How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying - November, 2016

Production team:

Artistic Director: David Ambrose
Music Director: Darryl Burton
Choreographer: Cheri Lindsay-Jarvis
Producer: Lori Girvan
Stage Manager: Melissa Fischer


November 18, 19, 24, 25, 26 at 8pm
November 20, 27 at 2pm

John Elliott Theatre / 9 Church Street / Georgetown


J Pierrepont Finch - Christian Bell-Young
Rosemary Pilkington - Karen Chorney
J.B Biggley - Mark Llewellyn
Bud Frump - David Grimason
Gatch - Bob Gelaznikas
Mr. Twimble - Joe Gomes
Miss Jones - Jane Adair
Hedy LaRue - Holly Bell-Young
Mr. Bratt - Bill Elgie
Smitty - Carolyn Sevigny

Executives, Secretaries and Scrubwomen

Amy Bolton, Barb Cogan, Beth Hawley, Brenda Harrington, Brian Girvan, David Brown, Doug Wilson, Heather MacKenzie, Jon Dobbin, Lee-Ann Jones,,Leslie Hoyle, Mary Bilik Udell, Matt Klassen, Nanci McNeil-Llewellyn, Nick Schumacker, Nika Robitaille, Shannon Stubbington, Theresa Larson


Susan Ormiston as the "Book Voice"


Globe Productions presents a tune-filled musical comedy that follows the life of J. Pierrepont Finch as he navigates through the business world, and falls in love in the span of a couple of hours.

For all of the Mad Men lovers out there looking for a dash of the 60s in today’s world, Globe’s How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying will “suit” you just fine!  Dapper executives, slinky secretaries, secret affairs and other shenanigans await!

Not many musicals can claim to be Pulitizer Prize winners. How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying is one of only 9 musicals that has won this prestigious award!  It shares this distinction with shows such as Hamilton, Rent and A Chorus Line.

Tickets are now available at the John Elliott Theatre box office or online at How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying runs November 18-27, 2016.

Globe Productions

Georgetown Globe Productions is a not-for-profit musical theatre group whose members live in Halton Hills and the surrounding areas.