Summit Theatre Group lineup 2014

November 29, 2013 

Summit Theatre Group has released its lineup of shows for 2014 at a party Nov. 24.

Season tickets will be available online beginning Dec. 1 at Brown Paper Tickets and other outlets.

• Feb. 8 STG’s biggest fundraiser of the year – will be Light Up the World Musical Revue and Gala Fundraiser, Emaline Ballroom. A full dinner buffet, silent auction and the best musical entertainment in Lee’s Summit directed by Michael Dragen

• March 2 Oscar Night in Lee’s Summit, celebrate the Academy Awards with STG at the Emaline Ballroom with dinner, a live broadcast, red carpet, Oscar ballots and trivia.

March 28-29 and Apr. 4-6

“Boeing Boeing,” directed by Adam Arterbridge, MCC Longview, is a comedy One bachelor in the 1960s and his fiancé . . . and his fiance . . . and his fiance . . . all of whom are stewardesses on different airlines on different time schedules until one fateful day when they all land in New York at the same time.

June 26-28

“Seussical, Jr.” directed by Guy Gardner, Paradise Park, An all-youth musical comedy through some of Dr. Seuss’s favorite tales featuring performers ages 6 to 18 performing on the outdoor stage at Paradise Park.

Aug. 10

“Godspell” directed by Phyllis Balagna, Lee’s Summit Christian Church. The Book of Matthew set to a rock and roll score by Stephen Schwartz (Prince of Egypt, Pippin, Wicked) in cooperation with all the faith communities of Lee’s Summit.

Sept.12-13 & 19-21

“All My Sons,” directed by Adam Arterbridge, MCC Longview, The story of a man who deceives the Air Force about the quality of engines he installs in their planes and then must eventually face the consequences of what he has done. Partnering with Lee’s Summit Cares to promote positive character traits.

Dec. 4-7

“The Gifts of the Magi,” directed by Kristen Sullivan at Emaline Ballroom, a musical dinner theatre uses two of O’ Henry’s favorite short stories, The Gift of the Magi and The Cop and the Anthem, to create the perfect holiday musical experience.

Audition information will be released soon.

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