RIDE THE CYCLONE: THE MUSICAL
Book, Music, & Lyrics by Jacob Richmond and Brooke Maxwell
Additional Material by Alan Schmuckler
December 1-17, 2022
8 PM Thursdays-Saturdays
Additional performances 8 PM Sunday, December 11 and Wednesday, December 14.
The lives of six teenagers from a Canadian chamber choir are cut short in a freak accident aboard a roller coaster. When they awake in limbo, a mechanical fortune teller invites each to tell their story to win a prize like no other — the chance to return to life. A funny, moving look at what makes life worth living.
Mischa Bachinski - RILEY DUNN
Ocean O'Connell Rosenberg - EILEEN ENGEL
Ricky Potts - STEPHEN HENLEY
Noel Gruber - MICHAEL HODGES
Constance Blackwood - GRACE LANGFORD
Jane Doe - DAWN SCHMID
THE AMAZING KARNAK as Himself
Director/Piano - LEAH SCHULTZ
Bass/Cello - MICHAELA KUBA
Guitar - ADAM RUGO
Percussion - JOE WINTERS
BEHIND THE SCENES
Directed by JUSTIN BEEN
Music Direction by LEAH SCHULTZ
Choreography by MICHAEL HODGES
Costume Design by EILEEN ENGEL
Sound Design by JACOB BAXLEY
Lighting Design by TYLER DUENOW
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.
Box Office/Will Call opens 1 hour prior to performance. Tower Grove Abbey is a “general seating” theatre.
The 12/11 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 12/2, 12/9, and 12/16 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.