All Hands On Deck Oct. 20 – Nov. 12, 2017
Portland Musical Theater Company presents
All Hands On Deck!
October 20 – November 12, 2017
America’s #1 Patriotic Show
Finally Comes to Oregon
Directed by Deanna Maio
In a hurry, Get Your Tickets Now or call 971-225-SHOW.
ALL HANDS ON DECK! is an All-Singing, All-American 1942 Roadshow & Radio Broadcast reproduction filled with the songs, dances and laughs that America has loved for 70 years!
With classic commercials, tight harmonies, impromptu skits, and 42 of the greatest American songs ever written, ALL HANDS ON DECK! offers a musical message for all Americans with a full-circle patriotic salute celebrating the American way of life; reminding us of a time when our country was fully united.
Tickets for All Hands On Deck! are now available now here or by calling the Portland Musical Theater Company box office at 971-225-SHOW.
The show will be held at Mister Theater, located at 1847 East Burnside Street, Portland Oregon 97214
October 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29
November 3, 4, 5, 10, 12
Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm
Sundays at 2pm
Get Your Tickets Now or call the box office at 971-225-SHOW
All Hands On Deck! features 42 of the
Greatest American songs ever written!
|America The Beautiful
Any Bonds Today
Atchison, Topeka, Santa Fe
Bei Mir Bist Du Schon
Bidin’ My Time
By The Light Of The Silvery Moon
Clothes For Three Days
Deep In The Heart Of Texas
Der Fuehrer’s Face
Don’t Fence Me In
Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree
Embraceable You Mailbag
Hate To Get Up In The Morning
I Can Dream, Can’t I
I’ll Never Smile Again
I’m In The Mood For Love
I’ve Got A Crush On You
I’ve Got A Gal In Kalamazoo
I’ve Heard That Song Before
The Man I Love
ALL HANDS ON DECK! was born of a heart filled with gratitude and patriotism.
Creator and star Jody Madaras wanted to write a show that would say “Thank you” to the greatest generation – the men and women who served our country during WWII and The Korean Conflict — and also remind Americans of a time when our country was truly united.
Madaras said, “This new 1940’s show is very special to me — I spent nearly four years writing it.” The Ohio farm boy knew he wanted to say something important. “We are reminded everyday that our country has challenges. I wanted to write about patriotic unity, what’s right about our country, and thank our veterans in a musical way. I know how much these songs mean to them. I wanted audiences to leave feeling a little better and happier about our country.”
Madaras used the Hollywood Victory Caravan — a group of famous film stars who toured America by train in 1942 selling war bonds — as the setting for his new show. “When I got the idea to do the show, one of the things I found was that no one had ever done a show based on the Caravan. It was a huge part of the war effort and no one had ever fully honored them.”
“1942 was one of the most pivotal years in world history paving the way for much of the prosperity we enjoy in this great country of ours.
That’s our theme: being united, then and now.”
Come and see the show — and increase the fun by coming dressed in your favorite 1940s inspired look.
This family-friendly show runs 2 hours including a 15 minute intermission. And while the content family friendly, the show is recommended for ages 8 and up due to its length.
- Rich Cohn-Lee as Ted Crosley
- Nate Ayers as John Hanley
- Deanna Maio as Betty Black
- Ashley Moore as Daisy Maxwell
October 29 features Ava Anderson as Betty Blake (instead of Deanna Maio)
November 4 features Caitriona Johnston as Daisy Maxwell (instead of Ashley Moore)
Special savings available for Groups of 10 or more.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (971) 225-SHOW for groups of 10 or more.
Get Your Tickets Online Now or call 971-225-SHOW
About Portland Musical Theater Company
Portland Musical Theater Company seeks to inspire others to get into the arts through performances and educational programs. The programming and productions are selected to serve two fundamental truths- that each of us is special and has unique gifts to contribute to the world, and that we’re more alike and connected than we realize. As the organization believes in the uniqueness of the individual, their programs seek to bring out the individual strengths of each student, while productions seek to create community and connection.
All Hands On Deck!
-a new 1940’s show-
Conceived by JODY MADARAS & QUINCY MARR
Book and Musical Arrangements by JODY MADARAS
Additional Music and Lyrics by JODY MADARAS
Presented by permission of Miracle or 2 Productions, Inc.