HALE CENTRE THEATRE PROUDLY PRESENTS:

WRITTEN AND CREATED BY

ROGER BEAN

MUSICAL AND VOCAL ARRANGEMENTS BY

ROGER BEAN, MICHAEL BORTH AND JON NEWTON

Presented by special arrangement with Stage Rights (www.stagerights.com)

The Andrews Brothers premiered at Milwaukee Repertory Theater.

Joseph Hanreddy, Artistic Director and Timothy J. Shields, Managing Director.

The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited.

PRODUCTION NO. 212

PRODUCTION STAFF & CREW

Producers & Casting Directors: David & Corrin Dietlein

Director: Cambrian James

Choreographer: Cambrian James

Music Director: Lincoln Wright

Costume Designer: Tia Hawkes

Lighting Designer: Boyd Cluff

Scenic Designer: McKenna Carpenter

Prop Master: Brittany Arwine

Sound Designer: Jackson Zyontz

Projection Designer: Boyd Cluff

Head of Carpentry: Kyle Webb

Carpenter: Michael Pratt

Costume Stitchers: Jacki Marin, Toni Anne Smith, & Celia Erickson

Set Painting Assistant: Liz de la Torre

Wigs & Makeup: Cambrian James

Stage Manager: Hunter Pennington

Audio Engineer: Jackson Zyontz & Jason Slayden

Assistant Stage Manager: Trevor Leavitt

CAST OF CHARACTERS

Peggy Jones: Michaela Montaño & Holly Payne

Patrick Andrews: Reece Harris & Kyle Webb

Max Andrews: Joey Morrison & Raymond Barcelo

Lawrence Andrews: Trevon Powell & Adam Guinn

BAND

Conductor / Pianist: Lincoln Wright

Trumpet: Michael Gurciullo

Trombone: Ken Levine

Bass: Stephen Tessier

Drums: Greg Slater

SCENES

The Andrews Brothers takes place backstage and onstage at a USO show on a small island in the South Pacific, 1945.

MUSICAL NUMBERS

ACT I:

Overture
Orchestration

Aloha `Oe/Morning Reveille
Orchestration

G.I. Jive
Patrick & Lawrence

Peggy, the Pin-Up Girl
Max, Lawrence, Patrick

Rosie the Riveter
Max, Lawrence, Patrick

Milkman, Keep Those Bottles Quiet
Peggy

Hit the Road to Dreamland
Peggy, Max, Lawrence, Patrick

Breathe-A-Little
Peggy, Max, Lawrence, Patrick

I Wanna Be Loved
Peggy

What Do You Want To Make Those Eyes
Peggy, Patrick

Hula-Wana-Hini-Ha
Max, Lawrence, Patrick

Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive
Peggy, Max, Lawrence, Patrick

ACT II:

Entr’acte
Orchestration

I’m Doin it for Defense
Peggy

Hold Tight, Hold Tight
Max, Lawrence, Patrick

Here Comes the Navy
Max, Lawrence, Patrick

Shoo-Shoo Baby
Max, Lawrence, Patrick

Three Little Sisters
Max, Lawrence, Patrick

Six Jerks in A Jeep
Peggy, Max, Lawrence, Patrick

Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy
Peggy, Max, Lawrence, Patrick

Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy Playoff
Max, Lawrence, Patrick

Doin’ It The Hard Way
Peggy

Andrew Brothers Finale
Peggy Max, Lawrence, Patrick

MUSICAL CREDITS

THE MUSIC OF THE ANDREWS BROTHERS

Music Clearance by Rubicon II Music Clearance, Burbank, CA.

All Songs Used By Permission. International Copyrights Secured. All Rights Reserved.

Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive by Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer. Used by permission of Harwin Music Co.

Any Bonds Today? Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin. This selection is used by special arrangement with The Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization, on behalf of the Trustees for the God Bless America Fund, 1065 Avenue of the Americas, Suite 2400, New York, New York 10018. All Rights Reserved.

