The Money Box

The Money Box

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An all-new musical that brings Molière into the swinging '60s!

New Orleans’ own Ricky Graham brings to the Loyola stage The Money Box, an exciting and all new musical adaptation of Moliere’s The Miser.

Midas Harpagon is the notoriously stingy owner of the Bourbon Street club, The Money Box. His lively children long to escape his control and marry the love of their choice. Will love (or the love of money) prevail? This musical updating of Molière’s The Miser, is set in New Orleans in the swingin’ 1960s.

The Money Box is sure to be a foot stomping evening in Loyola’s Marquette Theatre with book and lyrics by Ricky Graham and Sean Patterson and music by Jefferson Turner.

Total performances: 7

Adam Davis.... Anselmo *
Ashley Osbourn.... Rosalie *
Blaine Simon.... Lieutenant Simon *
Bobby Cheramie.... Harpagon *
Kaiti Christine Davis.... Bernadine *
Kaleb Babb.... Val *
Kali Russell.... Elise *
Logan Faust.... Clay *
Nickolas Moore.... Jacques *
Sarina Suydam.... Claudette *
Shelby Kirby.... Marianne
Vanessa Onstad.... Mercedes
*=featured role

Ricky Graham ....  Director
Laura Chapman ....  Choreographer
Jefferson Turner ....  Musical Director
David Gold ....  Stage Manager
Georgia Gresham ....  Artistic Director
Reiley Morgan ....  Makeup Design
Natalie Kratochvil ....  Assistant Director
Geoffrey Hall ....  Scenic Designer
Natalie Csintyan ....  assistant stage manager
Robert Self ....  Lighting Designer
Kellie Grengs ....  Costume Designer
C. Patrick Gendusa ....  Marketing Coordinator
Kaleb Babb ....  Costume Shop Assistant

Notes: The Money Box will run in the Marquette Theatre at Loyola University, 6363 St. Charles Avenue, 2nd Floor, on
March 8, 9, 14, 15, 16 @ 8:00 PM
March 10 @ 6:00 PM
March 17 @ 2:00 PM

Main Season Tickets:
Tickets: $12 General Admission, $8 Students, Children
and Senior Citizens
Group Rates Available for all Productions
Call 865-2074 for Ticket Information
Department of Theatre Arts and Dance, 865-3840
Record created by: FrancesGrem

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