The Loush Sisters Love Dick’ns: Oops!… They Did It Again

Created by Liz Conway, Michael Seevers Jr., and Beth Wood.
Directed by Beth Wood.

November 21, 2019 - December 21, 2019

7:30pm, Thu/Fri/Sat, Gordon Square Theatre. Previews November 21. Opening Night is November 22. (No show November 28.)

2 hours and 15 min plus a 15 min intermission.

This holiday season, join Holly and Jolly Loush (aka The Loush Sisters) for their deeply anticipated return to the stage in a bawdy, boozy, over-the-top holiday cabaret. Fueled by song, sidekicks, and a hefty dose of “holiday cheer,” The Loush Sisters reimagine A Christmas Carol as you’ve never, ever seen it before. World Premiere.

This show is for grown-ups! 18+ only, please.

Featuring: Liz Conway, Beth Wood, and Sheffia Randall Dooley*+ with Wesley Allen, Mylin R. Cartwright, Madelyn Hayes, Kevin Kelly, Caitlin Lewins, Mike Majer, Colleen McCaughey, Nina Takács

*Actor appears courtesy of Actors' Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
+2019/2020 Premiere Fellow

GROUP DISCOUNTS available throughout the run. Purchase 8+ tickets and receive 20% off! Purchase 8+ tickets and receive 20% off! Purchase 8+ Premium Tickets and you’ll also receive two complimentary bottles of wine (non-alcoholic options available)! Call to reserve (216) 631-2727 ext. 501.

The Gordon Square Theatre is ADA compliant featuring a ramped entrance and an all gender, wheelchair accessible restroom.

Have accessible seating requests? Call the Box Office to reserve: (216) 631.2727 x501.

Preview: $20 General Admission, $25 Premium
Thursday: $25 General Admission, $30 Premium
Friday/Saturday: $45 General Admission, $50 Premium

The Creative Production Team Includes:

Raymond Bobgan – Producer
Michael Seevers Jr. – Associate Director, Choreographer, Music Director
Molly Andrews-Hinders – Line Producer
Shannon McManus – Stage Manager
Beth Wood – Scenic Designer
Benjamin Gantose – Lighting Designer
Inda Blatch-Geib – Costume Designer
Kasey Gilder – Sound Designer
Jeannette Mwaki – Master Electrician/Assistant Lighting Designer
Cole Sajovie – Assistant Stage Manager/Sound Operator
Buck McDaniel – Accompanist

Remarkable Rating:

About Co-Creator Liz Conway

Liz Conway is thrilled to be reviving the Loush Sisters for another go-round of holiday debauchery. As co-creator and performer, Liz has been living the Loush Sister life for over 15 years. She is proud to be called a core artist at CPT and is an award-winning actor who has performed on stages throughout Northeast Ohio. She currently serves as the Board Chair at Talespinner Children’s Theatre, the only professional children’s theatre in Cleveland. When not doing extensive research into booze and pop songs, she is raising the next generation of Loush Sisters with her husband in Cleveland.

About Co-Creator, Associate Director, Choreographer, & Music Director Michael Seevers Jr.

Michael began his college studies as a Spanish Education major at Bowling Green State University, but the theatre bug was still too great and he switched his major to Theatre Management at Baldwin Wallace College. Michael is a classically trained pianist, as well as a singer, dancer, and actor. He has performed, in all capacities, all over Northeast Ohio. He won a best lead actor award for his work as Sparky in Forever Plaid. Michael was Carlo Cannoli in Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding for a year run at the Hanna Theatre. In 2001 he became “Mr. Bitch” in Cleveland Public Theatre’s wildly successful two-season run of Hedwig and the Angry Inch, culminating in the Original Cleveland Cast Recording. In 2003 during Mrs. Bob Cratchit’s Wild Christmas Binge at CPT, he met cast members Beth Wood and Liz Conway and the Spleeny Sisters were born – later changing the name to The Loush Sisters (that’s loose and lush, but fancy) for their 2011 Playhouse Square one-act production.

