The Beverly Theatre Guild presents

Book by John Weidman—Music by David Shire – Lyrics by Richard Maltby, Jr.

Director Josh Penzell, Musical Director George Machay, Choreographer Taryn Herman

 

Be a part of the audience as the 1987 hit movie bursts on stage in this vibrant, tuneful and touching musical.  Frustrated adolescent Josh wishes he was “big” and wakes up the next morning as a man to discover there is much more to being an adult than he first thought – learning that we all grow up at our own pace and time.

 

All performances at the Beverly Art Center, 2407 W 111th Street, Chicago

 

Production Dates:

 

Tickets:

Friday April 20, 8:00 p.m.

 

Price: $20

Saturday April 21, 8:00 p.m.

 

Groups of 20 or more: $17 each

Sunday April 22, 2:00 p.m.

 

Purchase Through the BAC Box Office:

 

 

    by telephone: 773-445-3838

 

 

    through web-site: http://www.beverlyartcenter.org/

 

 

    in person at: 2407 W 111th St, Chicago

 

Questions?  Call us at 312-409-2705 or email us at beverlytheatreguild@juno.com

 

Cast:

Chicago cast members: David Bell of (Ravenswood) as Adult Josh; Eric Galvin (Morgan Park) as Young Josh; Gerron Jordan (Beverly Woods) as Derek; Mary Kelly (Beverly) as Cynthia; Nissa Harvey (Beverly) as Susan’s Friend; Meg Massaro (Beverly) as Billy’s Mom; Jennifer Stuart (Old Town) as Susan’s Friend; Wayne Wendell (Beverly) as Paul; Maura Manahan (Morgan Park); Liz Temple (Morgan Park) Kelson Bain (Pullman).

Orland Park cast members: Kelly Carevic and Marty Donovan.

Oak Lawn cast members: Shea Pender as Billy; Reagan Pender; Elise Harrigan; Nicole Pembroke.

Evergreen Park cast members: Becca Allpow, Colin Allpow, Matthew Allpow, and Kim Brines.

Mokena cast members: Brian Leo as Mr. Macmillan; and Megan Leo.

Also: Nora Jones of Crown Point (IN) as Miss Watson; Tobi Lowrance of Oak Forest as Susan;; Laurie Videka Krizka of Homer Glen as Mrs. Baskin; Julie Zebleckis of Bolingbrook;  Bianca Minniti of Burr Ridge; Treasur Wright of South Holland; Michael Hager of Woodridge, Ian McCafferty of Burbank.