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A MUSICAL TRIBUTE TO THE ANDREWS SISTERS
Directed and Choreographed by David Heimann
Conceived in conjunction with Fred Anzevino
Musical Arrangements by Aaron Benham
Musical Direction by Alex Newkirk

Featuring: Sarah Larson, Will Lucas, Casi Maggio, and Jordan Yentz

Photo ID: David Heimann

William Lucas, Casi Maggio, Sarah Lawson, Jordan Yentz

William Lucas, Casi Maggio, Jordan Yentz, Sarah Lawson

 

Casi Maggio

Casi Maggio

 

Sarah Lawson

Sarah Lawson

 

Jordan Yentz

Jordan Yentz

Casi Maggio, Sarah Lawson, Jordan Yentz

Casi Maggio, Sarah Lawson, Jordan Yentz



Jordan Yentz,  Sarah Lawson, Casi Maggio

Jordan Yentz, Sarah Lawson, Casi Maggio



Casi Maggio,  Sarah Lawson,  Jordan Yentz, William Lucas

Casi Maggio, Sarah Lawson, Jordan Yentz, William Lucas

Stephen Sondheim’s
PASSION

Directed by Fred Anzevino
Musical Direction by Kory Danielson

Featuring: Anthony Apodaca, Ryan Armstrong, Sean Knight, Sarah Larson, John Leen, Christopher Logan, Peter Oyloe, Sarah Simmons, Danni Smith, Colette Todd, and Peter Vamvakas.

Photo ID: Adam Veness

Peter Oyloe and Colette Todd

Danni Smith

 

Peter Oyloe and Danni Smith

Peter Oyloe and Danni Smith

 

Peter Oyloe and Colette Todd

Peter Oyloe and Colette Todd

 

Sean Knight, Anthony Apodaca, Chris Logan, Ryan Armstrong, Peter Oyloe

Sean Knight, Anthony Apodaca, Chris Logan, Ryan Armstrong, Peter Oyloe

 

Danni Smith and Peter Oyloe

Danni Smith and Peter Oyloe

 

Danni Smith and Peter Oyloe

Danni Smith and Peter Oyloe

A Very Merry Madrigal

Directed by David Heimann
Arrangements and Musical Direction by Aaron Benham Musical accompaniment by Jeremy Ramey
Featuring: Missy Aguilera, Tom Chiola, Greg Foster, Sarah Grant, Molly Kral and Andrew Sickel.
Photo ID: David Heimann

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Master Class

by Terrence McNally
Directed by Fred Anzevino
Music Direction Jeremy Ramey
Featuring: Ashlee Hardgrave, Kelli Harrington, Paige Keedy, Rachel Klippel, Jeremy Ramey, and Kevin Siembor.
Photo Credit: Adam Veness

 

Kelli Harrington as Maria Callas in Theo Ubique's "Master Class" by Terrence McNally.

Kelli Harrington as Maria Callas in Theo Ubique’s “Master Class” by Terrence McNally.

 

Kelli Harrington as Maria Callas in Theo Ubique's "Master Class" by Terrence McNally.

Kelli Harrington as Maria Callas in Theo Ubique’s “Master Class” by Terrence McNally.

 

Kelli Harrington as Maria Callas in Theo Ubique's "Master Class" by Terrence McNally.

Kelli Harrington as Maria Callas in Theo Ubique’s “Master Class” by Terrence McNally.

 

Sophie (Rachel Klippel) prepares for her next lesson from Maria Callas (Kelli Harrington) in Terrence McNally's "Master Class."

Sophie (Rachel Klippel) prepares for her next lesson from Maria Callas (Kelli Harrington) in Terrence McNally’s “Master Class.”

 

Maria Callas (Kelli Harrington) works with Tony, a tenor, in Terrence McNally's "Master Class."

Maria Callas (Kelli Harrington) works with Tony, a tenor, in Terrence McNally’s “Master Class.”

 

Sharon (Ashlee Hardgrave) gets eviscerated by Maria Callas (Kelli Harrington) in Terrence McNally's "Master Class."

Sharon (Ashlee Hardgrave) gets eviscerated by Maria Callas (Kelli
Harrington) in Terrence McNally’s “Master Class.”

 

A Cole Porter Songbook

Arrangements by Aaron Benham
Directed by Fred Anzevino
Featuring: Christopher Logan, William Lucas, Sierra Naomi and Jill Sesso
Photo credit: David Heimann.

