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The York Celebrates It’s 50th Year With I Do I Do

The York Celebrates It’s 50th Year With I Do I Do

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The York Theatre Company recently presented its one-night only concert version of the newly re-imagined version of the beloved Broadway hit musical I Do! I Do!, with book and lyrics by Tom Jones and music by Harvey Schmidt, based on the play The Fourposter by Jan De Hartog. York Theatre favorite David Glenn Armstrong (Roadside, Happy Hunting) directed with music direction by David Hancock Turner (York’s Desperate Measures).

James Morgan, David Hancock Turner, Evans Haile, Peter Saide, Brad Oscar, Janet Metz, Gerry McIntyre, Samantha Bruce, Nancy Ford, David Glenn Armstrong and Lynne Wintersteller

The cast of five couples consists of 

Samantha Bruce

Samantha Bruce (The Fantasticks)

Lewis Cleale, Lynne Wintersteller 

Lewis Cleale (The Book of Mormon )

Gerry McIntyre

Gerry McIntyre (Once On this Island)

Samantha Bruce, Daniel J. Edwards

Daniel J. Edwards (Anything Goes)

Nancy Ford

Nancy Ford (I’m Getting My Act Together and Taking It On The Road)

 Janet Metz

 Janet Metz (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat)

Brad Oscar 

Brad Oscar (Something Rotten!)

Peter Saide 

Peter Saide (York’s Desperate Measures

Lynne Wintersteller

Lynne Wintersteller (Closer than Ever)

Tom Jones

and the legendary Tom Jones (The Fantasticks).

Janet Metz, Peter Saide, Sheldon Harnick and Margery Gray
The Cast-Peter Saide, Janet Metz, Lewis Cleale, Lynne Wintersteller, Nancy Ford, Tom Jones, Brad Oscar, Gerry McIntyre, Samantha Bruce and Daniel J. Edwards

I Do! I Do! is the story of fifty years in one marriage– an intimate, moving, and hilarious musical comedy by the iconic Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt (authors of The Fantasticks, and recipients of The York’s 2017 Oscar Hammerstein Award for Lifetime Achievement in Musical Theatre). Written as a star vehicle for theatre legends Mary Martin and Robert Preston, the original Broadway production ran more than a year and received seven Tony Award nominations, and has been produced around the country and the world in the years since.

I Do! I Do! begins with a couple on their wedding day. Their vows behind them, they look forward to spending the rest of their lives together. Set to a delightfully tuneful score (including the hit “My Cup Runneth Over”), we watch as they maneuver through wedding night jitters, raise a family, and negotiate midlife crises. This concert version, however, is this story of two soulmates as you’ve never seen it before: performed by cast that matures alongside their characters.

James Morgan, Nancy Ford, David Glenn Armstrong and Evans Haile
Nancy Ford
Margery Gray and Sheldon Harnick
James Morgan, Nancy Ford, David Glenn Armstrong and Evans Haile
Anita Gillette and Nancy Ford
Pat Addiss, Peter Saide and Mary Cossette
Diego Prieto and Brad Oscar
Nathaniel Unger, Janet Metz, Michael Unger and Phoebe Unger
 Janet Metz, Peter Saide
 David Hancock Turner
David Glenn Armstrong (Director) and David Hancock Turner
Evans Haile
David Glenn Armstrong (Director)
James Morgan, David Hancock Turner, Evans Haile, Peter Saide, Brad Oscar, Janet Metz, Gerry McIntyre, Samantha Bruce, Nancy Ford, David Glenn Armstrong and Lynne Wintersteller

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