Producer Marianne Snook
Co-Producer Ingrid Rottman
Director Megan Griffin
Vocal Director Carol Harris
Music Director Alan Chipman
Choreographers Christine Carrillo
Jessica Damron
Costumers Michelle Griffin
Adrianne Wilkinson
Phyllis Rogers Stone Callie Camacho-Light
Young Phyllis Brianna Pember
Sally Durant Plummer Suzanne Guzzetta
Young Sally Emily Hansen
Comic “Sally” Samantha Hutley
Benjamin Stone Bob Brown
Young Ben Edie Garcia-Flores
Buddy Plummer Michael Kaelin
Young Buddy Andy Gonzalez
Roscoe Chris Souza
Vincent Joel Allian
Young Vincent Zack Goller
Max Deems/Dimitri Weisman Bruce Pember
Emily Whitman Becky Owens
Theodore Whitman Kel Whisner
Kevin Mason Bell
Willy Wheeler Don Cowan
Carlotta Campion Donna Cowan
Young Carlotta Rebecca Reynolds
Stella Deems Myra Kaelin
Young Stella Katie Bell
Hattie Walker Mary Beth Anderson
Young Hattie Paetra Rottman
Solange La Fitte Christine McElroy
Vanessa Jennifer Roderick
Young Vanessa Natalie Fitzgibbons
Heidi Schiller Ingrid Rottman
Young Heidi Lindsay Sommers
Dee Dee West Joyce Bedard
Lucy Sian Dowdalls
Jessie Kaylyn Freitas
Margie Krista Warner
1st CanCan Rebecca Reynolds
2nd CanCan Paetra Rottman
Loveland 1st showgirl Lindsay Sommers
Loveland 2nd showgirl Katie Bell
Loveland 3rd showgirl Natalie Fitzgibbons
Loveland 4th showgirl Sian Dowdalls
Loveland 5th showgirl Kaylyn Freitas
Loveland 6th showgirl Krista Warner
Sandra Crane Catherine Wells
Helen Wheeler Christine Carrillo
Waitress/Follies Girl Molly Cooper
Waitress/Follies Girl Alicia Corso

The time is 1971, and theatrical impresario, Dimitri Weissmann, hosts a reunion of ex-Follies performers in his crumbling theatre, setting the stage for a parade of brilliant pastiche numbers, including “Losing My Mind,” “I’m Still Here” and “Broadway Baby.” Amid the reminiscing, two middle-aged couples confront some unpleasant truths about their past and present, coming face-to-face with the future.


A true theatrical event, this legendary masterpiece is considered by many to be the greatest musical ever created. Surreal, sophisticated, compelling, heart wrenching and epic in scope, Follies by musical theater legend, Stephen Sondheim, and author, James Goldman, uses the musical theater as a metaphor for the collapse of American innocence and naiveté in the post-Kennedy years.