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Nov 30th - Dec16th 2012
South Bend Civic Theatre presents the charming musical “She Loves Me” in the Wilson Mainstage Auditorium November 30-December 16. “She Loves Me” features a Christmas setting with old world charm and as a holiday offering is an elegant treat. Perfume shop co-workers Georg and Amalia dislike each other at first sight. Arguing and feuding, each only takes comfort in growing affections with their respective anonymous pen pals – unaware they are corresponding with each other! Lovely music by the team who created Fiddler on the Roof makes this a delightful gem of true romance and holiday cheer. Jewel Abram-Copenhaver directs with Rebecca Wilson as musical director featuring Lindsay Baugh, Sarah Beudert, Roy Bronkema, Steve Chung, Dominic Go, Will Heckaman, Jill Hillman, Sean Leyes, Natalie MacRae, Jacob Medich, Michelle Miller, Gary Oesch, Joe Roman, BJ Simpson, Debbie Taylor, and Stephanie Walker in the cast. “She Loves Me” features a book by Joe Masteroff, music by Jerry Bock and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. The show premiered on Broadway in 1963 and ran for 302 performances. Tickets for “She Loves Me” are $21 Friday, Saturday, and Sunday; $18 Wednesday and Thursday. Performances are in the Wilson Mainstage Auditorium November 30-December 16 Fridays and Saturdays at 8 PM, Sundays at 3 PM and Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7:30 PM. **SBCT is offering a special ticket price of $25 for a single ticket to “A Laura Ingalls Wilder Christmas” and “She Loves Me.” Please call the box office at 574-234-1112 or go online at sbct.org.** In addition, on Saturday November 17 at 7 PM SBCT will screen the film “The Shop Around the Corner” as a companion piece to “She Loves Me.” Miklos Laszlo’s “Parfumerie” has been the basis of several films, notably the 1949 musical “In the Good Old Summertime” with Judy Garland and Van Johnson, and “You’ve Got Mail” starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan in 1998. The classic film “The Shop Around the Corner” from 1940 starred James Stewart and Margaret Sullivan as the bickering co-workers, was directed by Ernst Lubitsch, and retains the original setting. Tickets to see the film on November 17 are $5 and include a complimentary soft drink and popcorn.<< Back To Calendar