PHOTO CALL: Dee Hoty in Mame at Seattle's 5th Avenue Theatre | Playbill

News PHOTO CALL: Dee Hoty in Mame at Seattle's 5th Avenue Theatre
Broadway actress Dee Hoty is currently starring in Mame at The 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle.
Dee Hoty as Mame
Dee Hoty as Mame Photo by Chris Bennion

The production, which features Richard White (Kopit and Yeston's Phantom) as Beauregard, boasts a cast of 39 and more than 350 costumes designed by 2006 Tony Award winner Gregg Barnes. The company also includes Carol Swarbrick (as Vera Charles), 12-year-old Nick Robinson (young Patrick Dennis), Kat Ramsburg (Agnes Gooch), Ben Gonio (Ito), Seán G. Griffin (Dwight Babcock), Laura Kenny (Mother Burnside), Michael Winters (Mr. Upson), Taryn Darr (Gloria Upson), Matt Owen (older Patrick Dennis), Timothy McCuen Piggee (Lindsay Woolsey) and Karen Skrinde (Sally Cato).

According to press notes, Mame "tells the hilarious story of an eccentric socialite in the Roaring ‘20s who finds her madcap Manhattan lifestyle turned upside down when she is appointed guardian of her orphaned nephew. Auntie Mame takes him on one whirlwind adventure after another." The memorable Jerry Herman score includes such numbers as the title song, "If He Walked Into My Life" and "We Need A Little Christmas."

With its official opening night scheduled for Feb. 14, the musical will run through March 2. For more information visit

Below is a glance at the production's cast and lavish designs:

Dee Hoty and Richard White dance to the title song.

Dee Hoty and the ensemble

Dee Hoty and the party guests perform "It's Today."

Carol Swarbrick and Dee Hoty are "Bosom Buddies."

Carol Swarbrick, as Vera, announces the rising of the moon.

Timothy Gleason, Carol Swarbrick, Dee Hoty and Gabe Corey after "The Moon Song."

Dee Hoty urges Nick Robinson to "Open a New Window."

Dee Hoty and Richard White

Dee Hoty in the $30,000 "Passage to Shanghai" gown
by Seattle couture designer Luly Yang

photos by Chris Bennion

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