Pictured is Luke Hamilton as Tony Manero with the cast of “Saturday Night Fever the Musical,” on stage at the Ogunquit Playhouse Sept. 23 to Oct. 25.

Pictured is Luke Hamilton as Tony Manero with the cast of “Saturday Night Fever the Musical,” on stage at the Ogunquit Playhouse Sept. 23 to Oct. 25.

OGUNQUIT — Get out your boogie shoes and head to the disco with the musical “Saturday Night Fever” on stage at the Ogunquit Playhouse from Sept. 23 to Oct. 25. This high-energy show features the Bee Gees chart-topping score along with choreography by Broadway choreographer Richard Hinds. The stage musical is based on the 1977 film that became a cultural phenomenon and cemented the Bee Gees as disco era icons and catapulted John Travolta to stardom. The musical includes the hits “Stayin’ Alive,” “How Deep is Your Love,” “More Than a Woman,” “You Should Be Dancing” and more!

The story revolves around Tony Manero, a talented, streetwise kid from Brooklyn who attempts to escape his dead-end life through dancing. Tony is a humble paint store clerk by day, but transforms into a stallion dance king each Saturday night at the disco, where the nightclub crowd falls under the spell of the disco beat and Tony’s astonishing dance routines. When a big dance competition is announced, he convinces the beautiful and talented Stephanie to be his partner.

Playing the lead role of Tony Manero is Luke Hamilton, who is making his Ogunquit Playhouse debut. He is a recent graduate of the University of Miami and has performed at regional theaters in productions including “Xanadu,” “Les Miserables” with “Terrence Mann,” “A Chorus Line,” and “Gypsy.” Joining the cast as Stephanie is Jennifer Florkowski, who recently performed on Broadway in “Wicked” and played Nessarose for the show’s First National Tour. She also performed on the National Tours of “White Christmas” and “42nd Street.” The role of Annette is played by Haley Hannah, who performed on Broadway and in the First National Tour of the musical “Bring It On.”

Keith Andrews returns to the Ogunquit Playhouse to direct the musical Saturday Night Fever. Andrews was in Ogunquit last fall when he directed and choreographed the musical “The Addams Family.”

Choreographer for Saturday Night Fever is Richard Hinds, who was the associate choreographer for “Newsies.”

Sonny Paladino is the musical director for the Ogunquit production of Saturday Night Fever. He most recently served as associate conductor and keyboard player for the Broadway musical “The Last Ship.”

Dustin Cross returns to the Ogunquit Playhouse as costume designer after designing “Sister Act” earlier this season.

An all new set has been designed for the Ogunquit Playhouse production of “Saturday Night Fever” by Adam Koch. Koch designed the set for the Ogunquit production of “Sister Act.”

Later this year, the Ogunquit Playhouse will produce the Irving Berlin classic White Christmas to be presented Dec. 9 to 20 at the Music Hall in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Tickets are on sale now. Prices start at $44 per show. To learn more about becoming a Playhouse member, or to purchase tickets and gift certificates, visit www.ogunquitplayhouse.org or call the Ogunquit Playhouse Box Office at 646-5511.