Directed and choreographed by Keith Andrews, the production plays the Vero Beach, FL, venue through Feb. 5 on the Stark Stage.
The cast comprises Newman as Jerry Lukowski, Joe Coots as Dave Bukatinsky, Brian Golub as Malcolm MacGregor, Tim Ewing as Harold Nichols, Jerome Harmann as Horse, Anthony Festa as Ethan Girard, Brooke Wilson as Georgie Bukatinsky, Maria Couch as Vicki Nichols, Diane J. Findlay as Jeanette Burmeister, Crystal Kellogg as Pam Lukowski, Todd DuBail as Buddy "Keno" Walsh, Michael Schiefer as Nathan Lukowski and Jeffrey C. Wolf as Teddy Slaughter with Rob McCaffrey, Jamal Lee Harris, Jay Lusteck, Vincent Ortega, Ann Burnette Mathews as Estelle Genovese, Erin Elizabeth Coors and Amber Carson.
Boasting a book by Tony Award winner Terrence McNally and a score by Tony nominee David Yazbek, The Full Monty (based on the 1997 movie) follows a group of downtrodden steel workers who devise a plan to become male strippers at a local club.
The design team includes music director Ken Clifton, scenic designer Cliff Simon, costume designer Lisa Zinni, lighting designer Richard Winkler, assistant lighting designer Julie Duro, sound designer Craig Beyrooti, stage manager Kyle Atkins and assistant stage manager Cassie Apthorpe.
Tickets, priced $36-$70, can be purchased by calling the Box Office at (772) 231-6990 or online at www.riversidetheatre.com.