Timber Lake Playhouse (TLP) closes its 2012 season with a stunning collection of compositions of songs from Rodgers & Hammerstein with the show, Some Enchanted Evening. The final production will feature favorite song selections that audiences will love from Oklahoma!, The King and I, The Sound of Music, South Pacific and many others.
Guest Artist Samantha Dubina returns to TLP to perform in this special production. Dubina has been seen in TLP productions for the last 5 years, including White Christmas, All Shook Up, Church Basement Ladies and The 25th Annual Putnam Spelling Bee. She said she is excited to be a part of the upcoming production because “the music is beautiful and it’s been such a long time since I’ve been in a show that’s almost all choral singing.” Dubina resides and in Chicago, performing with theatre companies such as Griffin Theatre, Bailiwick Rep, Northbrook Children’s Theatre, Metropolis Performing Arts, Noble Fool Theatricals, and Bailiwick Chicago, where she serves as Casting Administrator. In the fall, Sam will be playing Rachel Jackson in the Midwest Premiere of Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson.
Some Enchanted Evening will also feature newcomer Melissa Griffith from Oklahoma City. She recently received a Kennedy Center Commendation for Distinguished Achievements in Vocal Arrangements for Flipside: The Patti Page Story. Rounding out the small cast will also include TLP residents Henry McGinniss (Ren in Footloose), Dryden Meints (Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls), Analisha Santini (Bertha in Boeing Boeing) and Kyle Brazel (Willard Hewitt in Footloose) who performs and music directs the production.
Some Enchanted Evening performs August 16-26. Performances are at 7:30pm, Tuesday through Saturdays and there are 2pm matinees on Sunday and Wednesday. New this season, there is also a Saturday matinee performance on opening weekends at 2pm. Tickets are available through the box office during regular business hours, 11am – 6pm daily, at 815-244-2035. Timber Lake Playhouse is located at 8215 Black Oak Road, Mount Carroll.
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