Gallery Players Wonderful Town, Starring Molly Pope and Laurie Sutton, Swings Into Brooklyn April 28 | Playbill

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News Gallery Players Wonderful Town, Starring Molly Pope and Laurie Sutton, Swings Into Brooklyn April 28 Molly Pope and Laurie Sutton are two sisters "Conquering New York" beginning April 28 in the Gallery Players production of the classic Broadway musical Wonderful Town.

Molly Pope
Molly Pope

Mark Haborth directs the classic about two sisters who get more than they bargained for when they move from Ohio to the heart of 1930's New York City. It has music by Leonard Bernstein, lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, and a book by Jerome Chodorov and Joseph A. Fields.

The Gallery Players production will run through May 20. Heather Siobhan produces.

Actress and acclaimed nightlife singer Pope portrays Ruth, opposite Sutton as Eileen. The company also includes Brian Bailey, Monica Bradley, Nathan Brisby, Ronn Burton. Mark Cajigao, Angela Dirksen, Brad Giovanine, A J Hughes, Maureen Kelley, Adam Kemmerer, Matthew Warner Kiernan, Maggie Marino, Alida Michal, Alex Pagels, Will Roland and Lindsay Sutton.

Here's how Wonderful Town is billed: "This delightful staple of the musical theatre canon is about the adventures and misadventures of two sisters who move from small-town Ohio to the bohemia of 1935 Greenwich Village. Eileen is gorgeous, sweet and an aspiring actress with men falling at her feet. Ruth, while a gifted writer, is average, brazen and has a talent for repelling gentlemen callers."

Kevin Lawson is musical director, with choreography by Elyse Daye Hart and Trey Mitchell. Costumes are designed by Jevyn Nelms, the set is designed by William Davis, lighting is designed by Scott Cally, the sound is designed by Josh Millican and the properties master is Sara Slagle.

For tickets call (718) 595-0547 or visit

The Gallery Players is located in Park Slope, Brooklyn, at 199 14th Street. Those in Manhattan can reach the theatre by taking the F train to 4th Avenue or the R train to 9th Street.

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