Gypsy: Classic Broadway Musical From Atlanta Lyric Theatre
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The last date listed for Gypsy was Sunday July 1, 2012 / 2:00pm.
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Gypsy will star local stage actress Ingrid Cole as Rose. Winner of the 2010 Suzi Bass Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical, Ingrid has previously appeared at The Lyric in The Pirates of Penzance, The Music Man, Cinderella, and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Other regional credits include Menopause the Musical, Motherhood the Musical, See What I Want to See, and A Catered Affair.
Also starring in Gypsy is Atlanta Lyric Associate Artistic Director Alan Kilpatrick as Herbie. Winner of the 2007 Suzi Bass Award for Featured Actor, Alan has appeared at The Lyric in The Music Man, Hairspray, The Will Rogers Follies, and Anything Goes. Additionally, Alan has directed Grease, Rent, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, and The It Girl for The Lyric. Alan is best known for his portrayal of Rev. Mervin Oglethorpe in Smoke on the Mountain, Sanders Family Christmas, and Mount Pleasant Homecoming at Theatre in the Square.
The cast also features Jill Ginsberg (Louise_), Alison Brannon Wilhoit (June_), Tucker Weinmann (Tulsa_), Karen Hebert (Tessie Tura_), Marcie Millard (Mazeppa), Kathleen McCook (Electra), Alyssa Payne (Baby June), Emerson Steele , John Schmedes, Caroline Freedlund, Evan Weisman, George Deavours, Elijah Marcano, Allen Hill, Brett Cooper, Priscilla Curtis, Courtney Bowers, Becca Potter, Julia Alcorn, Chris Lewis, Ian Baxter, and Aaron Carter.
About the Ticket Supplier: Atlanta Lyric Theatre
Atlanta Lyric Theatre, Atlanta’s only local professional musical theater company, was formed in 1980 by Tedi and Robert Langdon and Sally Knap as the Southeastern Savoyards, a repertory theatre company dedicated to presenting the works of Gilbert and Sullivan. The company’s first production, Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Mikado, was performed at Emory University in December 1980. Later, the company’s productions were moved to the Marist School, the 14th Street Playhouse, Center Stage Theater, and then to the Robert Ferst Center for the Arts on the campus of Georgia Tech where the company’s main stage performances were produced for seventeen seasons.