October 25 - November 18, 2012
Ordway McKnight Theatre

Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim  •  Book by George Furth  •  Music Direction by Jerry Rubino  •  Choreography by Michael Matthew Ferrell  •  Directed by Peter Rothstein

As Minnesota grapples with defining marriage, Latté Da presents Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s insightful and hilarious examination of marriage in contemporary society. On the night of his 35th birthday, confirmed bachelor Bobby contemplates his unmarried state. Surrounded by “those good and crazy people, his married friends,” Bobby weighs the pros and cons of married life, leading to one of the most profound conclusions in the American theater. Company showcases Sondheim at his brilliant, witty best, with the songs Another Hundred People, The Ladies Who Lunch, etc. The original production won 6 Tony Awards including Best Musical, Best Score, Best Lyrics and Best Book.

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.



This is truly great ‘company.’
— Star Tribune
Bierbrauer...has become a bona fide star.
— City Pages
Bursting with talent.
— The Pioneer Press
This is another brilliant production by Theater Latté Da.
— Cherry and Spoon
COMPANY is definitively recommended.




Director: Peter Rothstein
Music Director: Jerry Rubino
Choreographer: Michael Matthew Ferrell
Music Supervisor: Denise Prosek
Scenic & Lighting Designer: Tom Mays
Costume Designer: Rich Hamson
Sound Designer: Collin Sherraden
Production Stage Manager: Tiffany K. Orr
Technical Director: Jason Allyn-Schwerin
Production Manager: Dylan Wright
Assistant Director: Joseph Stodola
Assistant Stage Manager: Lisa M. Smith
Assistant Costume Designer: Mattie Ernst
Wardrobe: BethMarie Hansen
Light Board Operator: Allana Olson
Projections Operator: Kathleen Henely
Assistant Technical Directors: Christine Esterl & Tim Gross
Scenic Charge: Angelique Powers
Master Carpenter: Mike Allen

Carpenters: Adam Ehret, Steven Horstmann, Matthew Kraft, Daniel Laird, James Mallek, Collin O’Brien

Robert: Dieter Bierbrauer
Sarah: Julie Madden
Harry: Ken Rosen
Susan: Cheryl Hoffman
Peter: Kevin Leines
Jenny: Kim Kivens
David: Matt Rein
Amy: Suzy Kohane
Paul: David Darrow
Joanne: Jody Briskey
Larry: Jim Pounds
Marta: Andrea San Miguel
Kathy: Sara Ochs
April: Heidi Bakke