La Cage aux FollesReturn

Composer Jerry Herman Lyricist Jerry Herman Librettist Harvey Fierstein Producer Bay Area Musicals  [Website] Description La Cage Aux Folles centers around Georges and his lover Albin, who stars as Zaza at their St. Tropez drag nightclub, "La Cage aux Folles”. Albin is the club's star female impersonator while Georges is the club's Master of Ceremonies. Problems arise when Georges' twenty-five year old son, Jean-Michel, a result from a brief encounter years back, announces that he is engaged to Anne Dindon. Anne is the daughter of a well-known homophobic politician, Edouard Dindon. Anne's parents want to come and meet Jean-Michel's mother and father. Little do they know that Albin, a man, has essentially been Jean-Michel's mother figure his whole life. This scenario propels audiences into side-splitting laughter as well as teary-eyed moments of tenderness. La Cage Aux Folles is known as Jerry Herman’s best score; it includes such songs as “The Best of Times is Now”, “Song In the Sand”, “La Cage Aux Folles”, and “I Am What I Am”. Running Time 2:00 Performers Michael Campbell   [Albin]
Clay David   [Georges]
Joseph Alvarado   [Jacob]
Patrick Brewer   [Hanna]
Lavale Davis   [Mercedes]
Mary Gibboney   [Marie Dindon]
Christopher Juan   [Chantel]
Jack O'Reilly   [Jean-Michael]
Billy Raphael   [Francis/Renaud/Misc]
Michael Saenz   [Phaedra]
RJ San Jose   [Nicole]
Malakani Severson   [Monique]
Sarah Sloan   [Jacqueline/Renaud/Misc]
Cameron Weston   [Dindon]
Bessie Zolno   [Anne Dindon]
Creative Staff Matthew McCoy   [Director]
John Gallo   [Music Director]
Matthew McCoy   [Choreographer]
Kuo-Hao Lo   [Scenic Designer]
Brooke Jennings   [Costume Designer]
Joe D'Emilio   [Lighting Designer]
Julie Indelicato    [Sound Designer]
Lavale Davis   [Makeup Designer]
Christopher Juan   [Makeup Designer]
Jacqueline Dennis   [Wig Designer]
Clay David   [Properties Designer]
Production Staff Sam Sherry   [Assistant Director]
Andrew Abel   [Stage Manager]
Holly Staten   [Assistant Stage Manager]
Stewart Lyle   [Technical Director]

Victoria Theatre

2961 16th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103   Box Office:  (415) 340-2207


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