Sondheim musical Company at KAS

Kelowna Actors Studio brings swinging New York to life in Stephen Sondheim's Company.

  • Mar. 21, 2014 1:00 p.m.

Kelowna Actors Studio presents Stephen Sondheim’s musical play, Company.

Set in a swinging New York City, Company follows perennial bachelor Robert (played by Nathan Flavel), a commitment-phobic bachelor, on the occasion of his 35th birthday as his five quirky married couple friends gather to celebrate and offer varying degrees of relationship advice both full of joys and pitfalls.

Only Bobby can find the answer in this witty and piercing emanation of matrimony.

The show’s many Sondheim standards include “Company,” “Side by Side by Side,” “The Ladies Who Lunch,” “Another Hundred People,” “Barcelona” and “Being Alive.”

The production is directed and choreographed by award winning artistic director Randy Leslie and music director Roslyn Frantz.

Stephen Sondheim’s award-winning musical Company stars Kelowna Actors Studio alumni and newcomers (in alphabetical order) Laura Benty (as Susan), Ryan Buehler (as Paul) ,Tyler Cernak (as Peter), Becky Field (as Amy), Nathan Flavel (as Robert), Delphine Litke (as Sarah), Mac Mackay (as David), Brandon Shalansky (as Harry), Karen Shale (as Jenny) Janice Sorestad (as Joanne), Mark Sorestad (as Larry), Katia Wells-Green (as Kathy), Denise Wolfe (as April) and Lyndsey Wong (as Marta).

Showtimes

Wed-Sunday at  8 p.m. with Sat  Matinees at 1 p.m. from March 26 to April 12 at Kelowna Actors Studio, 1379 Ellis St.

Tickets $54 or including a 4four-course plated dinner from $89.

 

 

 

 

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