THE FULL MONTY BARES IT ALL (MAYBE) ON THE BARN THEATRE STAGE
SEPTEMBER 16 THRU OCTOBER 3RD
Stuart, Fla. The Tony Award-nominated musical comedy, “The Full Monty” hits the Barn stage for the first time and as its Director, Jim Docter, says, “This is one show you will never see a high school perform.” A raucous pop-rock musical send-up of gender expectations and stereotypes…that takes it all off! The unemployed men of a now-closed steel mill do household chores, while the womenfolk draw the paychecks and enjoy the privileges of weekly girls-nights-out devoted to ogling male striptease artists. When the men note the monetary rewards of baring booty, it inspires a scheme for restoring solvency – not to mention morale. They become amateur dancers instructed in burlesque bump-and-grind by the former factory supervisor to piano accompaniment supplied by a geriatric vaudevillian. The big question remains to be answered. Will they bare it all?
The cast includes: Sean Birkett (Jerry Lukowski), Kelly Palusis (Pam Lukowski), Brian James Grien (Nathan Lukowski), Kyle Weber (Dave Bukatinsky), Wendi Nicholson (Georgie Buktaninsky), Bryan Childe (Harold Nichols), Elizabeth Connell (Vicki Nichols), Drew Brown (Malcolm MacGregor), Ryan Weber (Ethan Girard), Tim Chastain (Noah “Horse” T. Simmons), Mariano Garcia IV (Jeanette Burmeister), Dave Murray Keno, Tony Giordano, Ensemble), Brandon Snyder (Teddy Slaughter, Ensemble), Chris Mazzella (Marty, Ensemble), Sandi Hellstrom-Leonard (Joanie Lish, Dance Instructor, Ensemble), Kristal Eckhardt (Susan Hershey, Police Sergeant, Ensemble), Katelyn Anne Johnson (Estelle Genovese, Ensemble), Samantha Holland (Young Woman, Ensemble) Andrea Mastellone (Marge, Ensemble), & Jeanette Mazzella ( Delores, Ensemble).
The crew includes Jim Docter, Director, Mary Murphy, Producer, Mariano Garcia IV, Music Director, Mark Wygonik, Choreographer, Pat Tobin, Stage Manager, Marcia Molinari, Costumer, Nick Hogan, Lighting, Zach Akdag, Gus McCall, Master Carpenter, Teri Hartman, House Manager.
Tickets are only $35. Group rates are available. For tickets or information call the box office at 772-287-4884 or visit the Barn’s website at www.barn-theatre.com. Adult content. Covid measures are in place.