The romantic musical fantasy "Brigadoon" opens at Aurora Community Theatre April 28.

"Brigadoon," with book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe is set in the Scottish Highlands where Brigadoon, a mysterious village, appears from the mist for just one day every 100 years.

Dustin Oliver directs, with Tim Shaffer as music director. The story revolves around Tommy Albright, played by Ron Davis, and Jeff Douglas, performed by Sam Kitzler, two somewhat jaded young American businessmen. Lost on a game-hunting holiday in Scotland, Tommy and Jeff are drawn to the lively music of a country fair underway in Brigadoon. There the travelers meet the MacLaren family, headed by Andrew (Bernie Keister), who are preparing for the wedding of daughter, Jean (Shelby Carlisle) to Charlie Dalrymple (Kevin Rabbits). Tommy quickly catches the eye of MacLaren's daughter Fiona, (Emily Zart.)

Rollin DeVere plays Mr. Lundie,. The cast of townspeople includes: Stephen Bundy (Angus MacGuffie), Dennis Dumont (Archie Beaton), Sarah Kuchcinski (Maggie), Michaela Bennett (Fishmonger), Tyler Harding (Harry Beaton), JB Miller (Jane Ashton), Elyse Mulvaney (Kate), David Rusnak (MacGregor), Shannon Eller (Meg Brockie), Neil Rubin (Sandy Dean), Tom Horsfall (Stuart Dalrymple), and DeVere (Frank).

Curtain time is 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays through May 20, with two matinees May 7 and 14 at 3 p.m. Visit, or call 330-562-1818 for details. The theater is at 115 E. Pioneer Trail.