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A Little Night Music

Fairmount Performing Arts Conservatory


Director/Artistic Director: Fred Sternfeld
Music Director: David Williams
Choreographer: Bebe Weinberg-Katz
Scenic Design: Trad A Burns
Costume Design: Craig Tucker
Wigs and Hair: Winn Douglas
Light Design: Ben Gantose
Sound Design: Carlton Guc
Technical Director: Paul Gatzke
Assistant Technical Director: Craig M. Betz
Production Manager: Sean Szaller
Stage Manager: Rebecca Adams
Properties: Jamie Benetto
Marketing, Promotion, Group Sales: Amy Lawrence, Lydia Hall
Graphic Design: Connor O'Brien
Assistant Stage Manager: Sean Michael Cahill
Sound Operators: RJ Koharik, Cindi Verbelun, Bryan Ritchey
Follow Spot Operators: Aubrey Fink, Jessie Pollak, Rachel Budin
Front of House: Pam Grodzik, Cindi Verbelun, Rahcel Budin, Miles Sternfeld, Sean Szaller, Aubrey Fink, Jessie Pollak, Joy Pollak


Cast:
Madame Armfeldt -- Dorothy Silver Desiree Armfeldt -- Tracee Patterson*
Fredrik Egerman -- Matthew Wright*
Anne Egerman -- Anna Bradley
Henrik Egerman -- Luke Wehner
Petra -- Natalie Green
Fredrika Armfeldt -- Cara Corrigan
Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm -- James F. Love
Charlotte Malcolm -- Katherine DeBoer
Frid -- Eric Thomas Fancher
Mr. Lindquist -- William Clarence Marshall*
Mrs. Nordstrom -- Claire Connelly
Mrs. Anderssen -- Bernadette Hisey
Mr. Erlanson -- Justin W. Williams
Mrs. Segstrom -- Lydia Hall
Bertrand, a page -- Jeremy Jenkins
Malla, Desiree's maid -- Kayla Spira
Osa, Madame Armfeldt's servant -- Joiel Bauschatz

*Denotes a member of Actor's Equity Association

Press:

Show description: In turn-of-the-century Sweden, middle-aged Fredrik Egerman brings his 18-year-old bride Anne to a play starring his former mistress, Desiree Armfeldt. Soon, Fredrik and Desiree resume their romance, incurring the wrath of her current lover, a pompous Count. The situation culminates in a weekend at a country estate, with Fredrik, Anne, Desiree and the Count in attendance, as well as Fredrik's son (who is hopelessly in love with Anne), Desiree's illegitimate daughter, the Count's manic-depressive wife and the Egermans lusty maid. And there, under the summer night, things are set to right.