Rodgers & Hammerstein’s
South Pacific

West Coast Premiere
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South Pacific

Music By: Richard Rodgers
Lyrics By: Oscar Hammerstein II
Book By: Oscar Hammerstein II and Joshua Logan
Adapted from the Pulitzer Prize winning novel “Tales of the South Pacific” By: James A. Michener

Directed By: Jayne Stevens and Wesley Robert Hanson

August 1-25
Thursday-Saturday 7:30pm
Sunday 2:30pm
Preview August 1, Opening night August 3

An immediate Broadway hit in 1949, South Pacific remains one of the most popular musicals ever written. Transport yourself to an island of beauty and intrigue with Clackamas Rep’s production of this American classic and enjoy hits like “Some Enchanted Evening,” “This Nearly Was Mine,” “Younger Than Springtime,” “There’s Nothing Like a Dame,” “Bali Hai,” and “I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Out of My Hair."

The Cast
Ngana Violet Silva
Jerome Darren Sze
Henry Alex Vue
Nellie Forbush Kelly Sina
Emile de Becque Michael Sharon*
Bloody Mary Kelsey Hoeffel
Liat Briana Kuni
Bloody Mary's Assistant Tayler Uesato
Stewpot Jesse Cromer
Luther Billis Josh Johnson
Professor Mathew Cornett
Joseph Cable Adam Davis
Captain Brackett David Mitchum Brown
Commander Harbison Richard Cohn-Lee

Braden McFarland, Jerrod Neal, Austin Peters, Joesph McConnell, TS McCorrimick, Sarah Rose, Annabella Mumma, Caroline D'Ambrosi, Emma Beckers, Sarah DeGrave, Bailey Jackson, Abby Ingram, Ava Horton

*Member of Actors' Equity Union

Children under the age of six are not admitted to performances. If you have questions about the suitability of the production for older children, please call us at (503) 594-6047.

    Ben Brantley
  • I think a lot of us had forgotten that’s what “South Pacific” is really about. In making the past feel unconditionally present, this production restores a glorious gallery of genuine people who were only waiting to be resurrected.
    Ben Brantley
    NY Times, 2008 Lincoln Center Revival

August 1-25 • Sponsored by Betsy and Wendell White and Pamela Bloom