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All American Western romantic musical. The tale of the seven Pontipee brothers, Oregon 1880s. When Adam, the eldest brother, marries Millie, the Pontipees are shaken out of their backwoods life with a vengeance. A show full of pure energy, vibrant dancing and rousing musical numbers such as Bless Your Beautiful Hide
, Spring, Spring, Spring
, Goin Courtin
and Wonderful Wonderful Day
.Performers Alex Gaumond (Adam), Laura Pitt-Pulford (Milly), Rosanna Bates (Liza), David Burrows (Mr Hoallum), Angela M. Caesar (Mrs Sander), Matthew Clark, Leon Cooke (Daniel), Eammon Cox (Matt), Jacob Fisher (Jeb), Charlene Ford (Dorcas), Steve Fortune (Mr Sander), Alex Gaumond (Adam Pontipee), Trevor Michael Georges (Preacher), Bob Harms (Ephraim), Bethany Huckle (Alice), Frankie Jenna (Sarah), James Leece (Benjamin), Phillip Marriot (Zeke), Dylan Mason (Joel), Natasha Mould (Martha), Peter Nash (Nathan), Sam O'Rourke (Gideon), Ryan Pidgen (Luke), Adam Rhys-Charles (Frank), Karli Vale (Ruth), Annie Wensak (Mrs Hoallum), Matthew Whennell-Clark (Male Swing), Ed White (Caleb), Emma Woods (Female Swing).
Book by Lawrence Kasha. Book by David Landay. Lyrics Johnny Mercer. Music Gene de Paul. Producer Open Air Theatre Regent's Park. Director Rachel Kavanaugh. Design Peter McKintosh. Choreographer Alistair David. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Choreographer Alistair David.
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