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Sunday
Nov272016

Meet Hannah Ripp-Dieter and Jordan Peterson, cast members of BIG FISH

Four Seasons Theatre and Theatre LILA present BIG FISH, December 2–11 at The Playhouse at Overture.  Performances are Thursday, Fridays, and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 2:00 p.m.

Edward Bloom never wanted an ordinary life, so he learned to explore his imagination. His incredible stories thrill everyone around him—except his son Will, who insists on separating fact from fiction. As Edward’s final chapter approaches, Will embarks on his own journey to find out who his father really is, slowly uncovering the man behind the myth and the nugget of truth in each tall tale. 

Tickets ($35 adults, $20 students) are available at the Overture Center Box Office at (608) 258-4141 or online at http://www.overturecenter.org

 

Hannah Ripp-Dieter (Josephine Bloom) holds her degree in acting from UW-Madison. Recent credits include Held (Fringe NYC); The Rocky Horror Show (OUT!cast heatre); Pride & Prejudice, The Game of Love and Chance, and Travesties (American Players Theatre, u/s); Spring Awakening (UW Undergraduate Theatre Association); and Housebound (self-written/produced). Favorite past roles include anything she has ever played that was originally intended for a man. 

Jordan Peterson has been honored to perform with several local companies including MTG, Music Theatre of Madison, Baraboo Theatre Guild, St. Bernard Players, OUT!Cast Theatre, The Bricks Theatre, and Four Seasons Theatre. FST credits include Spamalot (Lancelot), Assassins (Czolgosz), RENT (Mark), and South Pacific (Lt. Cable).  Other theatre credits include Guys and Dolls, Into the Woods, and One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest.