It’s a feel good show

     (AAPNW-MI)  Opening Friday, March 11 at 8:00 pm at the Center Stage Theatre in Midland, “The Full Monty” is a musical comedy about taking charge of your life and following your dreams.

      Based on the book by Terrence McNally, this adaption of the 1997 hit movie, tells the story of six laid-off and dispirited steelworkers, frustrated with life, women, and work.  Despite their lack of looks and dancing ability, they agree to earn some quick cash by performing together on stage as male dancers and in the process find the courage to overcome their individual demons.

      Cast members are:  Adam Gardner of Auburn, Parker Bradford of Bay City, Josh Reames of Freeland, Wendi Johnson of Sanford, Paul Viele of Vassar, and these Midland residents:  Kyle Bagnall, Cara Baker, Jason Baker, David Clayton, Denyse Clayton, Allan Fitzgerald, Kevin Kendrick, Jessica McFarland, Valerie Padgett, Susie Polito, Alex Rapanos, Sonja Roden, Marci Rogers, Tim Tarbell, Dan Tempas and Trena Winans-Bagnall.  Under guidance of Susan Hearn, the Score is by David Yazbek along with the Musical direction by Jim Hohmeyer and Choreography by Kelli Jolly.

     For tickets, call 989.631.8250 or 800.523.7649 or Other performance dates are: March 12, 17-19, 25 and 26 at 8:00 pm, as well as a 3:00 pm matinee on Sunday, March 13.  Note: Contains adult language and situational partial nudity.

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