Past Musical:
Kentwood Players presents

Oliver!. Music, Lyrics and Book by Lionel Bart. Director Harold Dershimer. Musical Director Catherine Rahm. Choreographer Anna Rubin. Producer Rocky Miller and Victoria Miller. March 16 – April 21, 2012

Consider yourself invited to the Kentwood Players production of Oliver! One of the most beloved British musicals which won several Tony Awards on Broadway, Oliver! vividly brings to life Dickens’ timeless characters with its ever-popular story of the boy who asked for more. After running away from the orphanage run by the heartless Mr. Bumble, Oliver meets the Artful Dodger and is recruited to pick pockets for Fagin. There, Oliver finds a friend in Nancy, but neither she nor the boy are fit for a life of crime. The sensational score is full of Lionel Bart’s irresistible songs including “Food Glorious Food,” “Consider Yourself,” “You’ve Got to Pick-a-Pocket or Two,” “I’d Do Anything,” “Oom Pah Pah,” “As Long As He Needs Me” and many more.



Played by
Oliver ············ Joseph Peter West
Artful Dodger ············ Logan Gould
Fagin ············ Ben Lupejkis
Nancy ············ Elizabeth Bouton
Bill Sykes ············ Drew Fitzsimmons
Mr. Bumble ············ Martin Feldman
Widow Corney ············ Patricia Butler
Mr. Sowerberry ············ Lawrence Alexander Moreno
Mrs. Sowerberry ············ Judy Rosenfeld
Charlotte ············ Kathleen Jequinto
Noah Claypole ············ Marcus Alan Wynn
Bet ············ Jennifer Richardson
Mr. Brownlow ············ Jack Winnick
Dr. Grimwig ············ George Kondreck
Mrs. Bedwin ············ Melanie Ball
Old Sally ············ Victoria Miller
Rose Seller ············ Candice Courtney
Strawberry Seller ············ Jackie Fiske
Milkmaid ············ Erika Brauer
Knife Grinder ············ Shawn K. Summerer
Orphan, Oliver Understudy ············ Jaren Rhodes
Orphan, Dodger Understudy ············ Logan Russell Hannig
Charlie Bates ············ Joseph Olivas
Orphan ············ Dillon Hensel
Osric Holt
Kolaiah Newkirk
Ethan Schyman
Isaiah Suber
Miller Vaughn


Oliver dreams of a better life as he sings “Where is Love?”
Nancy and Dodger entertain Fagin and his boys, while Bill Sykes looks on with villainous envy.
Nancy listens in as Fagin and Sykes plot to get Oliver back to their lair.
Fagin leads his “boys” out of the warehouse to “Pick a Pocket or Two.”
Sykes warns the orphans to keep quiet about the location of their hideaway.
Dodger asks Oliver to consider himself part of the family.
Dodger introduces Oliver to Fagin’s boys, a band of London pickpockets.
Photos by Liz Reinhardt


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