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Wednesday Matinees

  • 11:30am: Dinner & Show Arrival

  • 1:00pm: Show Only Arrival

  • 1:30pm: Performance Start

Thurs. - Sat. Evenings

  • 5:30pm: Dinner & Show Arrival

  • 7:00pm: Show Only Arrival

  • 7:30pm: Performance Start

Sunday Matinees

  • 1:00pm: Dinner & Show Arrival

  • 2:30pm: Show Only Arrival

  • 3:00pm: Performance Start

If your ticket includes a meal, please note that dinner service stops 45 minutes prior to the performance’s start.


Adult - $72

Senior (65+) - $67

Child (3 to 12) - $48

*Adult Show Only - $53

*Child Show Only - $37

*Show Only Tickets must be purchased by contacting the Riverside Box Office.

There will be a $5.00 online processing fee added per ticket.


Please e-mail our Head Chef at executivechef@riversidedt.com. Please contact us at least 7 days in advance so that we may accommodate your request.

July 24 - September 15, 2019

Lyrics by

Oscar Hammerstein II

Music by

Richard Rodgers


Book by

Oscar Hammerstein II and Joshua Logan

Adapted from the Pulitzer Prize winning novel “Tales of the South Pacific” by James Michener

Set against the dramatic background of an idyllic South Pacific island during WWII, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific intertwines the themes of romance, duty, and prejudice to create a story that is all at once hilarious, heartbreaking, and thought-provoking. Based on the anecdotes of a real-life U.S. Navy commander stationed on an island, the musical follows two intercultural love stories: Nellie, a spunky nurse from Arkansas, falls in love with Emile, a French plantation owner on the island who has two children from his late Polynesian wife; at the same time, U.S. Lieutenant Cable falls for a beautiful island native named Liat. Both Americans find themselves struggling to reconcile their own cultural prejudices with their amorous feelings, all the while under the dark cloud of a war that is coming ever closer to their island paradise.

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific

is presented through special arrangement with Rodgers & Hammerstein Theatrical. 

All authorized performance materials are also supplied by R&H Theatrical.



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Branch Fields

Emile de Becque

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Kate Marshall

Ensign Nellie Forbush

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Kadejah Oné

Bloody Mary

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Joey Birchler

Lieutenant Joseph Cable, United States Marine Corps

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Alan Hoffman

Luther Billis

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Robert John Biedermann

Captain George Brackett, United States Navy

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Sally Roehl


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Ian Lane

Commander William Harbison, United States Navy

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Raina Chan


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Silas Iem


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Adelyne Anderson

Ensign Cora McRea

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Elizabeth C. Butler

Ensign Bessie Noonan

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Andrea Kahane

Lieutenant Genevieve Marshall

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Shana Lambert


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Katie Little

Ensign Janet MacGregor

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Erica Morchower

Ensign Sue Yaeger

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Stephanie Wood

Ensign Dinah Murphy/Dance Captain

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Kevin Cleary

Yemon Herbert Quale/Radio Operator/Seabee

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Cody Hall

Tom O’Brien, Sailor

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Colby LeRoy

Stewpot (Carpenter’s Mate Second Class, George Watts)

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Wilson Pezzuto

Lieutenant Buzz Adams

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Andrew Prowant

Johnny Noonan, Seabee

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C. Alexander Smith

Richard West, Seabee

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Theron Smith III


Creative Team

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 Michener

Produced by

Patrick A’Hearn

Directed and Choreographed by

Penny Ayn Maas

Music Direction by

Angela Donadio

Scenic Design by

Frank Foster

Lighting Design by

Michael Jarett

Costume Design by

Kyna Chilcot

Sound Design by

Billy Timms

Production Stage Manager

Jessica Dotson

Properties Master & Set Dresser

Bridgid K. Burge