Let's Twist Again: with the Wanderers

The 1950s: bobby socks, hula hoops and street corner quartets. From an innocent era came stunning harmonies by young guys in matching jackets. These crooners started on the street and serenaded a generation through the ‘50s and ‘60s on boardwalks and rooftops. Featuring songs like “Barbara Ann,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Rockin’ Robin” and “Do You Believe in Magic.”

Director     |     Richard Hopkins
Music Director     |     John Franceschina
Choreographer     |     Stephen Hope
Costume Designer     |     Susan Angermann
Lighting Designer     |     Kate DeWall
Sound     |     Ryan Kilcourse
Pianist     |     Jim Prosser
Eric     |     Eric Collins*
José     |     José Restrepo
Brett     |     Brett Rigby
Teddy     |     Teddy Tinson
*=Returning FST Company Member

"rhythmic harmonies that make you want to sing along" -Sarasota Herald-Tribune

“Hoppin and a boppin...I could sit here and watch it all over again!" -Paula Atwell, The Observer