About Co-Creator, Director, & Scenic Designer Beth Wood

Beth Wood is the Associate Artistic Director & Director of Production at CPT. As a director of adventurous scripted work, she has been honored as a director of superior achievement by the Cleveland Critics Circle in 2016, 2015, and 2013, and has directed seven world premieres and eight regional premieres, during her twelve-year tenure at CPT. In 2016, she was awarded a TCG Leadership U[niversity] Continuing Ed grant to research long-term new play development models across the country. Recently, she has been working with Nikkole Salter to develop Nikkole’s new play Breakout Session (or Frogorse), a CPT commission supported by the National New Play Network, and will direct the world premiere in February 2020. Her CPT directing credits include Gloria by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, Lines in the Dust by Nikkole Salter, the NNPN Rolling World Premiere of in a word by Lauren Yee, There Is a Happiness That Morning Is by Mickle Maher, Barbecue and Antebellum by Robert O’Hara, FEVER/DREAM by Sheila Callaghan, Why Torture is Wrong and the People Who Love Them by Christopher Durang, and BOOM by Peter Sinn Nachtrieb.

Get ready to celebrate the holidays Loush-style with the infamous martini-loving, delightfully inappropriate, larger-than-life Loush Sisters! (That’s loose, and lush, but fancy.)

This year, Holly and Jolly (and Butter Rum!) are taking us on a brand-new, “Rated R for Raucous” adventure. The Loush Sisters Love Dick’ns: Oops!… They Did It Again is a joyous, belly-laugh-inducing, and ridiculously fun way to get into the spirit of the season. So give yourself a treat—come by yourself, grab a buddy, or bring a gaggle of friends, relatives, or fun-loving office mates. (You can treat your wallet as well and save $5 on each ticket if you purchase by this Monday, November 11. And if you want to buy a table, we urge you to make like Holly and Jolly and move fast—tables are already almost sold out!)

Leave your worries at the door and sit back, relax, and enjoy the roller coaster that is Loush!

“You’re just going to laugh, and have so much fun… when people leave the theatre [after seeing a Loush Sisters show], they have smiles on their faces. They forget about all their troubles for a night.”

-Michael Seevers Jr., Co-Creator, Associate Director, Choreographer, & Music Director of The Loush Sisters Love Dick’ns: Oops!… They Did It Again

Meet Holly and Jolly

Holly and Jolly Loush learned to wow crowds at an early age from intensive training at the foot of their icon, Judy Garland (who they’ve never met), and the strict tutelage of Mama Loush, who also has a proclivity for, um, spending time with Santa (who the sisters believe is their Daddy).

After their successful “What Chew Talk In About Willis?” Tour in their basement, Holly and Jolly got their start at the esteemed Pilot Travel Center in Richfield, OH, before landing their first paid gig at Sea World in Geauga County, performing as seals* alongside their wiser sister Butter Rum (*understudy). But it wasn’t until Holly and Jolly found their home at a windowless, low-lit, seedy extraordinary low-cost dance center on West 117th Street that their careers really took off. (To read the sisters’ full story about their steps to stardom, click here.)

“The Loush Sisters are all about celebrating family… it’s just like being together with your loved ones, whether that’s your genetic family or your chosen family, and enjoying one another during the holidays.”

-Beth Wood, CPT Associate Artistic Director & Director of Production, and Co-Creator, Director, Scenic Designer, & cast member of The Loush Sisters Love Dick’ns: Oops!… They Did It Again

What have The Loush Sisters been up to since we last saw them?

In 2017, we witnessed Holly, Jolly, and Butter Rum battle villains and avert disaster in The Loush Sisters get HARD for the Holidays (Yippie-Kai-Yay Mother-Loushers). They spent the majority of 2018 and 2019 at a “spa” before busting themselves out to take advantage of a really awesome international tour opportunity. It’s been a huge success and a wild time (speaking of wild times… where has Butter Rum been?), and they can’t wait to tell everyone about it at the next stop on their tour… Cleveland!

“The members of the cast are powerhouses. The sound that comes from them is joyous, it is lifting, it’s powerful.”

-Liz Conway, Co-Creator & cast member of The Loush Sisters Love Dick’ns: Oops!… They Did It Again

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