Evening PerformanceSelected Wednesdays
Thursday at 7:30pm
Friday & Saturday at 8:00pm
Matinees PerformancesTue., Wed., Thur.,
Saturday & Sunday at 1:00pm
Saturday Kid's Matinee,
May 10 - Sept 27 at 1:00pm
Brunch PerformancesSun. Brunch & Show 11:15am
Christmas Buffet & Matinee ShowTue. thru Sun. at 11:15am
Christmas Buffet & Twilight ShowDecember: Wednesday thru
Sunday Evenings - 5:30pm
one half hour
Happy days are here again with Richie, Potsie, Ralph Malph and the "king of cool" Arthur "The Fonz" Fonzarelli. The famed drive-in, Arnold's is in danger of demolition, so the gang teams up to save it. This family-friendly musical will have you rockin' and rollin' all week long!
HAPPY DAYS - A NEW MUSICAL
Book by Music & Lyrics by
Garry Marshall Paul Williams
Based on the Paramount Pictures television series "Happy Days"
Created by Garry Marshall
Arrangements and Orchestrations by
Originally produced at the Falcom Theatre, Burbank, CA
Produced and Directed by Garry Marshall
Ronny Hallin, Producer Kathleen Ward Marshall, Producer
Subsequently Prodcued for the Goodspeed Opera House by Michael P. Price, Executive Producer
Subsequently Produced for the Paper Mill Playhouse, Millburn, New Jersey
Subsequently Produced for the North American National Tour by
Bob Boyett, Nice Productions, Inc., McCoy Rigby Entertainment
CBS Corporation, Tom Miller adn La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts
|Approximate run time is 2 hours
including a 15 minute intermission.
|For invaluable contributions to the production,
The Allenberry Playhouse would like to thank:
|The videotaping or other video or audio recording
of this production is strictly prohibited.
|ARTHUR "THE FONZ" FONZARELLI||Roque Berlanga|
|RICHIE CUNNINGHAM||Michael C. Brown|
|MARION CUNNINGHAM||Dawn Trautman|
|HOWARD CUNNINGHAM||Robert Gadpaille|
|JOANIE CUNNINGHAM||Anya Fetcher|
|WARREN "POTSIE" WEBBER||Todd Zehrer|
|RALPH MALPH||Sheldon Rogers|
|CHARLES "CHACHI" ARCOLA||Jeremy Michael Lagunas|
|PINKY TUSCADERO||Grace Bennett|
|ARNOLD DELVECCHIO||Ryan Roets|
|LORI BETH ALLEN / CALENDAR GIRL||Michaela Coplen|
|COUNT MALACHI / ENSEMBLE||Patrick Detloff|
|ELVIS / JUMPY / ENSEMBLE||Calvin D. Malone|
|TINA / CARHOP / CALENDAR GIRL||Casey Weems|
|LOLA / CARHOP / CALENDAR GIRL||Caitlin Evans|
|CALENDAR GIRL / NERD GIRL||Lynn O'Shaughnessy|
|TOUGH GUY / LEOPARD / MALE ENSEMBLE||Justin Parker|
Grace Bennett (Pinky Tuscadero): is delighted to be making her Allenberry debut. Favorite previous roles include Laurey (Oklahoma!), Penny (Hairspray) Maureen
understudy (RENT) and Jennie May (The Diviners). An Ohio native she now calls The Big Apple her home. Thanks to God, her family, friends, and everyone at
Roque Berlanga (Arthur Fonzarelli): This is Roque's eighth season at Allenberry and third year as Artistic Director at the Berry. Happy to call the Berry home, Roque also serves as the Managing Artistic Director of APTC, the non-profit young artist theatre conservatory, for the past five years. A California native, Roque studied acting at California State University of Stanislaus. Roque also has trained with the Steppenwolf Theatre Company, and The Second City. Prior to Pennslyvania, Roque was Manager/ Learning Specialist of Northern California for Starbucks Coffee Company for seven years. Favorite Regional Theatre credits include: All Shook Up (Dennis), Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (Rosencantz), Into the Woods (Jack), A Funny Thing … Forum (Hero). Select directing credits include: High School Musical, King and I, Camelot, Footloose, Buddy, 13, Always...Patsy Cline, Bye Bye Birdie, and Guys and Dolls. Special thanks to Sis, Mom, Dad, Rosie and "The Family" for all their love and support.
