It is with a heavy heart that we are forced to announce that SLOC will remain closed through the end of our 93rd season and, as such, Bright Star will not be performed as scheduled. The Board of Directors is closely monitoring guidelines from the CDC as well as state and federal mandates on public gathering and will make a future announcement about when we will be able to reopen our doors. If you have a ticket to Bright Star, please hold on to it. When we’re able to make a concrete decision on the future of our productions, we will communicate with ticket holders about their options. It is our expectation that we will be able to present our 94th season starting in September as scheduled. Your patience and continued support is greatly appreciated. Please stay tuned for further updates.
Inspired by a true story.
Director MICHAEL CAMELO
Music Director ADRIENNE SHERMAN
Choreographer EMILY FULLER
Producer AMY CLARK
Bright Star is an uplifting theatrical journey taking places in the American South in the 1920s and 40s. Featuring a Grammy-nominated bluegrass score by Steven Martin and Edie Brickell, Bright Star tells a powerful tale of love, redemption, and human connection.
Bright Star is presented by special arrangement with Theatrical Rights Worldwide (TRW).
- Alice Murphy: Molly Rose McGrath
- Billy Cane: Matt Dembling
- Daddy Cane: Robert Farquharson
- Margo: Allison McArdle
- Daryl: Ryan Fuchs
- Lucy: Lesley O’Donnell
- Jimmy Ray Dobbs: Shawn Olander-Hahn
- Mayor Dobbs: Joshua Gurwitz
- Mama Murphy: Suzanne Talarico-Rucinski
- Daddy Murphy: Dave Dixon
- Max: Ryan Nolan
- Florence: Carolyn Frantz
- Edna: Betsy Rees
- Stanford: Stephen Foust
- Dr. Norquist: Cody Logan
- Government Clerk: Claudia Bertasso
- Well-Dressed Woman: Diane Skibinski
- Ensemble: Kody Carpenter, Caitlyn Efner, Matthew Joseph, Ella Palmer, Damion Virgo