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Forever Plaid

May 31, 2017 all-day


Written and Originally Directed and Choreographed by Stuart Ross
Musical Continuity Supervision and Arrangements by James Raitt

Opens June 2; previews May 31 & June 1


Showtimes are: Tues, Weds and Thurs at 7 p.m.; Fri at 8 p.m.; Sat at 5 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.;  Sun at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Join the boys of “Forever Plaid” on a humorous ‘heavenly’ journey through some of the greatest close-harmony songs of the 50’s. With one final chance to give the concert they never gave, The Plaids sing nostalgic hits “Rags To Riches,” “Love is a Many Splendored Thing,” “Catch A Falling Star,” “Three Coins In A Fountain” and many more – all in glorious harmony with patter that will keep any audience rolling in the aisles.

An entertaining musical mix of 1950’s and 1960’s rock n’ roll, and popular show and dance tunes, blended with witty comedy has continued to delight audiences in cities across the nation. “Forever Plaid” is a charming story of four young men who are killed in an automobile accident, and then through a chain of bizarre events, get one last opportunity to entertain – proving that their spirits still live on.

“Entirely enchanting, utterly entertaining, awesome! … will put a smile on your face, a hum in your throat and a tap to your feet.” – New York Post

“Letter-perfect! Sweet, funny and thoroughly amusing.” – The New York Times

“The laughter doesn’t stop!… Delightful, original and funny!” – The Associated Press

“…The four part harmonies are beautiful and the group takes the audience on a trip down memory lane to some of the best close harmony songs of the 1950s.” – Theatre and Performance

“They put on a simply terrific act, these four funny, awkward, love-starved and impressively talented shades from Tin Pan Alley past.” – The Gainesville Sun

“To sound like old Ed Sullivan himself, FOREVER PLAID is ‘a really good shew’ of very funny, beautifully choreographed, professionally presented 26 musical favorites of bygone songs from decades ago.” – Mike Sanford, GLOB Editor

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Bryan Mercer

Adam Lishawa


Steven Flaa

Stage Manager
Lizzi Nehls

Production Manager
Robert P. Robins

Costume Designer
Molly Demurs

Lighting Designer
Robert P. Robins

Scenic Designer
Timothy J. Dygert

Sound Designer
Amanda Yanes

Props Designer
Timothy J. Dygert

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