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Florida Theatre
128 East Forsyth Street
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Box Office - 904.355.2787

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MAME in Concert

MAME in Concert
Florida Theatre and Theatre Jax present an “in concert” production of the Broadway musical Mame. Set in mid-20th century New York City, Mame Dennis is an eccentric bohemian with wealthy friends, whose fabulous life is interrupted by the arrival of the young son of her late brother. The plot covers their adventures from the beginning of the depression through WWII. With a book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert Edwin Lee, the music and lyrics by Jerry Herman include “We Need a Little Christmas,” “Bosom Buddies,” “If He Walked Into My Life,” and one of the best known title songs of the American Musical Theatre, “Mame.”

This “in concert” Broadway production features a full 26-piece orchestra on stage with a 30-member chorus, conducted by Jacksonville native Joey Chancey, whose Broadway credits include An American in Paris; Beautiful, The Carole King Musical; Gigi; and Annie.

Linda Purl stars as Mame. Her Broadway credits include The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, and Getting and Spending. She is best known for screen roles as Fonzie’s girlfriend Ashley Pfister on Happy Days, Pam Beesly’s mother Helene on The Office, and Ben Matlock's daughter Charlene on Matlock.

Dorothy Bishop co-stars as Mame’s best friend Vera Charles. A Jacksonville native, she appeared in the first Broadway national tour of Terrence McNally’s Master Class opposite Faye Dunaway, and is best known in NYC for her long-running cabaret hit, The Dozen Divas Show.

The production is directed by Jean Tait, whose Off Broadway credits include The Pearly Gates, Hijab at First Sight, The Proceedings, and It Gets Better.