Seattle Music Theatre presents South Pacific

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Seattle Music Theatre concludes season with sweeping romance "SOUTH PACIFIC".
Marissa Ryder as Nellie Forbush and John Carroll as Emile de Becque in SOUTH PACIFIC
at Seattle Music Theatre. Photo by Nataworry Photography

Seattle Musical Theatre concludes its 38th season with SOUTH PACIFIC. Considered one of the finest musicals ever written, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s SOUTH PACIFIC is set in an island paradise during World War II and tells the sweeping saga of two parallel love stories that are threatened by the realities of war and prejudice.

The songs, deeply ingrained in American culture, include the romantic “Some Enchanted Evening” and “Younger than Springtime,” the spirited “There is Nothing Like a Dame” and the reflective “This Nearly Was Mine.”

Directed and choreographed by Phil Lacey. Music Direction by Brandon Peck.
Casey Raiha as Lt. Cable and
Liz Oyama as Liat in
Seattle Music Theatre.
Photo by Nataworry Photography

SMT’s production of this timely and stunning musical boasts Director and Choreographer Phil Lacey at the helm and Brandon Peck music directing a both funny and romantic score. 

SOUTH PACIFIC plays Apr 8 - May 1, 2016. Single tickets (starting at $20) are on sale online now.

The cast of SOUTH PACIFIC features local favorites Marissa Ryder as Nellie Forbush, John Carroll as Emile de Becque, Casey Raiha as Lt. Cable, Rachel Rene as Bloody Mary, Liz Oyama as Liat. The ensemble includes Morgan Bader, Meagan Castillo, Charlie Chittenden, Andrew Coopman, Caelan Creaser, Alex Gallo, Timothy Joyce, Christina Masson,Sean O’Bannon, Tony Pallozzi, Alana Peters, Nick Perry (also Associate Choreographer), and Sarah Mather. Kiana and Kalia DeLeon will share the role of Ngana and Keagan DeLeon will play Jerome.

The production team includes set and lighting design by Ahren Buhman, sound design by Michael Connolly, and costumes by Margaret Toomey.

Seattle Musical Theatre is located at Magnuson Park, 7120 62nd Ave NE, Seattle 98115.


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