Cast photo: (from left) William Lucas, Sierra Naomi, Jill Sesso and Christopher Logan.

 

Jill Sesso and Sierra Naomi get a kick out of Christopher Logan and William Lucas.

 

Christopher Logan and Sierra Naomi in A Cole Porter Songbook.

 

William Lucas and Jill Sesso show off their moves in A Cole Porter Songbook.

 

 

ASPECTS OF LOVE

By Andrew Lloyd Webber
Directed by Fred Anzevino
Photo credits: Adam Veness

Kelli Harrington and Matthew Keffer

Matthew Keffer and Kelli Harrington

 

Colette Todd and Ensemble

 

Rochelle Therrien and Kelli Harrington

 

Sean Thomas and Kelli Harrington

 

Ensemble

 

Joy to the World

Photo credit all images: David Heimann

The cast and musicians of Joy to the World: (back row) Musical Director Jeremy Ramey and bassist Zachary Moore; (front row) singers Michael Reyes, Amanda Hartley, Amanda Horvath and Justin Adair. (Photo credit: David Heimann)

 


Pump Boys & Dinettes

Photo credit all images: David Heimann

Pump Boys and Dinettes: Cody Siragusa with Christina Hall.

 

Pump Boys and Dinettes: Danni Smith with Christina Hall.

 

Pump Boys and Dinettes: Jim DeSelm with Courtney Crouse.


Some Enchanted Evening: The Songs of Rodgers and Hammerstein

Photo credit all images:  G. Thomas Ward Photography

Austin Cook, music director, on piano with the company in the opening sequence of Some Enchanted Evening: The Songs of Rodgers and Hammerstein at Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre, running through April 30. Other company members are, from left, Evan Tyrone Martin, Dana Tretta, Jeremy Trager (sitting), Danni Smith and SaraSchoch.

 

Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre’s company of Some Enchanted Evening: The Songs of Rodgers and Hammerstein perform Grant Avenue from Flower Drum Song. On piano is Austin Cook, music director, and from left, Dana Tretta, Jeremy Trager, Danni Smith, Sara Schoch and Evan Tyrone Martin. The revue runs through April 30.

 

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CATS

Elliot Burton as Mungojerrie and Emily Rogers as Victoria in Jellicle Songs.

 

The Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre production of Cats features 13 actors as 20 cats with 8 represented in this number Jellicle Songs for Jellicle Cats. Photo by Gary Ward of G. Thomas Ward Photography

 

The Company in Jellicle Songs. Photo by Gary Ward of G. Thomas Ward Photography

 

Elliot Burton as Mungojerrie and Hillary Patingre as Jellylorum in Naming of Cats. Photo by Gary Ward of G. Thomas Ward Photography

 

The Company in Old Gumbie Cat. Photo by Gary Ward of G. Thomas Ward Photography

 

Rebecca Pink as Jennyanydots in Old Gumbie Cat. Photo by Gary Ward of G. Thomas Ward Photography.

 

Tommy Rivera-Vega as Rum Tum Tugger in The Rum Tum Tugger. Photo by Gary Ward of G. Thomas Ward Photography

 

Emily Rogers as a Siamese in Growltiger. Photo by Gary Ward of G. Thomas Ward Photography.

 

Emily Rogers as Victoria, Elliot Burton as Mungojerrie, Bryan-Alwyn Newland as Gus, and Josh Huppert as Quaxo. Photo by Michael Brosilow

 

Josh Huppert as Quaxo. Photo by Michael Brosilow

 

Roy Brown as Munkustrap in Naming of Cats. Photo by Gary Ward of G. Thomas Ward Photography.

 

Elliot Burton as Skimbleshanks. Photo by Gary Ward of G. Thomas Ward Photography

The Lady’s Not For Burning

Jenny Lamb plays Jennet Jourdemayne, the accused witch, and Layne Manzer plays Thomas Mendip, the disillusioned soldier, in The Lady’s Not for Burning.

 

Jenny Lamb plays Jennet Jourdemayne, the accused witch, and Layne Manzer plays Thomas Mendip, the disillusioned soldier, in The Lady’s Not for Burning.

 

Susan Fay as Margaret Devize, David Weiss as Nicholas Devize and Eric Martin as Humphrey Devize

 

Preddie Predmore as Mayor Hebble Tyson and Andrew J. Pond as Justice Edward Tappercoom

 

Layne Manzer

 

Jenny Lamb plays Jennet Jourdemayne, the accused witch, and Layne Manzer plays Thomas Mendip, the disillusioned soldier, in The Lady’s Not for Burning.