Bei Mir Bist Du Schön by Jacob Jacobs, Saul Chaplin, Sholom Secunda & Sammy Cahn. ©1937 (Renewed) WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) and Cahn Music Co. (ASCAP). All rights administered by WB Music Corp.

Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy by Don Raye and Hughie Prince. All rights owned and administered by Universal-Polygram International Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP)

Breathless by Jacques Press and Eddie Cherkose. All rights owned and administered by Universal-Polygram International Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP)

Cuánto Le Gusta by Gabriel Ruiz Galinod and Ray Gilbert. Used by permission of Peer International Corporation.

Cockeyed Mayor of Kaunakakai by Alex Anderson and Al Stilman. Used by permission of Edward B. Marks Music Company. (BMI)

Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree Written by Lew Brown, Sam H. Stept and Charlie Tobias. Published by EMI Robbins Catalog Inc. and Ched Music.

The Hard Way by Johnny Burke & Jimmy Van Heusen (ASCAP), Courtesy of Sony/ATV Harmony

Hawaiian War Chant Written by Johnny Noble, Ralph Freed and Leleiohaku. Published by EMI Miller Catalog Inc.

Here Comes The Navy written by Lew Brown, Vladimir Timm, Clarence Oakes and Jaromir Vejvoda. Used by permission of Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc.

Hit the Road to Dreamland by Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer. © Courtesy Sony ATV Harmony Music Publishing.

Hold Tight, Hold Tight (Want Some Seafood Mama) Written by Leonard Kent, Dick Brandow, George Robinson, Willie Spottswood, Leonard Ware and Joseph Miller. Published by EMI Mills Music, Inc.

Hula Ba Luau by Gene DePaul and Don Raye. All rights owned and administered by Universal-Polygram International Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP)

G. I. Jive by Johnny Mercer. All rights administered by WB Music Corp. (ASCAP)

I Wanna Be Loved by Johnny Green, Edward Heyman & Billy Rose. © Courtesy Sony ATV Harmony Music Publishing.

I Want To Linger by Stanley Murphy and Henry I. Marshall. This arrangement © Steele Spring Productions.

I’m Doin’ It For Defense by Johnny Mercer and Harold Arlen. © Courtesy Sony ATV Harmony Music Publishing.

Mairzy Doats by Al Hoffman, Milton Drake and Jerry Livingston. © 1943 Al Hoffman Songs, Inc. (ASCAP) c/o Music Sales Corporation, Hallmark Music Co. Inc. (ASCAP) and Sony Tunes, Inc. (ASCAP)

Milkman, Keep Those Bottle Quiet! by Gene DePaul and Don Raye. © Courtesy EMI Feist Catalog, Inc.

Peggy the Pin-Up Girl by John Jacob Loeb & Redd Evans. © 1944 (Renewed 1971) Music Sales Corporation (ASCAP) and Fred Ahlert Music Corp. (ASCAP)

Plain Jane Doe by Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne. © Published by Famous Music Corporation. (ASCAP)

Rosie the Riveter by John Jacob Loeb & Redd Evans. © 1942 (Renewed 1969) Music Sales Corporation (ASCAP) and Fred Ahlert Music Corp. (ASCAP)

Rum & Coca Cola Written by Morey Amsterdam, Jeri Kelli Sullivan, Paul Baron and Al Stillman. Published by EMI Feist Catalog Inc.

Shoo-Shoo Baby by Phil Moore. © Songwriter’s Guild.

Sing A Tropical Song by Frank Loesser and Jimmy McHugh. © Courtesy Sonty ATV Harmony Music Publishing.

Six Jerks In A Jeep by Private Sid Robin. All rights owned and administered by Universal-Polygram International Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP)

Three Little Sisters by Irving Taylor and Vic Muzzy. © 1942 (Renewed) Published by Chappell & Co. (ASCAP) & Unison Music Company/Administered by Next Decade Entertainment, Inc. (ASCAP)

What Do You Want To Make Those Eyes At Me by Howard E. Johnson, James V. Monaco, & Joseph McCarthy, courtesy of SSP Music Publishing.

