Best of Broadway: Musical Hits Sung by Bonnie Littleton and Jonathan Quesenberry
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An absurdist tragicomedy originally published in 1960, The Caretaker was Nobel Prize-winning writer Harold Pinter's first major success. Frequently likened to Samuel Beckett's classic Waiting for Godot, The Caretaker revolves around the mentally challenged Aston, the fast-talking tramp he invites to stay with him, and Mick (Aston's younger brother, housemate and caretaker). The Caretaker stands as a prime example of Pinter's masterful ability to mix darkness, humor and humanity. For this Imago Theatre production, Jerry Mouawad directs Allen Nause in the lead role. Learn More
This revue of well-loved Broadway music includes hits by Lerner and Loewe, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Stephen Sondheim, and a finale from Les Miserables.
Bonnie Littleton began performing in musical theater in the San Francisco Bay Area at the age of 18. She most recently performed with Lakewood Theater Company in Oliver (Old Sally). Credits include My Fair Lady, Oklahoma, The Sound of Music, Finian's Rainbow, Anything Goes, and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. Her favorite role is one of her first, Julie Jordan (Carousel). She also has sung in many Broadway revues.
Jonathan Quesenberry is a graduate of Warner Pacific College with a degree in Music Theory/Composition. He has performed with Broadway Rose, Clark College, Warner Pacific College, CoHo Theatre, Blue Parrot, and recently appeared in Magenta's production of She Loves Me. Favorite roles include Nicely-Nicely (Guys and Dolls), Captain Hook (Peter Pan), Prince Dauntless (Once Upon a Mattress) and Franz Liebkind (The Producers).