SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER
Based on the Paramount/RSO Film and the story by Nik Cohn
Adapted for the stage by Robert Stigwood in collaboration with Bill Oaks
North American version written by Sean Cercone & David Abbinanti
Featuring songs by The Bee Gees
Arrangements, orchestrations and additional music and lyrics by David Abbinanti
October 5-28, 2023
8 PM Thursdays-Saturdays
Additional performances 2 PM Sunday, October 15 and 2 PM Sunday, October 22.
Based on the 1977 film that became a cultural phenomenon, this electrifying show is packed with legendary hits from the Bee Gees, classic disco tracks, and new original songs. Burn, baby, burn!
Tony Manero: Drew Mizell
Stephanie Mangano: Sara Rae Womack
Monty: Alexander Johnson
Candy: Jade Hillery
Bobby: Riley Dunn
Annette: Lindsey Grojean
Pauline: Maggie Nold
Frank Manero, Sr.: Matt Anderson
Flo Manero: Kay Love
Frank Manero, Jr.: Bryce Miller
Linda Manero: Nadja Kapetanovich
BEHIND THE SCENES
Directed by Justin Been
Box Office/Will Call opens 1 hour prior to performance. Tower Grove Abbey is a “general seating” theatre. The receipt from tickets purchased online will act as your entry ticket until you check in at the Box Office.
All tickets are non-refundable. Individual tickets are not exchangeable. Any tickets that are not picked up by ten (10) minutes prior to curtain will be released to waiting customers.
Subscribers may exchange tickets up to 48 hours in advance of a performance. Missed subscriptions that are not addressed within 24 hours will not be able to be exchanged.
The 10/22 performance will be Audio Described by MindsEye.
Audio Described performances are suitable for audience members who are blind or partially sighted.
Please note that if you are interested in participating in the audio description of this performance you will need to call the Box Office to order your ticket. Please announce that you would like to also reserve a pair of headphones for the Audio Description.
The 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, and 10/27 performances will be presented with ASL interpretation by students from Southwestern Illinois College.
ASL interpreted performances are suitable for audience members who are Deaf, deafened, or have hearing loss. They can also be valuable for people who are learning ASL.