Michael C. Brown (Richie Cunningham): is so very happy to be back "home" for HAPPY DAYS. He has been seen here at Allenberry in many shows with some brilliantly talented actors. His favorite roles here were My Fair Lady (Ensemble), Footloose (Willard) and of course the famed Murder Mystery Weekends! In the past two years since leaving Allenberry, Michael performed around the world on Celebrity Cruises and has just finished up a short stint in Colorado performing the beloved Forever Plaid (Sparky). He would like to thank the entire Allenberry staff, his loving family and of course "Pup"
Michaela Coplen (Lori Beth Allen/ Calendar Girl): is a junior at Carlisle High School. She has appeared on the Allenberry stage as Gabriella in High School Musical, Lucy in You're a Good Man Charlie Brown, Pennywise in Urinetown, and Zoe in The Lion That Would Be King. Other favorite roles include Rosie Alvarez in Bye Bye Birdie and Miss Adelaide in Guys & Dolls (CHS). She would like to thank her parents for letting her miss school as well as the cast and crew of Happy Days for their help and support.
Patrick Detloff (Count Malachi/Ensemble): is very excited to be joining Allenberry for the first time. He just finished a six month journey with Princess Cruise Lines on the Caribbean Princess and he is very relieved to be permanently on dry land again. Other favorite credits include Chad in "All Shook Up" at Bigfork Summer Playhouse, Fred/Petruchio in "Kiss Me Kate" directed by Terrence Mann, and Sky Masterson in "Guys and Dolls". Feel free to visit his website www.PatrickDetloff.com
Caitlin Evans (Lola/Carhop/Calendar Girl): is so happy to be back "home" at the Berry. Recent credits : CHICAGO and The Sound of Music with Allenberry, Pippin with Legacy Theatre, Peter Pan with Tacoma Playhouse and Hello Dolly! with Amish Acres. She is a graduate of Ball State University in Indiana with a BFA in Musical Theatre. She sends love and thanks to her wonderful family. Enjoy the show!
Anya Fetcher (Joanie Cunningham): after receiving a BFA in Musical Theatre from Western Illinois University, Anya returned to her hometown of St. Paul, MN to pursue her performance career. She spent last fall on stage at Cedar Point in Sandusky, OH, and is thrilled to be performing again, this time at Allenberry. Some of her favorite past shows include All Shook Up (Natalie), Phantom (Christine), Cabaret (Lulu/Gorilla), and Reefer Madness (Ensemble). An enormous thanks to Mom, Dad, and Adam for giving me the strength to go after my dreams!
Robert Gadpaille (Howard Cunningham): is a professional actor based out of Colorado; his work at The Allenberry this season will also include the roles of Harold in The Full Monty, and Daddy Warbucks in Annie. Favorite roles in his 30+ years of performing around the country include Tevye (Fiddler On The Roof), Archibald Craven (The Secret Garden), Julian Marsh (42nd Street), and Dan Goodman (Next To Normal). When not performing, Bob is a professional woodturner and custom furniture builder. As always, Bob would like to thank his family for their love and support.
Jeremy Michael Lagunas (Charles "Chachi" Arcola): is thrilled to be apart of the Allenberry Season! A Colorado native, he currently resides in NYC and was most recently seen Off-Broadway in Berenstain Bears Live! Some past credits include: Tombstone: The Musical, Ampersand, Summer of '42, Hello, Dolly!, Urinetown and four national tours with ArtsPower touring company. Jeremy is also a dedicated improv performer. He would like to thank his mother (his biggest fan), his family and friends, and his dog, Zeke, who is his best critic. www.thejeremymichaellagunas.com
Calvin David Malone (Elvis/Jumpy/Ensemble): is ecstatic for his debut season at the Allenberry Playhouse. Regional credits: Damn Yankees (Joe Hardy), The Wizard of Oz (Tin Man), Little Women (John Brooke), Cinderella with Jodi Benson (Ensemble), High School Musical (Jason), The Music Man (Constable Locke/ Ensemble). Calvin holds a BFA in Musical Theatre Performance from Belmont University. He is an alumni of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. He was born to Joy and David Malone, and was raised in Owensboro, KY. He is a voice student of Marjorie Halbert and Dennis Jewett.
Lynn O'Shaughnessy (Calendar Girl/Nerd Girl): is excited to be acting at the 'Berry again. She has previously been seen in Nunsense, Hello Dolly!, Mistletoe Magic, and The Little Mermaid. Lynn was raised in North Carolina and attended school at Greensboro College. She has also had the privilege of acting at the Berkshire Theater Festival, Trumpet in the Land, and the Raleigh Little Theater. Thank you to all my family and friends for their continued love and support!
