THE MANATEE PLAYERS, INC.
MANATEE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
502 3rd Avenue West
Bradenton, FL 34205
BOX OFFICE: 941-748-5875
THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE WILL BE PERFORMED AT MANATEE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER OCTOBER 29 – NOVEMBER 15, 2015.
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee comes to the Manatee Performing Arts Center
The Manatee Performing Arts Center presents the Manatee Players production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, a hilarious and fast-paced musical, on Oct. 29 – Nov. 15 in Stone Hall. This musical will be directed by Steven Flaa and musically directed by Aaron Cassette.
This interactive adaptation allows audience members to engage with the actors during the production.
Laugh along with us as six quirky adolescents compete in an annual spelling bee. Along the way, hear the hilarious and wistful stories each tells while spelling their way to the top. Only one speller will win;
Find out who it will be.
This production will feature Daniel Perrone as Chip Tolentino, Marissa Brotz as Logainne Schwartzandgrubenniere ,Brian Craft as Leaf Coneybear, Jalex Scott as William Barfee, Kay Brown as Marcy Park, Kyleann Lacertos as Olive Ostrovsky, Olga Pena as Rona Perretti, Mark Eichorn as VP Douglas Panch and Brian Kleinschmidt as Mitch Mahoney.
Tickets are on sale now online at manateeperformingartscenter.com or by calling the box office at 941-748-5875. Ticket prices range from $27-$37 depending on the purchased seat. Student and teacher discounts are available. All performances will be held at Manatee Performing Arts Center in Stone Hall, 502 3rd Avenue West Bradenton, FL 34205.
25th ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE
October 29 – November 15, 2015
7:30pm Wednesday – Thursday, 8:00pm Friday – Saturday, 2:00pm Sunday
Manatee Performing Arts Center, 502 3rd Avenue West Bradenton, Florida 34205
The Manatee Players, Inc. Mission Statement…
To represent, enrich and promote diverse artists and art forms. The Manatee Players, Inc. and its performance venue, Manatee Performing Arts Center, serve as a significant cultural, educational and economic resource for the Florida Gulf Coast region.