Michala Montaño
as Peggy Jones (Gold Cast)

Michala is thrilled to be returning to the Hale Centre Theatre stage! Some of her favorite past credits include: The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Esmeralda), Little Women (Beth), and Twelfth Night (Viola). She is honored to be sharing the stage with such a talented cast and crew. Special thanks to Dave, Corrin, Cambrian, and Lincoln for this wonderful opportunity, and thank you to all of her friends and family for their support.

Holly Payne
as Peggy Jones (Green Cast)

Holly is thrilled to be back at Hale Theatre with an amazing cast and crew! This AriZoni winner's previous credits include: Hale's Meet Me in St. Louis (Esther Smith), A Christmas Carol 2018, 2019, 2021, & 2022 (Christmas Past), No No Nanette (Nanette), The Addams Family (Wednesday), and her favorite role of all Peter Pan (Peter Pan). Special thanks to her family and friends for their continued support! Enjoy the show!

Reece Harris
as Patrick Andrews (Gold Cast)

Reece is excited to be performing in his second show at Hale Centre Theatre. He was previously seen on the Hale stage in Sister Act (Joey) and in many community productions such as Matilda: the Musical (Miss Trunchbull), Elf: The Musical (Buddy the Elf), and Charley's Aunt (Jack Chesney). He would like to thank everyone for coming to see the show, and thank family and friends for their support and love.

Kyle Webb
as Patrick Andrews (Green Cast)

Kyle is grateful to be back on stage at Hale! Kyle moved to Mesa in 2018 from his hometown of Clay Springs. He has acted in the Valley for the past 4 years and worked at Hale Theatre, Mesa Encore Theatre, and Arizona Regional Theatre. He hopes you enjoy and feel the great message of this show! Many thanks to his family and friends for their support, especially to his sweet wife, Ashley.

Joey Morrison
as Max Andrews (Gold Cast)

Joey is thrilled to return and work with this amazing cast! Joey was last seen as the Proprietor in Stray Cat Theatre's Assassins. Past Hale productions include Annie, Singin’ in the Rain, Big River, Newsies, and John Loves Mary. Joey loved being a member of the Resident Acting Ensemble at Swine Palace in Baton Rouge, where some of his favorite roles included Friar Lawrence in R&J and Hans Metz in Frankenstein.

Raymond Barcelo
as Max Andrews (Green Cast)

Raymond is excited to be back on the Hale stage! Hale credits include: Sister Act, Lucky Stiff, The Little Mermaid (Scuttle/ Chef), Music Man (Marcellus), The Addams Family (Fester), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Andre), and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Baron). Special thanks to the Dietleins, Lincoln, Cambrian, Hunter, Tia, cast and crew! Love to Dominick. Dedicated in memory of his brother, Russell.

Trevon Powell
as Lawrence Andrews (Gold Cast)

Trevon is an actor, singer and dancer. He hails from the great city of Chicago. He has recently performed as Terk in Tarzan, Seaweed J. Stubbs in Hairspray, and Beadle Bamford in Sweeney Todd. He has also worked in costume design and recently designed the dress for Maleficent in Greasepaint Theaters production of Disney's Descendants. Trevon is classically trained in opera and plans to pursue Broadway in NYC. Trevon is recently engaged to his beautiful partner.

Adam Guinn
as Lawrence Andrews (Green Cast)

Adam is excited to be returning to the Hale stage. Adam considers The Hale his home theatre and considers everyone he works with there an extension or his family. Adam would like to thank the Dietleins for the opportunity to bring this character to life. Adam wants to thank his family for their support when it gets crazy busy.