Justin Parker (Tough Guy/ Leopard/Ensemble): is thrilled to make his Allenberry Playhouse debut in HAPPY DAYS. He is originally from Rocky Mount, NC and is proud Alumni of AMDA New York. Justin's regional credits include Hairspray (Duane/Ensemble). Other theatre credits Man of LaMancha (Sancho Panza), Footloose (Williard Hewitt). He would like to thank God, family and friends for all their love and support.
Ryan Roets (Arnold Delvecchio): is pleased to be returning to Allenberry for HAPPY DAYS. A graduate of North Carolina School of the Arts and resident of NYC, Ryan's credits include: Regional; Hello Dolly with Allenberry, Floyd Collins, Assassins, Les Miserables. NYC; Annie Get Your Gun for Ravinia, Happy's Funeral, Live! Nude!Girl!. Film; Crimson Red (Sun dance), Eyeborgs, Rockstar Games Stuntman. Ryan is elated to play Arnold for you. www.ryanroets.com
Sheldon Rogers (Ralph Malph): is thrilled to be enjoying his first Summer at Allenberry Playhouse! He graduated with a BA in Musical Theatre from Catawba College in North Carolina. Previous regional credits include multiple seasons at Hersheypark and American Music Theatre. Other favorites: Burrs in The Wild Party, Neal Tilden in The 1940s Radio Hour, and Harry Druggist in The Cradle Will Rock. Much love to family and friends for the support. Enjoy the show!
Dawn Trautman (Marion Cunningham): played Mrs. Tottendale in the first New York City revival of The Drowsy Chaperone, a production that won four New York Innovative Theater Awards including Best Musical. Favorite regional credits include the Queen in Cinderella, Mrs. Smith in Meet Me in St. Louis, and Doatsy Mae in Best Little Whorehouse. She has also danced in productions of Anything Goes, Music Man, and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Offstage (and sometimes backstage!) she is a national board certified life coach. www.DawnTrautman.com
Casey Weems (Tina/Carhop/Calendar Girl): is delighted to be a part of HAPPY DAYS after performing as Peggy in The Andrews Brothers. Although she hails from Orlando, Florida, she has performed with the Bigfork Summer Playhouse in Bigfork, Montana and toured with the National Theatre for Children through Texas and Oklahoma last fall. Favorite past roles include Kate (Kiss Me, Kate), Sheila (A Chorus Line) and Roz (9 to 5.) Last May, Casey graduated Magna Cum Laude from Western Carolina University with her BFA in Musical Theatre under the direction of Terrence Mann. She is humbled to be living her dream through every show! www.caseyweems.com
Todd Zehrer (Warren "Potsie" Webber): Originally from the Chicago area, Todd now resides in NYC. Most recently he performed in the Off-Broadway and National Tour productions of Pinkalicious: the musical. Regional credits: All Shook Up, Guys and Dolls, Into the Woods (Grandstreet Theatre) Training: Millikin University. Todd is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA. Thanks to everyone at The Berry, friends, family, Natalee and Meatball the cat. Todd-Zehrer.com @Toddigus on Twitter.
William Asher (Music Director): is thrilled to be joining the Allenberry Playhouse. Bill was resident music director for the Seacoast Repertory Theatre, in Portsmouth, NH. Some favorite shows he has played include: Rent, All Shook Up, and Cabaret. He has also been a music director for the Ogunquit Playhouse, Prather Entertainment Company, and The Rochester Opera House. In 2009, he was keyboardist and synthesizer technician for the first national tour of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. In 2011, Bill composed the musical score for the stage productions of Tuesday's With Morrie and Dracula.
Roque Berlanga (Artistic Director): This is Roque's eighth season at Allenberry and third year as Artistic Director at the Berry. Happy to call the Berry home, Roque also serves as the Managing Artistic Director of APTC, the non-profit young artist theatre conservatory, for the past five years. A California native, Roque studied acting at California State University of Stanislaus. Roque also has trained with the Steppenwolf Theatre Company, and The Second City. Prior to Pennslyvania, Roque was Manager/ Learning Specialist of Northern California for Starbucks Coffee Company for seven years. Favorite Regional Theatre credits include: All Shook Up (Dennis), Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (Rosencantz), Into the Woods (Jack), A Funny Thing … Forum (Hero). Select directing credits include: High School Musical, King and I, Camelot, Footloose, Buddy, 13, Always...Patsy Cline, Bye Bye Birdie, and Guys and Dolls. Special thanks to Sis, Mom, Dad, Rosie and "The Family" for all their love and support.
