Mary Poppins is set to fly over the rooftops of London and into the new Performing Arts Theatre in Quincy High School! A Quincy Valley Allied Arts production, this family musical features the delightful songs from the cherished Disney film including “A Spoonful of Sugar,” “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” and “Feed The Birds.” Winner of 44 major theatre awards from around the globe, Mary Poppins has captivated audiences for generations with its enchanting story, unforgettable songs and dazzling dance numbers. The broadway musical contains the best elements of the movie with new dialogue written by Julian Fellowes of Downtown Abbey fame and produced by Cameron MacIntosh (The Phantom of the Opera, Hamilton & Les Miserables)

With Direction by Tom Parrish and Kylie Youngren, Musical Direction by Riley Youngren, and Choreography by Megan Stoakes, the cast and crew of over 60 individuals has been working for months to create each production number, set, costume and special effect. The largest undertaking yet for QVAA, Mary Poppins begins the third decade of programming for the non-profit, volunteer organization.

Special effects in the musical version of Mary Poppins will be provided by Flying by Foy, the most widely-respected theatrical flying company in the world.

The cast features Stephanie Moore from Ephrata as Mary Poppins, Taylor Street from Wenatchee as Bert, Paul Slager as George Banks, Carrie Bews as Winifred Banks, and features Lev Roseburg and Emma Foley as the Banks children. The large cast and crew of over 60 hails from all over the Columbia Basin.

Performance dates/times are February 20, 21, 27 and 28 at 7:30 PM. Two Saturday matinees will be performed at 2 PM on February 22 and 29.

Tickets are on sale through Martin-Morris Agency in Quincy for $15. Phone orders via credit card are gladly accepted as well by calling Janice at the MM Agency at (509) 787-3571.

Schedules

  • Occurred Thursday, February 20th, 2020 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Venue

Quincy High School

403 Jackrabbit Street NE
Quincy, WA 98848