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ADA, Okla. – The East Central University Showtime is proud to present the short musical, “I Want My Mummy,” on Nov. 2-4 in the Ataloa Theatre located inside the Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center. Shows will begin nightly at 7:30 p.m.

“I Want My Mummy” is a musical written by Tim Kelly with music and lyrics by David Reiser, directed by ECU’s Vickie Reifsnider and under the musical direction of ECU’s Rudy Lupinski.

This fun musical centers around Castle Frankenstein where Baron Frankenstein has opened his castle to monsters of the world who are having difficulty fitting in with society.  His guests include his sidekick Igor, the Mummy, a Phantom Bride, Layla the Zombie and many more, including the not-so-alive monster. Secrets are revealed and shenanigans ensues when an American matron, Mrs. Hoople, makes a surprise appearance, followed shortly by the even less-welcomed Werewolf! Join this cast of monsters and misfits for laughs, music and all-around fun.

Cast includes ECU students, staff and faculty- Glennon Selke (Baron Frankenstein) from Chandler, Okla., Scout James (Igor) from Palisade, Colo., Kaylee Hacker (Layla the Zombie) from Prague, Okla., Madyson Bonner (the Mummy), Shelby Davis (Medusa) and Jamie Davis (Werewolf) from Ada, Okla., Olivia Joe (Madame Frankenstein’s portrait) from Ardmore, Okla., Brianna- Jo Davis (Phantom Bride) and Evelyn Davis (Pauline) from Davis Okla., Sadie Perkin (Mrs. Hoople) from Poteau, Okla., John Roberts (the Invisible Man) from Checotah, Okla., Jeff Ray (the not-so-alive monster) from Allen, Okla., and Lanie Green (Jacquelyn), Peyton Leu (Vampira) and Chance Palmer (the nephew) from Byng, Okla.

General admission tickets are $10, senior, student and alumni tickets are $8 and tickets for children 5 and under are $5. Tickets will be available at the door. 

ECU students and employees receive free admission with their university ID. 

On Friday, Nov. 3 at 1 p.m., the ECU Showtime will perform for local and surrounding schools.  If you would like your school to attend the production, please contact Vickie Reifsnider from ECU’s Department of Performing Arts at (580) 559-5878 or by email at

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