Jason Bolen (Scenic Designer): Scene Design/Scenic Artist credits include Cortland Repertory Theatre, Schoolhouse Theatre (NY) Allenberry Playhouse (PA), West Virginia Public Theatre, Weathervane Playhouse(OH), Weston Playhouse (VT) Virginia Musical Theatre. In New York City: 59E59, Manhattan Theatre Source, Lehman College Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. www.jbolendesign.com
John Cincioni (ATD/ Master Carpenter): graduated with his BFA from UNC- Greensboro in Drama with a concentration in Technical Production focusing on Technical Direction. He is excited to be making his debut at Allenberry. All his love goes back home to his parents in Charlotte, NC for all their support over the years. Now just sit back, relax, and enjoy the show.
Justine Curran (Scenic Charge): is so excited to be returning to Allenberry for the 2013 season. Past credits at the Berry include Smokey Joe's Cafe, The 39 Steps, A Candidate for Murder and A Boogie Woogie Christmas. Prior to Allenberry Justine was a freelance scenic artist in the Philadelphia area and completed projects such as the tour of La Cage (Proof Productions) and Annie (Surflight Theatre). She would like to thank her friends and family for all their support and send all her love to the cast and crew for a wonderful show!
Chanda Curtis (Deck Chief): is excited to be returning for her second season with us. She was the lighting and sound apprentice last year and has come back to be our deck chief. Chanda comes to us from Tennessee and has her degree in Early Childhood Education from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. She has worked in several road houses in Tenn. and did freelance lighting designs. Chanda is proud to be part of the Allenberry family.
Dann Dunn (Choreographer) : has created and maintained award-winning works as a Director/Choreographer, Associate, or Dance Captain around the world. Credits include Madison Square Garden, Broadway National/European tours, Cruise Lines, Television, and Regional credits including Walnut Street Theatre, New Candlelight Theatre, The Kimmel Center, Ritz Theatre, Prather Entertainment, Weathervane Repertory Theatre, Arden Theatre, and Bucks County Playhouse. Contributing choreographer for The X Games, National Liberty Museum, Playboy TV, Circus Circus Las Vegas, and The Red Cross. DannDunn.net
Melissa Dvozenja-Thomas (Managing Director): is thrilled to return to Allenberry for the 2013 season! This is Melissa's fourth year at Allenberry and second year as managing director. Past Allenberry credits include Sisters of Swing, Nunsense, Footloose, Over the River… , Not Now Darling , Becoming Santa, Snow White. Melissa is a graduate of Greensboro College in North Carolina with a BA in Acting and BA in Music Performance. Melissa worked as a featured singer/dancer in showcases in New York and North Carolina. Love and thanks to the everyone at the 'Berry, my family and Moose.
Gary Marshall (Book): is a veteran producer, director and writer of film, television and theatre.After graduating from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, he went on to create, write and produce some of television's most beloved sit-coms, including Happy Days, Laverne & Shirley, Mork & Mindy, and The Odd Couple. Other plays he's written include, Shelves, The Roast, co-written with Jerry Belson and Wrong Turn at Lungish with Lowell Ganz. He has directed 16 movies, among them are Valentine's Day, Pretty Woman, Beaches, Overboard, and The Princess Diaries 1&2. In 1997 Mr. Marshall built The Falcon Theatre in Burbank with his daughter, Kathleen, where Happy Days A New Musical was developed. He loves working in this magical business, playing softball and spending time with his 6 grandchildren.
Dennis W. McKeen (Director): is very excited to be working with Allenberry Playhouse for the first time. He is equally as excited to be directing " Happy Days" for for the second time. Dennis does call home Cornwells Dinner Theatre, were he and Top Hat Productions, which he is producer and owner, have been for 13 years. Dennis has directed over 60 productions with Cornwells Dinner Theatre. Top Hat Productions is located in SW Michigan, which Dennis and his family hale called home for many many years. In addition to directing, Dennis has been a professional actor, Many favorite roles include: the comic in A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline, Applegate in Damn Yankees, Owen Musser in The Foreinger, just to mention a few. Always his guiding light: his beautiful wife Holly, my rocker- Kenny, my muscle man Gregg and his skateboard freak Bailey.
