Based on the Academy Award-winning 1954 MGM film by Stanley Donen, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers has music by Gene de Paul, lyrics by Johnny Mercer and a book by Lawrence Kasha and David S. Landay. Directed and choreographed by Sha Newman, the production will run through June 16.
In addition to Parris as Milly and Dvorsky as Adam, the cast will feature Alex Michael Stoll, Keely Beirne, Callan Bergmann, Sarah Blodgett, Scott Brateng, Jeff Howell, Ashley Kasunich, David Paul Kidder, Isabelle McCalla, Paul Palmer, Jonalyn Saxer, Brian Steven Shaw, Peter Matthew Smith, Gavin Stewart and Andrea Weinzierl.
The ensemble includes Jesse Carrey-Beaver, Max Clayton, Lucas Fedele, Mike Greer, Rodney Jackson, Connor McRory, Lucia Williams and Halle Surgil.
Here's how it's billed: "When she said her vows, Milly didn't know life with Adam would include six rowdy brothers-in-law as roommates. Now, her plans to marry them off may backfire when the rambunctious bachelors kidnap rather than court their brides-to-be. Based on the MGM blockbuster film, this audience favorite is filled with daredevil dancing and features an exhilarating score including 'Wonderful, Wonderful Day,' 'Love Never Goes Away' and 'Sobbin' Women.'"
The production has musical direction by Tom Helm and lighting design by John McLain. For tickets visit PittsburghCLO.org, or phone (412) 456-6666.