A Musical Tragical Comedy in Two and a Half Acts
Book by Charlie Lovett
Music and Lyrics by Bill Francoeur
The stage is set in modern-day New York City, where clerks of the swanky Montague’s Department store and the second-rate Capulet’s Discount Mart meet in the street to trade insults. Naturally, the heirs to these two retail empires, Romeo and Harriet, fall in love. It would be a real tragedy to miss out on this one!
Directed by Shileah Corey, Choreographed by Indeah Thomaier, and featuring a cast of Elementary and Middle School students from all over the Pugest Sound area.
August 14-15, 2010
August 21-22, 2010
Urinetown, a musical-comedy satire by Mark Hollmann and Greg Kotis, has played to critical and popular success for over a decade. An earnest fable of love, greed and revolution set in a town plagued by drought, the plot is complete with villain, hero and romance. A malevolent corporation controls the town's public amenities; the president's daughter falls for the leader of the “go-for-free” rebellion. This award-winning musical takes a timely and gleefully mocking look at unthinking pursuit of profit and mismanagement of natural resources.
Urinetown, directed by Shileah Corey, choreographed by Indeah Thomaier, and Micheal Corey conducting the orchestra, involves a cast of 38 actors, ages 13-19 from all around the Puget Sound area.
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