Argyle Theatre’s Legally Blonde Begins July 11

Regional News   Argyle Theatre’s Legally Blonde Begins July 11
 
Antoinette DiPietropolo directs the Long Island production.
Kirby Lunn
Kirby Lunn

The Argyle Theatre's production of the Broadway musical Legally Blonde begins performances July 11 for a limited engagement through August 25 at the Babylon, Long Island, venue.

The production is directed and choreographed by Antoinette DiPietropolo with music direction by Jonathan Brenner. The principal cast features Kirby Lunn as Elle Woods, Jill Taylor Anthony as Paulette, Mollie Downes as Brooke Wyndham, Marie Eife as Vivienne Kensington, David Engel as Professor Callahan, Jamie Farish as the UPS Man, Jordan Litz as Warner Huntington III, and Tyler MiClean as Emmett Forrest, who are joined by animal companions Caesar as Bruiser and Stitch as Rufus.

Read: THE ORAL HISTORY OF LEGALLY BLONDE: THE MUSICAL–THE SEARCH FOR ELLE WOODS

The ensemble includes Harley Barton, J Ryan Carroll, Emily Chester, Tyler Dema, Courtney Fekete, Michelle Foard, Cassidy Ingram, Ashley Gale Munzek, Jennifer Oehlwein, Kwasi Perry, Michelle Rubino, Conor J. Stepnowski, Bryce Colby Vaewsorn, and Kate Zulauf.

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Based on the novel by Amanda Brown and the 2001 film of the same name, Legally Blonde has music and lyrics by Nell Benjamin and Laurence O’Keefe and a book by Heather Hach. The musical follows the transformation of Elle Woods as she tackles stereotypes and scandal in pursuit of her dreams.

The creative team also includes set designer FourthWall Scenic, costume designer Travis Chinick, lighting designer Travis McHale, sound designer Carlos Dias, wig designer Kurt Alger, and props designer Alison Savino. The technical director is Michael Kauffman, the production stage manager is Kellie McMenemon, and the assistant stage manager is Megan E. Coutts. The casting director is Michael Cassara, CSA.

(Updated July 11, 2019)

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