I Do! I Do!

Book and lyrics by Tom Jones, Music by Harvey Schmidt

directed by Bradford Blake & musical direction by Charles Smith

September 22,23 28,29,30, October 1 6,7 13,14 21,22 2017

"I Do I Do" is a musical with a book and lyrics by Tom Jones (The Fantasticks) and music by Harvey Schmidt which is based on the Jan de Hartog play The Fourposter. The original Broadway production received seven Tony Award nominations.

The show begins in 1895 with Michael and Agnes on their wedding day. Their vows behind them, they look forward to spending the rest of their lives together. We watch as they go through their wedding night jitters, raise a family and negotiate midlife crises. Michael eventually admits to his infidelity, and, although Agnes is angered by his actions, she forgives him and the couple reconciles. They rediscover how much they really need each other. Then, after 50 years of marriage, the couple leaves their house to the next pair of newlyweds.



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Cast List

He (Michael) Jonathan Jacobson


She (Agnes) Carey Van Hollen



Production Staff

Director and Choreographer Bradford Blake

Musical Director Charles Smith

Stage Manager Kathy Bolster

Stage Crew Frank Arcaro and James Booth

Costumer Lauren Nicole Sherwood

Set Design Bradford Blake, James Hipp

Set Construction James Hipp

Lighting Design Leif Smith

Lighting Board Operator Jessica Rehaag

Scenic Painter Peter Fragola

Props Mary Kimball, Peter Fragola, Carey Van Hollen, Jonathan Jacobson, Kathy Bolster, Christine Daley, Bradford Blake

Child's painting Jackson Fragola

House Managers Mary Kimball, Christine Daley, Jill Pace

Photography Ghostlight Photography

Producer Christine Daley


Special Thanks

Mary Kimball, Robert Kogut, Francis A.Daley, Jim Hipp, Clara Smith, Bolster Rehearsal Studios, Suzi Pettibone, Joyce Northrop


Set Design


Production Reviews

Yes, we do love I Do! I Do!

Review: 'I Do, I Do!' at Theatreworks New Milford

Magical Work On TheatreWorks Stage

A Review: "I Do, I Do"