Lila McMillan (Master Electrician): is looking forward to her first season at Allenberry playhouse as master electrician. She is originally from Concord,NC and is a proud alumni of UNC Charlotte. Lila's regional electrician credits include Barefoot in the Park. Other theatrical electrician credits include Top Dog Underdog, Assassins, Nocturne, India Song, and Cloud 9. She would like to thank her friends and family for their love a support.
Jennifer Murphy (Props Master): this is Jennifer's first season here at Allenberry. She is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown. Recent credits include: R.U.R and The Truth Quotiant, both with the Ressonance Ensemble, and The King and I with the Harbor Lights Theatre co. She would like to thank her grandparents for all their love and support. Break legs everyone!
Justin Partier (Lighting Designer): is a New York City based Lighting Designer Recent Designs: Postcard from Morocco (Opera), Spring Awakening (Nassau Community College), Aftermath (Meryln Theater Melbourne Australia), Kiss Me Kate (Merry Go Round Playhouse) A Midsummer Nights Dream (Schloss Werdenberg – Buchs SG, Switzerland), Resident Designer at West Virginia Public Theater 2009 & 2010, As well as numerous lighting and assistant design credits worldwide. He received his MFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. justinpartierlightingdesign.com
Tobias Peltier (Technical Director): is thrilled to join the Allenberry family this season. Hailing from a little beach town in Southern California, Tobias learned his trade in Los Angeles. Tobias has had the pleasure to be involved in productions that have won Tony Awards, Drama Desk Awards, and Ovation Awards. His most recent project "Ted Neeley and the Little Big Band" is set to tour this Spring. Special thanks to his wife Miriam. Tobias is a proud member of Actor's Equity Association.
Sam P. Silva (Sound Designer): is from Ohiopyle, Pa. He attended College at California University of Pennsylvania, where he matriculated with a B.A. in theatre. His regional credits include two seasons at The Barn Theatre in Augusta, Mi.; Carolina Actors Studio Theatre in Charlotte, N.C.; and Greenbrier Valley Theatre. He would like to thank his parents, Dr. Michael Slavin, and Prof. Malcolm Callery, for their continued support and guidance. He also sends a special thank you to Mr. Andrew E Thomas Jr. and Mr. Jere Heinze, for their continued diligence in regards to the improvements of the sound department.
Bryce Turgeon (Costume Designer/ Shop Manager): recently graduated with a B.F.A in Theatre Design and Technology from Viterbo University. Favorite design credits there include A Funny Thing. . .Forum, Secret Garden, 25th Annual. . . Spelling Bee. A native of New Orleans, he has designed both costumes and wigs for various regional theatres there. During the summer months, Bryce is one of the resident Wig Designers at Merry Go Round Playhouse in Auburn, New York. Thank you Roque and the Heinze family for this great opportunity. Love to Nikki for being my rock.
Andrew Edward Thomas, Jr. (Production Manager): is pleased to serve as Production Manager for this ground breaking season here at the 'Berry.' A Connecticut native, Andrew journeyed to North Carolina where he attended Greensboro College and received a BA in Theatre.He would like to thank the Production Team for all of their hard work in bringing magic to the productions you see before you. Andrew appreciates each and everyone of you. Many thanks to the management team for their support as we journey through the season together. Love to Cougar, MIL, and Bub. "If we chase perfection we can catch excellence."-V. Lombardi
Ryann Willard (Wardrobe Supervisor/Stitcher) : is a costumer who calls Chesnee, SC home. She was most recently found at Jenny Wiley Theatre in KY as a Costume Designer, Wardrobe Supervisor, and Costume Shop Manager for The Legend of Sleep Hollow and A Christmas Carol. Other credits include Grease, HONK!, and The Marvelous Wonderettes at Jenny Wiley Theatre and the Papermill Touring Children's Theatre Summer 2011 at the North Country Center for the Arts in NH. She graduated from Plymouth State University with a BA in Costume Design
Paul Williams: is an Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe winning Hall of Fame songwriter and President & Chairman of the Board of ASCAP. Recognized as one of America's most gifted lyricists and composers, Paul's standards, which include, "We've Only Just Begun", "Rainy Days and Mondays" and "You and Me Against the World" have been recorded by a dizzying array of artists. "The Rainbow Connection" from The Muppet Movie, is one of two songs that grace the American Film Institute's list of the top movie songs of all time; the second, "Evergreen," is from the award-winning remake of A Star is Born. Additional song scores include the cult favorite Phantom of the Paradise and Ishtar, as well as The Muppet Christmas Carol, the Emmy nominated A Muppet Christmas: Letters To Santa, Emmet Otter's Jugband Christmas now adapted for the stage, and Gary Marshalls' theatrical sensation Happy Days A New Musical. While publicly lauded for his work as a songwriter, performer, actor and humanitarian, Paul considers his son, Cole and daughter, Sarah, to be his best work
Kate Wilson (Production Stage Manager): is very excited to be back at The Berry for her third season as the production stage manager of the playhouse. Originally from Michigan, Kate graduated with a BFA in Production Design from Michigan State University. Regional Theatre credits include: Footloose (Allenberry), Buddy (Allenberry), Hello Dolly! (Allenberry), Chicago (Allenberry), 13! (APTC), A Streetcar Named Desire (BSC), Carousel (BSC), The Pajama Game (Cortland Rep), Brigadoon (Cortland Rep), An Infinite Ache (Williamston), This Wonderful Life (Williamston). Kate dedicates all of her work to her dad, Dave Wilson.
