CMC Theater’s spring musical the delightful `Two By Two’ |

CMC Theater’s spring musical the delightful `Two By Two’

Staff Report

If you enjoyed “Godspell” and had fun at “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” you will absolutely love “Two By Two,” Colorado Mountain College Theater’s latest offering.

This spring musical opens Friday, April 25, in the Calaway Academic Building at the Spring Valley Center and runs April 25-27 and May 1-2. Curtain time for all evening performances is 7:30 p.m. The Sunday, April 27, performance is at 2 p.m.

This delightful Richard Rodgers musical takes a light-hearted look at the story of Noah and the Ark and the trials and tribulations of his wife, three sons and daughters-in-law. It’s a perfect show for the entire family.

What really makes “Two By Two” come to life is a sparkling cast headed by veteran actor Bob Moore as Noah. Returning to the CMC stage from last season’s “Footloose” are Timothy Wright as Japheth, Gerald DeLisser as Ham, Erika Toler as Goldie and vocal director Ruthie Parrish as Leah.

New to CMC Theater, although not to valley audiences, are Camille Toler as Noah’s wife, Ester, and David Miller as Shem.

This talented group of performers is joined by instrumental director Laurel Little and musicians Ashton Taufer, Rilley Anderson and Karin White, and by stage manager Vicky Butler, costume designer Dixie McClenahan and director Cristine Aronson.

The opening night performance will be followed by a complimentary dessert reception catered by Village Inn.

Reserved seating tickets are available at CMC Glenwood Springs, Carbondale and Spring Valley. Tickets are $10 for students and seniors, $12 for adults.

Each ticket bought in conjunction with Glenwood Springs High School’s production of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” will be given a $2 discount.

For more information and to reserve tickets over the phone, contact Tom Cochran, producer, at 947-8252.

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