Outlaws and Angels

November 20, 2019 - March 15, 2020  I  Goldstein Cabaret

A rousing celebration of songs by the rugged outlaws of country music and the angels who loved them. With hits by legendary “outlaws” like Hank Williams, Willie Nelson, and Johnny Cash and “angels” such as Patsy Cline and Dolly Parton, Outlaws and Angels tells the American story of lessons learned from hard knocks and lively living. Featuring such songs as “I Walk the Line,” “Desperado,” and "The Devil Went Down to Georgia."

Outlaws and Angels, by Richard Hopkins and Rebecca Hopkins, with arrangements by Jim Prosser. 

Run Time: 90 minutes with a 15 minute intermission

To view a large print verison of our playbill, click here. 


Director  |  Catherine Randazzo
Music Director  |  Darren Server
Costume Designer  |  Susan Angermann
Lighting Designer  |  Michael Cummings
Sound Designer  |  Thom Korp

Joe Casey
Nick Lerangis
Rosie Webber
Madalyn McHugh
J Vance
Cat Patterson

Joe Casey is thrilled and grateful to be back at FST. FST: Guitar Girls, Blue Suede Shoes, Million Dollar Quartet, American Pie, and Poems, Prayers & Promises. Regional: The Bridges Of Madison County (Robert Kincaid), Million Dollar Quartet (Johnny Cash), The Crucible (John Proctor), Betrayal (Jerry), Honeymoon In Vegas (Tommy Korman), Nite Club Confidential (Buck Holden), ‘57 Chevy (Elvis Presley), Assassins (Czolgosz), Spike Heels (Edward), Wait Until Dark (Mike). New York: Allen Wilder 2.0 (Michael), The Great American Backstage Musical (Johnny Brash). National Tours: Joseph...Dreamcoat (Pharaoh). TV: The Knick, A Crime To Remember, and The Hunt With John Walsh.

Nick Lerangis is so excited to be returning to FST for Outlaws and Angels! He is a musician, singer, songwriter, actor/musician, and producer born and raised in New York City. He has written Billboard top 50-charting songs with electro-rock darlings Walk the Moon, toured with them and many other bands, and played in the pits of musicals. Off-Broadway: Between Gods and Kings (Bedlam). Regional and More: Once (FST, St. Michael's Playhouse); Once More, With Feeling; Into The Woods; The Threepenny Opera. Nick recently released Cannon & deVaron, which is available anywhere music is streamed.

Madalyn McHugh Based in New York City, Michigan native Madalyn McHugh graduated with a BA in music, going on to complete NYC’s most Broadway-integrated training program, the Open Jar Institute. McHugh’s repertoire spans the genres of Musical Theatre–Opera, Pop, Country, and Contemporary Christian. Notable achievements include her studio album, Stepping Stone, her performances as the opening act for Kevin Bacon, Frank Vignola, and Sidewalk Prophets and her performance in the NYC reading of The Invisible Boy.

Cat Patterson is thrilled to return to Florida Studio Theatre! Off-Broadway, she appeared as the Baggage Handler in The Signature Project (Dunning, LLC). Her credits include Martha in Spring Awakening (Three of Cups); Bank Manager in Once (Oregon Cabaret Theatre); and Cindy Lou in The Marvelous Wonderettes (Little Town Players). She holds a BA in Acting/Directing and International Affairs from Baldwin Wallace University and a certificate from the Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin, Ireland.

J Vance is thrilled to be performing again on the Florida Studio Theatre stage! He was a member of the Acting Apprentice Company from 2017-2018. Throughout his career, he has appeared as Robin in Robin Hood (FST), Herbie in Minnie's Boys (Porchlight Music Theatre), and Crabbe in The Ballad of Lefty and Crabbe - Workshop Production (Underscore Theatre Company).

Rosie Webber is an Alabama native singer, actress, and songwriter based out of New York City. She previously toured the country with the Tony Award-winning musical, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder.
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The Desperado

Grit and Grace

The Southern Belle

An Outlaw and a Gentleman


Melting Pot Music

Purely American

Where It All Began


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