Book by James Goldman
Music/Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
“FOLLIES is truly awesome and, if it is not consistently good, it is always great” – Martin Gottfried
The Weismann Theatre in New York City is being razed for a parking lot. After decades of presenting beautiful Weismann Girls in those lavish Weismann Follies, all the memories will disappear—for a parking lot. But before that happens, Dimitri Weismann will host one last night of celebration with the stars of the past three decades. Among the guests are two couples who are plunged into the past and are made to face their folly in life. Music fills the evening: “Broadway Baby”, “I’m Still Here”, “Losing My Mind” and many more, completing the wonderful evening called FOLLIES. You may even catch a glimpse of the ghost of a former showgirl or two.
Teens and Adults
Tickets- $20 adults, $10 students (plus fees)
Due to several positive Covid-19 cases among the cast and crew of FOLLIES, we are postponing the performances for this weekend, April 29 – May 1. Performances have been reschedule for May 19, 21, and 22. If you have tickets for Friday, April 29, your tickets will be automatically moved to Thursday, May 19 at 7:30 PM. If you have tickets for Saturday, April 30, your tickets will be automatically moved to Saturday, May 21 at 7:30 PM. If you have tickets for Sunday, May 1, your tickets will be automatically moved to Sunday, May 22 at 6:30 PM. Please note the change in time for Sunday, May 22. If the new dates do not work for you, please request an exchange, refund, or donate your value of your tickets by contacting the box office at 989.893.5555, emailing email@example.com, or by completing the google form below.
Michael J. Wisniewski
Michael has been involved with Bay City Players for many years. He currently serves on the Board of Directors, is a past President, and has volunteered in almost every capacity of the organization. He is the current chair for the Play-Reading Committee and Set Design and Decoration. Michael has performed on stage in dozens of shows, has spent countless hours designing and decorating sets and has directed many shows for Bay City Players including RENT, COMPANY, LES MISERABLES, THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, CRAZY FOR YOU, ANNIE, PORTRAITS, just to name a few. Michael has also directed BLITHE SPIRIT and ANYTHING GOES at Pit and Balcony and ASSASSINS at Midland’s Center Stage Theatre. He has also been in several productions for Midlands Music Society and most recently was seen on stage in Midland’s Center Stage Theatre’s production of THE DROWSY CHAPERONE and PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE. Michael is also a current board member for CTAM. Obviously, his hobby is theatre but in his free time he enjoys gardening, trips to Stratford and spending time with his two adorable Boston Terriers.
James Hohmeyer retired in 2017 from his position as Artistic director and conductor at the Midland Center for the Arts. Currently, he is the music director for the United Church of Christ. He teaches piano & organ in the music studio he shares with Susan Mercy, who teaches piano, violin, viola and cello. In 2010 he was the conductor of the Hollywood Concert Orchestra on a national tour with SHIRLEY JONES IN A NIGHT AT THE OSCARS. His multi-faceted background includes a 30-year career as a Detroit-area educator, jazz pianist, theatrical conductor and conductor/pianist/arranger for the Michigan Opera Theater touring programs. He has also been the conductor of the Michigan Jazz Trail Big Band. In 2014, Hohmeyer was named the Midland Musician of the Year. He is an adjudicator for the Michigan School Vocal Music Association and an active member of the Mid-Michigan Music Teachers Association, where he conducts the annual Keyboard Festival in January and runs the Student Achievement Testing program. Hohmeyer enjoys flying his club’s Cessna Skyhawk and Piper Warrior planes for Young Eagles flights for the EAA.
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