The Actorsingers

 

Hello Dolly (1985)

Elm Street Junior High Auditorium
May 17-19, 1985

Book by Michael Stewart

Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman

Suggested by Thornton Wilder's "The Matchmaker"

"Hello Dolly" is presented by the Actorsingers by arrangement with Tams Witmark Music Library, Inc. New York, New York



Cast of Characters

(In Order of Appearance)


Mrs. Dolly Gallagher Levi Dianne Albright

Ambrose Kemper Mike Kutter

Horace Vandergelder Ed Wall

Ermengarde Kim Karam

Cornelius Hackl Gene Bombara

Barnaby Tucker David L. Olmstead

Minnie Fay Karen Morgan

Irene Molloy Lisa G. Clark

Ernestina Kerry Schneider

Rudolph Tom Camp

WAITERS Walter R. Albers, Moe Coutu, Ben Dibble, Richard A. Lehrer, Linnea McAllister, Donna O'Bryant, Bob Santagata, Wayne Tomacchio, Shawn Tumpney

Stanley Bob Santagata

Waiter #1 Shawn Tumpney

Waiter #2 Wayne Tomacchio

Policeman #1 Moe Coutu

Policeman #2 Nadine Ivester

Judge Jim Freedman

CHORUS Walter R. Albers, Lisa Albright, Catherine Andruskevich, Linda Annis, Sandra Bates, Kathy Browne, Tom Camp, Florence Demers, Ben Dibble, Joy Douville, Jim Freedman, Georgia Gancarz, John Gancarz, Nadine Ivester, Pauline Landrigan, Richard A. Lehrer, Karen Lewis, Linnea McAllister, John Nogowski, Donna O'Bryant, Linda Olmstead, Stanley Polan, Bob Santagata, Martha Scheibel, Maggie Schellenberg, Kerry Schneider, Gloria Smith, Andrea Swanson, Wayne Tomacchio, Shawn Tumpney, Kathleen Waters

DANCING ENSEMBLE Walter R. Albers, Lisa Albright, Moe Coutu, Nadine Ivester, Pauline Landrigan, Linnea McAllister, Donna O'Bryant, Linda Olmstead, Bob Santagata, Maggie Schellenberg, Wayne Tomacchio, Shawn Tumpney

CHILDREN Reuben Ackerman, Sarah Breveleri, Elizabeth Clarke-Pounder

Orchestra

Violin I James Johnston, Eric Klein

Violin II Richard Bienick, Carol Todaro

Viola Grace Cotton

Cello Amy LeBlanc

Bass Alyson Ciechomski

Woodwind I Gregory Hackney

Woodwind II Nicholas Goumas

Trumpet I Thomas Palance

Trumpet II Daniel Nolan (Fri. & Sun.), Martin Schwartz (Sat.)

Trombone I Roy Campbell

Trombone II Eric Winslow (Fri. & Sun.), Don Wallin (Sat.)

Percussion Stephen Michaud

Keyboard James Boucher

Guitar/Banjo Robert Daniels

Acknowledgments

Nattagan's

Patriot Pub

Charlene's Flower & Gift Shoppe

Hetzer's Bicycle Shop

Norm's Hardware

Duhamel Inc.

Osgoods

Dick Lehrer

Business in the Arts

The Ackermans

St. Joseph's Hospital

Indian head Nat'l Bank

Nashua Symphony Assoc.

Little Shoe Store

Act I Video, Inc.

Party-Time, Inc.

McQuade's Inc. of Nashua & Manchester

Production & Technical Staff

Production Managers Robin MacDonald, Lori Jeffrey

Accompanist Jim Boucher

Stage Manager/Set Designer Kathy Raby

Technical Assistants Charles Leray, David Arendash, Donald Jeffrey

Stage Carpenters David Arendash, Charles Leray, Bob Gottlieb, Joel Dutton, Don Dempster, Rick Giguere, Donald Jeffrey, John McAllister, Warren Tomasian, Duff Browne, Walter Albers, Shirley Coutu, Ted Karam, and John Boggia of Lexington Ridge Builders, Inc.

Scenic Artists Janet Christie, Beth Chadbourne, Tom Scarpelli, Laurie Chadbourne, Wayne Tomacchio, Donna Raby

Lighting Design Richard F. Giguere

Stage Electricians David Adler, Don Dempster, Liz Winters, Matt Goldworm, Laurie Chadbourne, Paul Schellenberg, Ann Callahan, Donald Jeffrey, Peter Brady

"Bar-tenders" Brian Landrigan, Ray Tackett

Properties Sue Morin, Rick Caron, Rita Marchand

Costume Design & Wardrobe Margaret Tamulonis

Costume Committee Joyce Jennings, Raelene Liljeberg, Lorraine Graham, Linnea McAllister, Pauline Landrigan, Sue Morin, Carl Andruskevich, Shirley Coutu, Margaret Tamulonis

Make-up Suzanne Paling, Dianne LaFrance, Tim Finnegan, Carl Andruskevich, Ann Dahlinger

Hair Design Steve & Regina from Stephen Marx Hair Salons

Publicity Kathy Raby, Julia Breveleri, John T. Liljeberg, Sandra Bates, Wayne Tomacchio

Tickets Betty Badeau, Dan Pelletier, Margaret Tamulonis

Patrons

Drive Chairperson Kathy Raby

Ticket Chairpersons Betty BadeauMargaret Tamulonis

Photography Ray Tackett, Donald Jeffrey, Peter Brady

Program Linnea McAllister, Pauline Landrigan

Ads Dan Wallace

Membership Linnea McAllister

Mailing List Peter Brady

Hall Refreshments Dan Pelletier

House/Concessions Sally Trombley, Chairperson; Yvonne Freedman, Mary Wall, John and Raelene Liljeberg, Frank and Lorraine Graham

Auditioning Board Shirley Coutu, Chairperson; Tim Robinson, Bob Narkunas, Debra Gunning, Sally Trombley, Anne S. Harvey, Julie Lyman

Newsletter Brian Landrigan

Editor's Note: Not Listed were

Director Timothy W. Robinson

Music Director Robert Narkunas

Choreographer Debra Gunning

Synopsis of Scenes and Musical Numbers

ACT I

Scene 1 GRAND CENTRAL STATION, New York City - the 1890's

"Call On Dolly" Ensemble

"I Put My Hand In" Dolly

Scene 2 VANDERGELDER'S FEED STORE, Yonkers, New York

"It Takes a Woman" Vandergelder, Cornelius, Barnaby, Customers

Scene 3 YONKERS RAILWAY STATION

"Put On Your Sunday Clothes" Dolly, Cornelius, Barnaby, Ermengarde, Ambrose, Ensemble

Scene 4 MRS. MOLLOY'S HAT SHOP, New York City

"Ribbons Down My Back" Irene Molloy

"Motherhood March" Dolly, Irene, Minnie Fay, Vandergelder

"Dancing" Dolly, Cornelius, Barnaby, Irene, Minnie Fay

Scene 5 14TH STREET PARADE, New York City

"Before the Parade Passes By" Dolly, Ensemble

ACT II

Scene 1 NEW YORK CITY STREET/Harmonia Gardens Exterior

"Elegance" Irene, Minnie Fay

Scene 2 HARMONIA GARDENS RESTAURANT

"Waiters' Galop" Waiters

"Hello Dolly" Dolly, Rudolph, Waiters

"Contest Polka" Dancing Ensemble

Scene 3 COURTROOM

"It Only Takes A Moment" Cornelius

"So Long Dearie" Dolly

Scene 4 VANDERGELDER'S FEED STORE, Yonkers, New York

"Finale" Ensemble

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