June 18th – September 6th, 2020
While spying on their wives at a “Girls’ Night Out,” a group of unemployed steelworkers from Buffalo see how much the women enjoy watching male strippers. Jealous, out of work, and feeling emasculated, the men come up with a bold and unclothed way to make some quick cash – a strip show of their own. Based on the cult hit film of the same name, The Full Monty, a ten-time Tony Award nominee, is filled with honest affection, engaging melodies and the most highly anticipated closing number of any show.
With music and lyrics by David Yazbek, The Full Monty has crowd pleasing tunes like ‘Life with Harold’ and ‘Breeze off the River’
Were it movie, The Full Monty would be rated R, with coarse language, adult themes and nudity.
$43 A Level Seating / $39 B Level Seating / $29 C Level Seating
All matinees start at 1 pm and all evening shows start at 8pm
Leland is joining the OCT performance team for the first time. He is a native of Upland, CA but has lived the past decade in New York City. London credits include Blues for Mister Charlie (Ellis). National Tour Credits include Mamma Mia (Sam), Rock of Ages (Dennis), Saturday Night Fever (Monty/Frank Sr.). Other regional credits include Hunchback of Notre Dame (Phoebus), The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas (Sheriff Ed Earl), The Little Mermaid (King Triton), The Who’s Tommy (Captain Walker), The Full Monty (Jerry), Loving Repeating (Man 1), Wait Until Dark (Mike). Leland received a BA from the Guildford School of Acting, England.
Dave comes to us from New York City and is appearing for the first time on the OCT stage. Other regional credits include From the House of the Dead (Metropolitan Opera, Paris National Opera, Teatro de La Scala, Staatsoper Berlin); Merry Widow (Metropolitan Opera); Shrek in Shrek the Musical (Mayo Performing Arts Center); Tommy in Fatty Fatty No Friends (Off Broadway; NYIT Nomination); Pseudolus in A Funny Thing… Forum; Nicely Nicely Johnson in Guys and Dolls. Jason received his training from East Carolina University. “Thanks to Galloway and the creative team at OCT for the opportunity!”
Galloway was last seen on the OCT stage as the title role in Sweeney Todd. Other OCT credits include Sagot in Picasso At The Lapin Agile, Sam Phillips in Million Dollar Quartet, The Emcee in Cabaret, Franklin Hart, Jr. in 9 to 5, Billy Flynn in Chicago, Adolpho in The Drowsy Chaperone. Galloway has also directed OCT’s past productions of Avenue Q and Miracle On 34th Street – A Radio Play. Other regional performance credits include Don Quixote in The Man of La Mancha (Harlequin Productions); Jud Fry in Oklahoma! (Pacific Conservatory Theatre); Gomez Addams in The Addams Family (Temple Theatre Company). Other regional directing credits include Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats (Lees-McRae Summer); The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, The Andrews Brothers, and A Christmas Carol (Prather Entertainment); Grease, Ring of Fire, and South Pacific (Jenny Wiley Theatre). Instagram @thegallo_way.
Timothe, a native of central North Carolina, is making his first appearance on the OCT stage. National Tour credits include Mr. Henshaw in Finding Neverland (Prather Entertainment, 2019). Coalhouse in Ragtime (Lees-McRae Summer Theatre); Curtis Jackson in Sister Act (Derby Dinner Theatre), Jim in Big River, Tee-Tot in Hank Williams’ Lost Highway (Wohlfahrt Haus Dinner Theatre). Timothe also served as a singer and dancer for four years at Universal Studios of Osaka, Japan. “Many thanks to my family & friends for their support.”
Austin is a native of McMinnville, OR and is performing for the first time on the OCT stage. Other regional and educational credits include Louis Ironson in Angels in America: Millennium Approaches** & Perestroika; Cinderella’s Prince in Into The Woods (The Oregon Center for the Arts), as well as Odysseus Rex in Year of the Rooster and Cliff Bradshaw in Cabaret (Workshop) at SOU; Dottore in La Commedia dell’Arte Green Show (Oregon Shakespeare Festival); Death/Prince Sirki in Death Takes a Holiday (Collaborative Theatre Project). Austin received hi B.F.A in Theatre Arts at The Oregon Center for the Arts at Southern Oregon University.
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Austin is returning to the OCT team after serving as an understudy in last season’s Sherlock Holmes and The Sign of the Four. Prior OCT credits also include Every Christmas Story Ever Told. A native of Simi Valley, CA he has recently moved to Phoenix, OR. Other performance credits include Sir Robin (Spamalot), Igor (Young Frankenstein the Musical), Jamie (Last 5 Years), Earnest (The Importance of Being Earnest), Claudio (Much Ado About Nothing) , The Cat in the Hat (Suessical).