Michael "Gooch" Gurciullo
Trumpet

Since learning trumpet at 9 years old, Michael’s musical journey has taken him from Australia to Europe and all over North America. He studied music at the prestigious North Texas State University, and after music school, Gooch toured with the Glenn Miller Orchestra, the Guy Lombardo Orchestra, and the Stan Kenton Alumni Big Band before moving to Las Vegas. There he worked the “Strip" for 15 years, bringing some of the hottest big band jazz to the Las Vegas scene. Now residing in Phoenix, Gooch plays shows all over the Southwest. Gooch has been a member of Official Blues Brothers Revue since 2015 and plays shows around the country. GoochandTheGuys.com

Ken Levine
Trombone

Born in Queens, New York, Ken Levine, started playing trombone at 14 years old. After moving to Las Vegas in 1977 from Brooklyn, he has been playing up and down the strip with numerous Las Vegas lounge bands, then forming his own swing band, Jump, Jive, & Wail. His band became one of the house bands at the famous Bellagio hotel Casino. Ken has been part of the Fairchild Blues Tribute show as John Belushi, as well as Frank Sinatra and has toured the world on land and sea. After moving to Phoenix, he began producing shows around the valley. Ken loves to perform, either singing, DJ-ing, or playing his trombone. During the day, Ken currently performs at Assisted Living, Independent Living, and Memory Care communities across the Phoenix Valley.

Stephen Tessier
Bass

Stephen has been playing string bass/electric bass for the past 20 years. He is a member of the Tempe Symphony Orchestra and has performed in dozens of musical productions over the years. Many thanks to the Dietleins, Lincoln, and cast and crew. He is honored to be a part of this production! “Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, and flight to the imagination.” – Plato

Greg Slater
Drums

An Arizona resident since 1983, Chris has performed in numerous commercials locally and nationally, including: Phoenix Suns, Arizona Rattlers, FootJoy, Titleist, and Levi’s Dockers. Passions include playing the drums. Chris had the honor of playing with Grammy and Dove Award winning artists: Israel Houghton, Ricardo Sanchez and Robert Sterling. Recent credits: Lucky Stiff and Always…Patsy Cline. Other interests: Flying and Hiking; summiting Whitney (USA), Kilimanjaro (Africa), Island Peak and Everest Base Camp (Himalayan Mountains, Nepal).

Cambrian James
Director/Choreographer

Cambrian is well-known for his versatile staging throughout the Valley and nationally. He is a multi-award winning director and choreographer for Tarzan, The Wizard of Oz, Footloose, Damn Yankees and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Cambrian has enjoyed a long career as an actor and dancer in Annie (Daddy Warbucks), Crazy For You (Bobby Child), The King and I (the King) and Hairspray (Edna Turnblad).

Lincoln Wright
Music Director / Conductor / Pianist

Lincoln is excited for you to see this hilarious musical! He has music directed over 60 Hale shows, most recently Little Mermaid, Daddy Long Legs, and Mary Poppins. Some of his favorites have been West Side Story, Secret Garden, Andrews Brothers, Drowsy Chaperone, and Hairspray. Although the arts world beckons, he's kept his day job as an attorney handling nursing home abuse cases at the Udall Shumway law firm in Mesa. Many thanks to Dave, Corrin, Cambrian, and this outstanding cast for all their hard work.

Roger Bean
Playwright

Roger Bean created the long-running hit The Marvelous Wonderettes (over 1,200 performances Off-Broadway), along with the sequels Wonderettes: Caps & Gowns, Winter Wonderettes, Wonderettes: Dream On, and the new large-cast Wonderettes: Glee Club Edition. Original cast albums for all Wonderettes shows are available from iTunes and Amazon. The Marvelous Wonderettes received the 2007 LA Ovation Award for Best Musical for its record-breaking Los Angeles run and continues to be an audience favorite in theatre companies throughout the country. Mr. Bean’s do-wop hit Life Could Be A Dream had a record-breaking 12-month run in Los Angeles, receiving the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award, the LA Weekly Theatre Award, and the Backstage Garland Award for Outstanding Musical. Other popular musicals created by Mr. Bean include The Andrews Brothers, Summer of Love, Route 66, Honky Tonk Laundry, and Why Do Fools Fall In Love?, all published by Stage Rights. More info at www.rogerbean.com