Non-Equity H2$ Tour To Begin in Fall

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The national tour of How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying may have ended, but a second tour -- this one non-Equity -- will go out in the fall, staring first at West Point, NY, Sept. 27.

The national tour of How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying may have ended, but a second tour -- this one non-Equity -- will go out in the fall, staring first at West Point, NY, Sept. 27.

The Big League Touring tour of H2S will feature Jason Reiff as J. Pierrepont Finch. Reiff starred in the same company's Tommy tour.

Rosemary will be played Crystal Kachulis. Smitty will be Isabelle Decauwert (who played Mrs. Walker in the Tommy tour). Conniving Bud Frump will be played by Troy Pittman; Jordan Peck plays J.B. Biggley.

Songs in the Frank Loesser musical include "A Secretary Is Not A Toy" and "Brotherhood Of Man."

The official, Equity tour starring Ralph Macchio as Finch, finished its road run June 1 at Michigan's DeVos Hall. The current tour begins rehearsals Sept. 20 for a first performance Sept. 27 at Eisenhower Hall in West Point, NY. Here are other stops on the tour:
Sept. 28: Amherst, MA; Univ. Of Massachusetts PAC.
Oct. 1: Henderson, KY, Arts Alliance
Oct. 3-4: Clinton Township, MI, Macomb Center
Oct. 7-Oct. 19: Dayton, OH, Victoria Theatre.
Oct. 24-26: South Bend, IN, Broadway Theatre League
Oct. 28-30: Syracuse, NY, Famous Artists
Nov. 1: Benton Harbor, MI, Mendel Arts Center
Nov. 4: Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
Nov. 5: Grand Forks, ND, University of North Dakota
Nov. 7: Urbana, IL, University of Illinois
Nov. 8: Peoria, IL, Civic Center
Nov. 11: Decorah, IA, Luther College
Nov. 13: Ames, IA, Iowa State Center
Nov. 15: Carbondale, IL, Shryock Auditorium
Nov. 18: Maryville, MO, NW Missouri State University
Nov. 20: Manhattan, KS, McCain Auditorium
Nov. 21: Kansas City, MO, William Jewell
Nov. 22: Lawrence, KS, Lied Center

Jan. 9, 1998: Tallahassee, FL, Civic Center
Jan. 11: Fort Lauderdale, FL, Broward Community College
Jan. 13-14: Columbia, SC, Koger Center
Jan. 15: Winston-Salem, NC, Stephens Center
Jan. 16: Greenville, SC, Peace Center
Jan. 17: Athens, GA, Classic Center
Jan. 20: Blacksburg, VA, Virginia Tech
Jan. 22: Hickory, NC, Caldwell Community College
Jan. 24: Mansfield, OH, Renaissance Theatre
Jan. 27: Waco, TX, Hippodrome
Jan. 29: Nacogdoches, TX, Austin University
Jan. 30: Galveston, TX, Grand Opera House
Jan. 31: Harlingen, TX, Civic Center
Feb. 2: Lafayette, LA, Theatre League of LA
Feb. 6: Colorado Springs, CO, USAF Academy

March 1: Redding, CA, Sunset Productions
March 3: Medford, OR, Criterion
March 6: Bellingham, WA, Mt. Baker Center
March 7: Tacoma, WA, Broadway Center
March 8: Yakima, WA, Capitol Theatre
March 10: Boise, ID, IJA Presents
March 13: Great Falls, MT, Symphony
March 14: Billings, MT, Alberta Bair Theatre
March 16: Gillette, WY, Complex Center
March 17: Duluth, MN, Superior Ent.
March 18: Whitewater, WI, Young Auditorium
March 19: Manitowac, WI, Capitol Civic Center
March 21: Madison, WI, Madison Civic Center
March 22: Wausau, WI, Wausau PAC
March 23-29: East Lansing, MI, Wharton Center
March 31: Muncie, IN, Emens Auditorium at Ball State
April 2: Jasper, IN, Jasper Community Arts
April 3: Elyria, OH, Stocker Center
April 4: Akron, OH, E.J. Thomas Hall
April 5: Sandusky, OH, Sandusky State Theatre
April 6: Branford, Ontario, Canada, Sanderson Center
April 7-9: Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, Living Arts
April 11: North Bay, Ontario, Canada, Arts Center
April 13-15: Syracuse, NY, Famous Artists
April 17: Springfield, MA, Civic Center
April 18: New London, CT, Garde Center
April 19: Bayside, NY, Queensboro Community College
April 21: Williamsport, PA, Community Arts
April 22: York, PA, Strand PAC
April 23: Elmira, NY, Clemens Center
April 24: Wilkes-Barre, PA, Kirby Center
April 25: New Brunswick, NJ, State Theatre
April 26: Concord, NH, Capitol Theatre.

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