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Regional News Casting Complete for North Shore Music Theatre’s Mamma Mia! The international hit musical begins performances at the Massachusetts venue in August.
Erica Mansfield
Casting has been announced for the North Shore Music Theatre’s original in-the-round production of Mamma Mia!, which will play the Massachusetts venue August 7–September 2.

David Elder
Directed and choreographed by Kevin P. Hill, the cast will be led by Erica Mansfield as Donna Sheridan, Tiffani Barbour as Rosie, and Tari Kelly as Tanya.

The three actors will be joined by David Elder as Sam Carmichael, Al Bundonis as Bill Austin, Christopher Carl as Harry Bright, Nick Walker Jones as Sky, and Malia Monk as Sophie Sheridan with David Aranjo, Jamie Askey, Victoria Byrd, Ashley Chasteen, EJ Dohring, Briana Fallon, Danielle Marie GQ, Thomasina E. Gross as Ali, Cameron Hobbs as Pepper, Mary Claire King as Lisa, Daniel Marhelko, Andrew Norlen as Father Alexandrios, Elle May Patterson, Jacob Paulson, Merrill Peiffer, Vinnie Smith as Eddie, and David Visini.

The international hit musical features 22 of ABBA’s greatest hits, including “Dancing Queen,” “Super Trouper,” “Take A Chance on Me,” and “The Winner Takes It All.”

The production will also have music direction by Bob Bray, scenic design by Kyle Dixon, costume design by Dana Pinkston, lighting design by Jose Santiago, sound design by Don Hanna, and wig and hair design by Gerard Kelly. The production stage manager is Natalie A. Lynch, the assistant stage manager is Dakotah Wiley Horan, the assistant music director is John Eldridge, the costume coordinator is Kelly Baker, and Briana Fallon is the assistant to the choreographer.

Mamma Mia! is produced for North Shore Music Theatre by Bill Hanney, Kevin P. Hill, and Matthew Chappell.

For tickets, call (978) 232-7200, visit, or visit the box office in person at 62 Dunham Road.

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