The aristocratic relatives attempt to educate Bill, their new heir to the throne, and separate him from his Cockney Girlfriend Sally. (Top Row, from left) Ethan Robinson as Sir John Tremayne, Faith Berrigan as Maria, Duchess of Dene, Lauren Dodds as Sally Smith; (Bottom Row, from left): Wesley Jones as Gerald Bolingbroke, Addi Barrett as Lady Jaqueline Carstone, Matthew Hopper as Bill Snibson.
Stratford Playhouse, the 2016 Tommy Tune Award-winning high school for Best Musical, presents “Me and My Girl.” A British musical set in the 1930s, "Me and My Girl" combines memorable music with comic writing to create an evening of pure fun! The musical tells the story of an unapologetically, unrefined cockney gentleman named Bill Snibson, who discovers he is the long-lost fourteenth Earl of Hareford. Non-stop tomfoolery unfolds as Bill attempts to prove himself worthy of his inheritance. As he and his fishmonger girlfriend Sally wrangle for his aristocratic family’s approval, every attempt to groom Bill for nobility results in riotous chaos.
Directed by CeCe Prudhomme, this Tony award-winning musical features a host of quirky characters, witty one-liners, riveting dance numbers, innovative set design and toe-tapping songs that make for an unforgettable evening for the entire family.
The Cockney gentleman Bill and his fishmonger girlfriend Sally.
Doin' "The Lambeth Walk". The Cockneys teach the blue-bloods how to do the “walk” with the spunky Cockney style. Lambeth Walk. (From left) Matthew Hopper as Bill Snibson, Faith Berrigan as Maria, Duchess of Dene, Ethan Robinson, as Sir John Tremayne, Lauren Dodds as Sally Smith.