Description

A football musical set in the Roaring Twenties at Tait College and explores young love, college popularity, football, and making the grade. Tom Marlowe, a football star with negligible marks at Tait College must pass the grade in order to play in the upcoming game and falls in love with his tutor, Connie Lane.

By Laurence Schwab & B. G. DeSylva, done in a cabaret style.

Director: Rod Maxwell

Choreographer: Maureen Shone

Musical Director: Don Graves

Publication Date

4-19-1979

Production Year

1978/1979

Theatre Location

Sheridan Hall Theatre

Cast

Bobby Randall Sr.: Chris Gibson
Sally: Nancy Webster
Slats: John Douglas Lee
Millie: Sheila Beausoleil
Flo: Cyd Craig
Babe O’Day: lole Fabbro
“Beef” Saunders: Michael Mattina
“Pooch” Kearney: Gregory Lipton
Cora Johnson: Chris Spear
Tom Marlowe: Tim Gammon
Patricia Bingham: Deborah Ann Worobec
Sylvester: Barry Smitheram
Constance Lane: Cathy Kinsman
Bobby Randall: Darryl Thistel
Charlotte Kenyon: Sue Walton

Chorus Sue Campkin, Chuckie Clark, Anna Cuschieri, Christine Falaleeff, Debbie Haddad, Mayilyn Hood, Ann Jackson, Jan Kruchak, Cheryse LaRocque, Greg Lawson, Katherine MacKenzie, Kim McGrath, Ginny Metcalfe, Shirley Mills, Andrea Nicol, Shelley Park, Maxine Passer, Wendy Pawson, Ross Perego, Janice Romagnoli, Marion

Schwan, Lizza Sendzimir, Scott Shepherd, Paul Slingsby, Debbie Smith, Katheryne Stewart, Olwen Urquhart, Ted Waleski, Marty Wallace, Virginia Wardell, Karen Willis, Kim Worobec, Mary-Lu Zahalan

Keywords

Good News, 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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Original Citation

Maxwell, R. (Director). (1979, April 19 – 28). Good news [Theatre Performance]. Oakville: Theatre Sheridan.

Good News, April 19 – 28, 1979

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