Pump Boys and Full Monty Are On Summer Slate of Mason Street in MI

News   Pump Boys and Full Monty Are On Summer Slate of Mason Street in MI Leaders of Mason Street Warehouse (MSW), the professional resident theatre in downtown Saugatuck, MI, announced two of their three titles for summer 2009.

The season begins June 26–July 19 with Terrence McNally and David Yazbeck's musical comedy The Full Monty, about Buffalo steelworkers who put on a strip show to earn money. MSW's artistic director Kurt Stamm directs and choreographs the portrait of male friendship.

Chris Blisset, previously seen at Mason Street Warehouse in 2005, returns to lead the troupe of the musical Pump Boys and Dinettes, a country-fried revue, July 24-Aug. 9. Larry Tobias is the guest director.

The third and final show will be announced in April. It's scheduled for Aug. 14-30 and is billed as a "hot musical" that "has just completed extremely successful runs in New York and Chicago and is currently finishing up its U.S. national tour."

MSW will hold auditions in New York City, Chicago, Grand Rapids, Ann Arbor, Kalamazoo and Saugatuck.

Mason Street Warehouse is a professional Equity, non-profit 501(c) 3 theatre. Tickets go on sale in early spring. For more information call (269) 857-4898 or visit www.masonstreetwarehouse.org.