Goodspeed Opera House
The Goodspeed Opera House, under the direction of Michael P. Price, is dedicated to the preservation of the heritage of the American musical and the development of new works. Thirteen Goodspeed musicals have gone to Broadway -MAN OF LA MANCHA in 1965; SHENENDOAH in 1974; VERY GOOD EDDIE in 1975; SOMETHING’S AFOOT and GOING UP in 1976; ANNIE in 1977; WHOOPEE in 1979; FIVE O’CLOCK GIRL in 1981; LITTLE JOHNNY JONES in 1982; HARRIGAN AND HART in 1984; TAKE ME ALONG in 1985; OH, KAY! in 1990; and THE MOST HAPPY FELLA in 1991.
The Goodspeed Opera House was built in 1876 on the Connecticut River in East Haddam, Connecticut. Since it was restored and reopened in 1963, three musicals ave been produced each season, both revivals and new works. At its nearby Norma Terris Theatre, a unique season of four new musicals is presented each year.
Sue Frost is the Associate Producer and Warren Pincus is the Casting Director of the Goodspeed.