Welcome to our 2013 season!
It truly is "A Universe to Inspire" this season at Allenberry. Our season is full of productions that have never been produced here in our rich 69 year history, our conservatory (now in its sixth season) continues to inspire close to 400 young artist's, our resort is on the brink of embarking on a new business venture, and our commitment to the highest quality live theatre has never been stronger.
In 2013, we plan to continue to bring you artistic offers that have never been produced here at The Berry. In spring, our Rep season will kick off mid May and we could not be happier to bring you, the regional premiere of Happy Days: A New Musical in Rep with The Full Monty. Come to The Berry and see the Fonz one day and the very next see our boy's strip down to their Full Monty's. Summer will bring you an old family favorite with that cute little orphan Annie and for the first time ever here at The Berry, Hairspray. We can't wait to welcome you back to the 60's. The fall lineup will also offer a new schedule with A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline in Rep with the suspense thriller Wait Until Dark. Finally, like we always do in fall, we will offer you two original works with our annual Murder Mystery Weekend and our heartfelt Christmas Show.
With so many new adventures taking wing here on property, I am often
reminded of the words of Walt Disney:
"Somehow I can't believe there are any heights that can't be scaled by a man who knows the secret of making dreams come true. This special secret, it seems to me, can be summarized in four C's. They are Curiosity, Confidence, Courage, and Constancy and the greatest of these is Confidence. When you believe a thing, believe it all the way, implicitly and unquestionably."
I would like to thank each and every one of you for supporting live theatre, and of course, thank you to the Heinze Family for all you do to keep this artistic heritage alive in the heart of Central Pennsylvania for the past 69 years.
This year, more that ever, I truly believe that through the performing arts, we all can continue to have a universe to inspire.
Dream. Believe. Dare. Do.
|HAPPY DAYS, A NEW MUSICAL - May 8 - June 23, 2013|
|Happy days are here again with Richie, Potsie, Ralph Malph and the "king of cool" Arthur "The Fonz" Fonarelli. The famed drive-in, Arnold's is in danger of demolition, so the gang teams up to save it. This family-friendly musical will have you rockin' and rollin' all week long!|
|THE FULL MONTY - May 21 - July 7, 2013|
|A group of unemployed steel-working men frustrated with life, women and work decide that regardless of looks, ability or anything else, they are going to be the best Chippendale strippers Yorkshire has ever seen.|
|ANNIE - July 10 - August 11, 2013|
|Leapin' Lizards! This multi– Tony award winning musical is positively charming. Little orphan Annie and her pal dog, Sandy, will have you grinning from ear to ear as she inspires us all.
|HAIRSPRAY - August 14 - September 8, 2013|
|You Can't Stop the Beat in this big, eight time Tony Award winning, Broadway musical. Tracy and the gang will have you bopping to the Baltimore Beat of the 1960's with big hair, big moves and tons of hairspray!|
|A CLOSER WALK WITH PATSY CLINE - September 9 - October 27, 2013|
|Follow Patsy as she climbs to stardom from her hometown in Virginia to The Grand Ole Opry, Las Vegas and Carnegie Hall! Twenty of her bestknown songs make this show a treat for viewers of all ages.|
|WAIT TILL DARK - September 24 - November 7, 2013|
|Good versus evil is here in the form of a blind heroine versus three evil crooks. This thrilling play will have you sitting on the edge of your seat in suspense.|
|ALLENBERRY CHRISTMAS SHOW - November 13 - December 23, 2013|
|Each year we present an original story (written just for Allenberry!) filled with laughter, music, and holiday cheer! Come celebrate the holidays with us!|