The 2018 Season
Mamma Mia!

July 5 – July 22

New Production

You’ve been asking for it and the time has finally come! This mega hit is sure to have you dancing in the aisles – just don’t do it during the blackouts!

The most requested musical in the the history of The Mac-Haydn finally arrives! Betsy Padamonsky leads the all star cast as Donna, revisiting a role she has performed on The National Tour and regionally. Broadway World said of her performance as Donna: “Padamonsky is quite the revelation in that she really brings her own interpretation… Padamonsky focuses on the lyrics and Donna’s motivation with each number showcasing her character’s independent streak.” We are so excited to have her with us.

Joining her are the magnificent Madison Stratton as Tanya. Our audiences will best remember her as The Lady of The Lake in last season’s hillarious Spamalot. Erin Spears and Kelly Gabrielle Murphy round out the wonderful women in our cast. Spears has been seen in numerous roles with us including Alice Beineke in Addams Family and Sister Mary Patrick in Sister Act. Murphy is well remembered as a beautiful Johanna in our haunting Sweeney Todd last season.

Three Mac-Haydn favorites return as the men of the piece. Gabe Belyeu as Sam, Colin Pritchard as Bill, and Steve Hassmer as Harry.

The inventive and high energy Bryan Knowlton directs and choreographs. A veteran of Mac-Haydn, Bryan’s directorial work includes La Cage Aux Folles and last season’s Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Kevin Gleason designs the sets and Bethany Marx designs the costumes.

Running for 3 big weeks and featuring all the biggest ABBA hits, Mamma Mia! is so much fun, we are certain that once will not be enough! Get your tickets today as the season is selling out fast.

Production Video

Production Photos
Cast And Creatives
Director / Choreographer Bryan Knowlton
Donna Betsy Padamonsky
Sophie Sheridan Kelly Gabrielle Murphy
Tanya Madison Stratton
Rosie Erin Spears Ledford
Sam Carmichael Gabe Belyeu
Bill Austin Colin Pritchard
Harry Bright Steve Hassmer

The Season