Westchester Broadway Theatre will present Cole Porter'sCan-Can, starring Glory Crampton and Tony Lawrence, from August 30 to October 7. Richard Stafford directs and choreographs with musical direction by Craig Barna.
Written by Caleb Porter and Abe Burrows, the story revolves around the lovely Pistache, who owns the only café that features the sexy and provocative Can-Can. She spars with Aristide Forestier, a self-righteous judge, determined to close all Parisian dance halls.
The cast will also include Lauralyn McClelland as Claudine, Patrick Richwood as Boris, Charles West as Hilaire, William McCauley as Paul, Michael Linden as Hercule, Joshua Phan-Gruber as Etienne and Todd MacIntyre as Theophile.
The ensemble features Bjorn Bolinder, Karolina Blonski, Courtney Chilton, Laura Elizabeth Henning, Chloe Hurst, Darrell T. Joe, Peter Marinos, Kaitlin Niewoehner, Elliot Reiland , Tim Roller and Marguerite Willbanks.