler
Cop 1 Kenny Cribbin
Cop 2 / Barney Mark Nolan
Supporting Cast: Sarah Byrne, Suzanne Byrne, Louise Cassidy, Ashling Doyle, Maria Fowler, Sandra Keane, Anne Keogh, Avril Keogh, Melissa Mallon,
Geraldine McCarthy, Claire Nolan, Denise Winston, Melanie Young,Adam Burke, Stuart Doherty, Kenny Cribbin, Eamon Nolan, James Parkes

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