Director Adam Carlson led his cartoonish cast through this stylized romp, aided and abetted by choreographer Amanda Kennedy. The talented cast featured Jeff Kennedy, exhibiting some of his award-winning versatility we enjoyed last summer in The 39 Steps. Kayla Green and Erin Biel reveled in their 50's gal stereotypes. Brian Farnum's beautiful voice was a highlight. Andrew Snyder was appropriately "Major" and Ian Henretty brought his boyish charm - and newly trained tap-dancing feet — to the stage. Rachel Mender as the dreaded "Zombina" was a hoot as she subjugated the men with her impressive voice-power.
This show is nothing but FUN - nostalgic for those of us who actually watched 50's TV - and fun for kids, too. (A little sexual innuendo, but fine for older kids.) Over the Ledge is very affordable, too: adult $10, senior $8, and student $6
(btw, there's a Willow road closure just before you get to Grand Ledge. Saginaw to M-100 is the clear route. Its well worth the drive - and it's beautiful in Fitzgerald Park; come early; bring a picnic.
8pm Thur/Fri/Sat; 2pm Sun.