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Set in The Big Apple, a small-town girl sets her sights on “making it big on Broadway”. Following her trials and tribulations from chorus line to star. An uplifting homage to 1930s musicals in which talented performers from the musical “Dames At Sea” are cast into turbulent waters as their theatre is destroyed and romances jeopardized. The play must go on and the performers prospect for an alternative venue and find one in a battleship.

By George Haimsohn and Robin Miller.

Director: Rod Maxwell

Choreographer: Maureen Shone

Musical Director: Christina James

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Theatre Location

Sheridan Hall Theatre


Mona Kent: Judy Frow, Gail MacKay
Joan: Maria Gordon, Lucy Lawlor
Hennesey: Geremy Vincent
Ruby: Carol Frederickson, Sonja McGirr
Dick: Robin Williams, Desmond Wycks
Lucky: Brian Grist
The Captain: Steve MacDonald

Chorus: Andy Alexander, Britt Atchison, Donna Bernhardt, Valerie Boyce, Debra Button, Cherilyn Clark, Christy Eaglesham, Cari Fallis, Eileen Ferguson, Mark Ferguson, Janet Hayward, Vernon Hiller, Shelley Hines, Kym Huffman, Glyn James, Alina Janiszewski, Tracy Jobe, Dianne Kay, Douglas Klopp, Karen MacDonald, Steve MacDonald, Shannon McCraney, Joanne Miziolek, Kevin Nelson, Marianne Nugent, Anna Olivieri, Nancy Pataki, Linda Randle, Nancy Sinning, Nello Virdo, Steve Wilbee, Kathy Woodcock, , Christine Zimmerly


Dames At Sea, Theatre Sheridan, musical theatre

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Theatre and Performance Studies


Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design


Department of Visual and Performing Arts

Original Citation

Maxwell, R. (Director). (1983, March 2 – 19). Dames at sea [Theatre Performance]. Oakville: Theatre Sheridan.

Dames at Sea, March 2 – 19, 1983



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