Description

A comedic murder mystery about a modest shoe salesman who must transport his uncle’s embalmed body to Monte Carlo and pass him off as still living. If successful, the shoe salesman with receive six million dollars and if he fails the money will go to a charity…the Universal Dog Home of Brooklyn.

Book and lyrics by Lynn Ahrens. Music by Stephen Flaherty

Director: Rod Maxwell

Choreographer: Stephen Greig

Musical Director: Anthony Bastianon

Publication Date

4-12-2000

Production Year

1999/2000

Theatre Location

Sheridan Hall, Sheridan

Cast

Harry Witherspoon: Andrew Colbourne
Annabel Glick: Natalie Daradich, Jennifer Stewart
Rita La Porta: Linda Domenichini, Erin Mackie
Vinnie Di Ruzzio: David Lopez
Luigi Gaudi: Adrian Gorrissen
Dominique Du Monaco: Erin Heagle
M.C.: J.P. Baldwin
Landlady: Chilina Kennedy
Landlady Understudy: Robyn Sears
Spinster: Stephanie O'Brien
Lorry Driver: Chris Trussel
Punk: Ryan Wilson
Solicitor: Jamie Press
Bellhop: Mark Huculak
The Body: Heather Wilson
Company: Chris Trussel, Ryan Wilson, Jamie Press, Mark Huculak, Heather Wilson, Sarah Cornell, Cathy Current, Michelle Doyle, Jeremy Elder, Tanya Hagenberg, Mark Huculak, Chilina Kennedy, Gina Marshall, Stephanie O'Brien, Zipporah Peddle, Jamie Press, Robyn Sears, Chris Trussel, Ryan Wilson

Keywords

Lucky Stiff, 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

Maxwell, R. (Director). (2000, April 12 – 29). Lucky stiff [Theatre Performance]. Oakville: Theatre Sheridan.

Lucky Stiff, April 12 – 29, 2000

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