CHUBBUCK — Mystique Performing Arts and Events Center will present “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers,” the number one requested show, on most Fridays, Saturdays and Mondays from March 21 through May 10.
The production is being directed by David Walker, a veteran actor who has toured with Broadway and been a regular at Play Mill Theater in West Yellowstone.
Mystique’s “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” is a hilarious rendition of the classic tale six seven brothers who want to find a wife and are led by their misguided oldest brother Adam Pontipee starring Steven Winters, of Pocatello. Heading to town to find a wife he encounters the beautiful Millie, working hard and spunky as ever. Sharing the role of Millie are Sarah Jackson, of Blackfoot and a Play Mill veteran and recently starred as Dolly in ‘Hello Dolly’ at Mystique last spring, and Catherine Cessna of Blackfoot who recently stared as Glenda in Mystique’s Wizard of Oz last fall.
The brothers are Benjamin, played by Mitchell Bray of Chubbuck, Caleb played by Jerron Hansen of Pocatello, Daniel played by Logan Lindholm of Blackfoot, Ephraim played by Curtis Casperson of Inkom, Frank played by Adam Farnes of Pocatello , and Gideon played by Aaron Esclison of Pocatello. The unsuspecting and multi-talented brides are Dorcas; played by Hope Bailey of Pocatello. Ruth; played by Deanna Chambers of Pocatello. Liza; played by Emily Barfuss of Pocatello. Martha; played by Kayleigh Thompson of Chubbuck. Sarah; played by Shawn Ruth of Chubbuck, and the youngest bride Alice; played by Reba Bailey of Pocatello.
The show opens March 21 and plays most Mondays Fridays and Saturdays until May 10. Please go to our website at www.mystiquetheater.com or call the box office at 208-238-8001