Presila hails from Philadelphia, PA but has been residing in Ashland for the past twenty years. Broadway credits include Meet Me In St. Louis and The Secret Garden. Other favorite roles include Margaret in Walter Cronkite Is Dead, Chris in Calendar Girls, Ethel in On Golden Pond, Amanda in The Glass Menagerie. “Bil Leonhart, I will always love you.”
Julia is making her debut appearance on the OCT stage. She was born in Kiev, grew up in Los Angeles, and has lived in NYC for the past nine years. Other regional credits include The Baker’s Wife in Into The Woods, Ursula in The Little Mermaid, and Emma Goldman in Ragtime at Redhouse Arts Center. Betty Jean in The Marvelous Wonderettes at Merry-Go-Round Playhouse. Betty Jean in Wonderettes, Gloria in Damn Yankees, and Lavern Andrews in Christmas of Swing at Sierra Repertory Theater. She has also appeared with the National Tour of The Producers; Summer Repertory Theater; The Great American Melodrama; and lead vocalist aboard Crystal Serenity. Julia is a graduate of UC Irvine. “Thank you to Oregon Cabaret Theater, JWS and GPC communities, coaches, friends, and especially MD&M!”
Stephanie is returning to Oregon Cabaret Theatre. She is originally from Bakersfield, California but has been living in and around the Rogue Valley, Oregon for six years now. Prior OCT credits include Kitty in The Drowsy Chaperone and Margaret in 9 to 5 the Musical. “I hope you all enjoy this show as much as we have. Thank you to Irene and Carl who continue to be my biggest fans.”
Mia is returning to Oregon Cabaret after appearing in past productions of Rocky as both Columbia (2018) and Janet (2019). She is originally from Los Angeles, CA but has lived in Ashland for eight years. Other OCT credits include Sally in Whodunit, and the Naughty But Nice Cabaret. Other regional credits include Esmeralda in Hunchback of Notre Dame, Charlotte in A Little Night Music (Camelot Theatre), Maggie in Lend Me a Tenor the Musical, Meg in Leading Ladies (Collaborative Theatre Project), Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors, Elizabeth in Young Frankenstein (Randall Theatre), Lucy in Avenue Q (TheatreOUT OC) and Charlotte in the musical adaptation of Charlotte’s Web (Laguna Playhouse). “Huge love to my family for making the journey to see the show, and to Ben for all of his love and support!”
Alex is returning to the Oregon Cabaret stage. Prior OCT credits include Wallace Ainsley in Miracle on 34th Street, Dr Everett Scott/Eddie in Rocky Horror 2019, Dr Everett Scott in Rocky Horror 2018 and 2017, Harry in Mamma Mia!, Brian in Avenue Q. Other regional credits include Robert Kincaid in Bridges of Madison County, Angus Tuck in Tuck Everlasting, Jack in Leading Ladies (Collaborative Theatre Project); Guildenstern in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, Ransome Foster in The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (Camelot Theatre); Professor Bhaer in Little Women (Randall Theatre); Dr. Madden in Next to Normal (Next Stage). He has also served as Co-Director of Little Women (Randall Theatre). Alex would like to thank his wife “for everything because nothing would be possible without her.”
Kristen is happily returning to OCT. Prior Cabaret credits include Bat Boy (Maggie/Ron), Rocky Horror Show (Magenta), She Loves Me (Ensemble, Understudy Amalia), Beehive (Laura/Janis Joplin), and Sweeney Todd (Beggar Woman, Understudy Mrs. Lovett). Other performance credits include Beehive (Broadway Rose Theatre), Spotlight on Janis Joplin (Camelot Theatre), Lend Me a Tenor (Collaborative Theatre Project) Other creative credits include Spotlight on the Mamas and the Papas (wrote, directed, performed) at Camelot Theatre. www.kristencalvin.co
Mike is appearing for the first time with Oregon Cabaret Theatre. He comes to us from New York City. Other regional credits include Rent and A Chorus Line (Gateway Playhouse); The Man of La Mancha (Engeman Theatre); Happy Days (Westchester Broadway); Sister Act (Palace Theatre & Derby Dinner Theatre); also served for three years with Disney Cruise Lines as a principal vocalist. Mike is a proud alum of Wagner College. “Thanks to my amazing family, the OCT family, and the team at ATB talent.” @_mikedamico.
Director – Lauren Blair
Choreographer – Natasha Harris
Assistant Director – Sarah Gore
Musical Director – Sarah Wussow
Scenic Designer – Sara Pisheh
Lighting Designer – Elizabeth M. Stewart
Costume Designer – Kristie Mattson
Assistant Costume Designer – Moss Royer
Sound Designer – Kimberly Carbone
Prop Designer – James Paul Xavier
Track Creator – Karl Iverson
Technical Director – Drew Bangs
Production/Stage Manager – Julie Bangs*
Assistant Stage Manager – Isabella Cervantes