 

Layne Manzer as Thomas Mendip, the soldier, and Jenny Lamb as Jennet Jourdemayne, the witch.

 

Jenny Lamb and Layne Manzer

Hot and Sweet: The Songs of Harold Arlen
Photo credit (all images this section):

The Sweet and Hot cabaret singers are, from left, Kristofer Simmons, Stephanie Herman, Eric Martin, Bethany Thomas, Eric Lindahl and Sarah Hayes.

Getting happy are for the Sweet and Hot show are Kristofer Simmons, Sarah Hayes
and Eric Lindahl.

The Gentlemen Trio for Sweet and Hot are Eric Martin, Eric Lindahl and Kristofer Simmons

Sarah Hayes, Eric Lindahl and Eric Martin at the piano in the Sweet and Hot cabaret.

The cast of Theo Ubique’s production of Sweet and Hot: The Songs of Harold Arlen are, from left front, Stephanie Herman, Sarah Hayes and Bethany Thomas, and from left back, Eric Lindahl, Eric Martin and Kristofer Simmons.

Sarah Hayes and Eric Lindahl cuddle to one of Harold Arlen’s romantic songs in Sweet and Hot: The Songs of Harold Arlen.

Chess
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Chess foes at a world chess competition are Jeremy Trager as Anatoly and Courtney Crouse as Freddie.



Intrigue and a love triangle take place at two world chess championships with Jeremy Trager as Anatoly, the Soviet Union contender; John B. Leen as Molokov, Anatoly’s second; Maggie Portman as Florence, the center of the love triangle and Freddie’s second; and Courtney Crouse, as the United States contender. Photo credit: Johnny Knight


Jeremy Trager as Anatoly plays the Soviet Union contender in the world championship match, who becomes involved with Florence, played by Maggie Portman, as the American with Hungarian descent.




Maggie Portman plays the central character of Florence, the center of a love triangle at world championship chess tournaments between Freddie, played by Courtney Crouse and patterned after the American world champion Bobby Fisher, and Anatoly, the Russian.

 
Jeremy Trager as Anatoly, Maggie Portman as Florence and Courtney Crouse as Freddie.

Man of La Mancha

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Danielle Brothers as Cervantes/Don Quixote

Anthony Apodaca as Sancho, Sarah Hayes as Aldonza and Danielle Brothers as Cervantes/Don Quixote

Danielle Brothers as Cervantes/Don Quixote and Anthony Apodaca as Sancho

Anthony Apodaca as Sancho, Sarah Hayes as Aldonza and Danielle Brothers as Cervantes/Don Quixote

The Taming of the Shrew


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Jenny Lamb as Katherine (Kate), Jeremy van Meter as Petruchio and Mikey Vines (front) in one of his many roles.

Jenny Lamb as Katherine (Kate), the “shrew.”

Jeremy van Meter as Petruchio and Jenny Lamb as Katherine (Kate).

Ryan Jarosch as Grumio and Steve Gensler as Lucentio

Evita


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Jeremy Trager as Juan Perón and Maggie Portman as Eva Perón (Evita)



Maggie Portman as Eva Perón and Jeremy Trager as Juan Perón

Jeremy Trager as Juan Perón, Maggie Portman as Eva Perón and Chris Damiano as Che Guavera.

Maggie Portman in her Jeff Award-winning role as Evita.

Jacques Brel’s Lonesome Losers of the Night


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Jenny Lamb as the prostitute and Chris Damiano as Man 1 (a sailor) in his Jeff Award-winning role.

Eric Martin as Man 2 (a sailor) and Jenny Lamb as the prostitute.

Jenny Lamb as the prostitute and Jeremy Trager as the bartender.

The four-member cast, from left, Jeremy Trager, Chris Damiano, Jenny Lamb and Eric Martin.


© Eric Martin, Ericmchicago


© Eric Martin, Ericmchicago

Belle Barth: If I Embarrass You, Tell Your Friends

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Bethany Thomas in her Jeff Award nominated role as Belle Barth

Bethany Thomas in her tour de force performance as the raucous Belle Barth

Bethany Thomas as Belle Barth with Gerald H. Bailey as Pop and pianist.

Kevin Brown, drummer, Bethany Thomas as Belle Barth and Courtney Crouse as the many men in Belle’s life.