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‘Lumberjacks in Love’ opens Thursday at Old Creamery Theatre

August 1, 2013
Times-Republican

AMANA - Four manly lumberjacks living the bachelor life in their northern Wisconsin camp seem perfectly happy tucked away from civilization - and women. But, when a mail-order bride is mistakenly sent for, everything changes. Join Minnesota Slim, Dirty Bob, Muskrat, Moonlight and The Kid as they tell the wonders and woes of being a lumberjack in love with songs like "The Bachelor's Prayer," "Stupid Love" and "Could It Be Cabin Fever?"

"Lumberjacks in Love" opens Aug. 1 on the Main Stage of The Old Creamery Theatre. Written by Fred Ally and James Kaplan, the authors of "Guys On Ice," "Lumberjacks in Love" is directed by Krista Neumann of Iowa City.

The cast consists of Scott Wakefield, of New York City; Sean McCall, of Marengo; Eddie Skaggs, of Cedar Rapids; Tim Abou-Nasr, of Omaha, Neb.; Lisa Crosby Wipperling, of St. Albans, Vt.; and Deborah Kennedy, of West Amana, with musical direction by Shari Rhoads, of Coralville. "Lumberjacks in Love" runs through Sept. 1 and is rated Theatre PG.

Article Photos

CONTRIBUTED PHOTO BY JACKIE MCCALL.
Pictured, from left, front row: Lisa Crosby Wipperling, Sean McCall; back row: Tim Abou-Nasr, Eddie Skaggs, Deborah Kennedy and Scott Wakefield.

Tickets are $27.50 for adults and $18 for students. Show times are Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays at 3 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. Student rush tickets are available half an hour before performances. A student ID is required to get this special rate of $12 per ticket. Group rates for 15 people or more are available.

"Lumberjacks in Love" is sponsored by Capper Auto Group. Media sponsors are Kiss 96.5 and City Revealed Magazine.

Call the box office at 800-35-AMANA or visit the website at www.oldcreamery.com for tickets or more information. Walk-ins are always welcome if seats are available. Reservations are highly recommended.

The Old Creamery Theatre Company is a nonprofit professional theater founded in 1971 in Garrison. The company is celebrating 42 years of bringing live, professional theater to the people of Iowa and the Midwest.

 
 

 

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