Come From Away’s Kendra Kassebaum Will Star in Village Theatre’s I Do! I Do!

Regional News   Come From Away’s Kendra Kassebaum Will Star in Village Theatre’s I Do! I Do!
 
Peter Saide will co-star in the regional production directed by Michael Arnold.
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Kendra Kassebaum Joseph Marzullo/WENN

Kendra Kassebaum, who starred in the original Broadway cast of the award-winning Come From Away, will be seen in the Village Theatre's upcoming production of Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt's I Do! I Do!

The Village Theatre is one of the leading producers of musical theatre in the Pacific Northwest. I Do! I Do! begins on their stage in Issaquah, Washington, January 17, 2019.

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Peter Saide Marc J. Franklin

The intimate and nostalgic musical chronicling 50 years of life and love will co-star Peter Saide (Desperate Measures). Michael Arnold will direct and choreograph.

I Do! I Do! will continue through February 24 in Issaquah before moving to Village Theatre’s Everett, Washington, location from March 1 to March 24. Click here for ticket information.

Joining director Arnold on the artistic team are music director Bruce Monroe, scenic designer David Sumner, lighting designer Thorn Michaels, costume designer Karen Ann Ledger, and resident sound designer Brent Warwick.

The musical, which garnered seven Tony Award nominations in 1967, begins on the wedding day of Michael and Agnes and follows the perils and triumphs of marriage, children, arguments, and more.

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“I am excited to be surrounded by the most incredible cast, crew, and production team a director could ever wish for,” said director and choreographer Arnold in a statement. “We are honored to bring this newly imagined production of a truly classic and timeless musical to the Village Theatre stage.”

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