Description

In the post World War II era, two disillusioned Americans, while on a hunting trip in the Highlands of Scotland, stumble on a mysteriously anachronistic town tucked away from tourists. Brigadoon is apparently so remote that it isn’t even listed on their map. Their cynicism is mellowed by the simple joys of its happy citizens. But when the dark secret of Brigadoon is revealed to them, the two men react in wildly different ways. This beguiling musical boasts one of Broadway’s greatest scores with such hit songs as ‘The Heather on the Hill,’ ‘I’ll Go Home with Bonnie Jean, and ‘There But for You Go I.’. Music by Frederick Loewe. Book & lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner

Director: Marie Baron

Choreographer: Gillian Saunders-Herron

Musical Director: Christopher Mounteer

Publication Date

2-17-2009

Production Year

2008/2009

Theatre Location

Macdonald-Heaslip Hall, Sheridan

Cast

Charlie Dalrymple: Thomas Alderson
Stuart Dalrymple: Daniel Birnbaum
Jane Ashton: Kelly Boaz
Jeff Douglas: Michael Brockman
Jean MacLaren: Jen Budgell
Tommy Albright: Jason Clarke
Mr. Lundie: Wesley Colford
Aileene Beaton: Lili Connor
Katie MacQueen: Leah Coombs
Meg Brockie: Jacquelyn French
Fish Vendor: Janelle Gallant
Sandy Dean: Daniel Greenberg
Frank / Angus McGuffe: Adam Hobbs
Flower Vendor: Esther Huh
Andrew MacLaren: Ryan Jeffrey
MacGregor: Lucas Meeuse
Harry Beaton: Glen Mills
Vegetable Vendor: Paige Robson-Cramer
Maggie Anderson: Marie-Claude Sarault
Fiona MacLaren: Jen Shaw

Ensemble
Katherine Ballantine, Kelly Boaz, Jonathan Cullen, Genevieve Dulfour, Janelle Gallant, Vaughan Harris, Esther Huh, Anna Hurshman, Derek MacDougall, Wade Muir, Emilee Nimetz, Nicole Power, Paige Robson-Cramer, Phil Skala

Sword Dancers
Lucas Meeuse, Glen Mills, Wade Muir, Daniel Greenberg, Vaughn Harris, Phil Skala

Bag Piper
Brian Hutchison

Understudies
Fiona MacLaren: Paige Robson-Cramer, Jean MacLaren: Anna Hurshman

Keywords

Brigadoon, Theatre Sheridan, musical theatre

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Disciplines

Theatre and Performance Studies

Faculty

Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design

School

Department of Visual and Performing Arts

Files

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Creative Commons License

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License.

Original Citation

Baron, M. (Director). (2009, February 17 – 28). Brigadoon. [Theatre Performance]. Oakville: Theatre Sheridan.

Brigadoon, February 17 – 28, 2009

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