Producers Opry Entertainment (Steve Buchanan, Sally Williams) and Fox Theatricals (Kristin Caskey, Mike Isaacson), in conjunction with Dallas Theater Center, have announced complete casting for the Dallas Theater Center’s World Premiere engagement of Moonshine: That Hee Haw Musical. It begins performances on Sept. 2 and runs through Oct. 11.
The musical features a score by multi-award winning artists Brandy Clark and Shane McAnally.
The world premiere cast will feature Justin Guarini, Rose Hemingway, Ken Clark, Ryah Nixon, Rob Morrison, Kevin Cahoon, and PJ Benjamin, with an ensemble that includes Mackenzie Bell, John Campione, Travis Coombs, Leslie Flesner, Julie Johnson, Kate McMillian, Harris Milgrim, and Adam Perry.
With a book by Robert Horn, direction by Gary Griffin and choreography by Denis Jones, the creative team also includes Tony Award-winner John Lee Beatty (set design), Mara Blumenfeld (costume design), Philip Rosenberg (lighting design), Tony Award-winner John Shivers (sound design), Tara Rubin (casting), with musical supervision, arrangements and orchestrations by Tony and Grammy Award-winner Stephen Oremus. Nina Lannan serves as Executive Producer.
Tickets go on sale June 22. Ticket prices start at $18 and are available online at www.DallasTheaterCenter.org or by phone at (214) 880-0202.
Hilarious and downright irreverent, Moonshine: That Hee Haw Musical distills the spirit of an iconic television series and bottles it into an original musical comedy. Set in present day Kornfield Kounty, this highly anticipated show introduces a new generation of irresistible characters as it tells the story of Misty Mae, the ultimate hometown girl, who heads out to follow her dreams in the big city of… Tampa. When she returns home to introduce her slick city-boy beau to her friends and family, everything goes haywire!
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