Nordstrom will play Chuck Baxter, an office worker on the rise with a conveniently located apartment. Kelly will portray lovesick secretary Fran. Michael Hamilton will direct the production that reflects the original 1968 version of the musical that has a score by Bacharach and David, and a book by Tony Award-winning playwright Neil Simon. Performances will run through Aug. 15.
Promises, Promises will also feature Richard Pruitt (Dr. Dreyfuss), Michael Halling (J.D. Sheldrake), Patrick Martin (Karl Kubelik), Edward Juvier (Mr. Dobitch), April Strelinger (Sylvia Gilhooley), David Schmittou (Mr. Kirkeby), Ellen Isom (Ginger), John Flack (Mr. Eichelberger), Lisa M. Ramey (Vivien Della Hoya), Darrel Blackburn (Jesse Vanderhof), Abbey Elliott (Miss Kreplinski/Miss Polansky), Maria Tholl (Company Nurse/Helen Sheldrake), Borris York (Company Doctor), Kari Ely (Peggy Olson), Nic Thompson (Waiter), Mark Roland (Bartender Eugene), Sarah Staker (Ms. Ross), Brandi Wooten (Marge MacDougall), Andrew Laudel, Borris York and Lisa Campbell Albert.
The production will have choreography by Dana Lewis, musical direction by Lisa Campbell-Albert, scenic design by Mark Halpin, costume design by John Inchiostro, lighting design by Matthew McCarthy and orchestral design by Stuart M. Elmore.
Here's how Stages St. Louis describes the show: "Adapted from Billy Wilder’s 1960 Oscar-winning film 'The Apartment,' Promises, Promises focuses on a rising executive, Chuck Baxter, who tries to curry favor with his superiors by letting them borrow his apartment for romantic trysts. Set in the Mad Men era of Manhattan’s Madison Avenue, Promises, Promises remains slick, hip and timeless."
For tickets phone call (314) 821-2407 or StagesStLouis. Performances take place at The Robert G. Reim Theatre in Kirkwood, MO.