Civvies

THE CIVVIES ARE POSTPONED!!


Due to inclement weather, we have moved the Civvies to Saturday, February 22 at the Children's Creative Center.

All reserved tickets will be moved to 2/22. Please feel free to contact the office with any questions

2018-2019 Season Civvies

***NEW DATE February 22, 2020 ***


Tickets are FREE, but space is limited, so reserve yours now by clicking HERE.

Voting for the majority of categories can be done by clicking the ballot link below.

Additional categories will be decided via LIVE voting at the event (you must be present to vote). Live voting will be 7:00-7:30 on 1/18/2020


BALLOT VOTING IS OPEN!

Click HERE to vote now!


Mark your calendars! The Ann Arbor Civic Theater Civvie Awards will be taking place Saturday, January 18, 2020 at The Children's Creative Center. In order to help you get ready for this fabulous event, we will be sending you some snapshots from the shows of the 2018-2019 A2CT season (see the complete list of shows HERE, make sure to scroll all the way to the bottom).


To kick things off, let's start with the first show from last season, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. "Based on the 1988 movie of the same name, this hysterical musical comedy with a delightfully jazzy score lets audiences tag along to the French Rivera, and see what happens when two lifelong con men realize one small French town isn't big enough for the both of them. A wager about who can swindle $50,000 from an American heiress first leads to a con artistry one-upmanship that will keep you laughing the whole way through."

Promo photo featuring cast members: Dominic Seipenko, Hannah Sparrow, and Timothy Ziegler


The show, with music and lyrics by David Yazbek and book by Jeffrey Lane, premiered on Broadway in 2005. The production team of A2CT's version was led by director Glenn Bugala, assistant director David Widmayer, music director Joseph Daniel, choreographer Rachel Francisco, and stage manager Lisa Gavan. Production manager Patricia Mazzola, set designer Leo Babcock, set builder Gregg Blossom, properties designer Aaron C. Wade, costume designer Molly Borneman, sound designer Ed Rutkowski, and marketing liason Roy Sexton rounded out the production team. The cast included: Timothy Ziegler (Lawrence), Dominic Seipenko (Freddy), Hannah Sparrow (Christine), Rob Roy (Andre), Zoe Van Slooten (Jolene), and Jessica Terlep (Muriel). Emily Courcy, Brittany Davenport, Lily Gechter, Grace Davis, Kendra Holt, Matt Praschan, John Tramp, Eric VanWasshnova, and Kris Wright made up the ensemble.


Arts at Michigan said "A2CT's production included impressive props, set designs and scene changes," and "Dominic Seipenko dominated as Freddy/Ruprecht, embodying the crass character greatly in his grand numbers 'Great Big Stuff,' and 'All About Ruprecht.'"


Thanks for reading! Keep an eye out for another show spotlight email from Ann Arbor Civic Theater and get ready for a fantastic night at this year's Civvies!