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Get into the act…Sister Act, that is, with a heavenly, original score by 8-time Oscar winner Alan Menken (Beauty and the Beast). Based on the 1992 film, this feel-good musical comedy will have you dancing in your pew to the powerful gospel music. During her nightclub act, Deloris Van Cartier hopes to meet a record producer—instead, she nearly meets her maker after witnessing a murder. While hiding out as a nun in a very unCONVENTional place, Deloris breathes new life into the local community and shakes up the choir with her disco moves and energetic style to the point where they receive an invitation to perform for the Pope! Make a habit of seeing this show more than once. (Suggested as PG)
Catch Buddy the Elf’s “Sparklejollytwinklejingley” Christmas spirit this holiday season! The 2003 film introduced us to the loveable boy who grew up at the North Pole. When Buddy learns he is a real person and NOT one of Santa’s elves, he ventures to New York to find his real father. Buddy’s child-like innocence and infectious holiday spirit melt the most cynical of hearts as he saves Christmas while finding love AND family in this charming, family-friendly musical story of Buddy the Elf.
Sometimes, out of tragedy, comes the most unexpected real-life comedy. After losing her husband to leukemia, Annie and her best friend, Chris, decide to raise money to buy a couch for the hospital waiting room. Inspired to go beyond a humdrum fundraising scheme, these modest, British, middle-aged women decide to pose nude for a calendar. However, the success of both the calendar and their bravery leads to strain in their friendship. Based on a true story, this is one of the most popular plays in British history. Love, tears, laughter, and unexpected joy are among the roller coaster of emotions the audience will experience in this endearing performance. (PG-13)
Oh, middle school! It’s that glorious period of adolescence when the awkward comedy of puberty reigns less than supreme. Is the stress of competing in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee worse than the pressure of being an imperfect tween? For the six less-than-confident final contestants, the reckless fate of word difficulty is probably not as hilarious as it is for the audience observing (and randomly participating in) the spelling bee. Putnam County’s colorful spectrum of parenting styles and personalities is as q-u-i-r-k-y “quirky” as ever! This Tony Award-winning musical will make you giggle, smile, and squirm with memories of your own juvenile melodramas. (PG13)
For the Newsies of 1899, selling newspapers on the gritty streets of New York City was a constant test of wit and stamina. When greedy publisher, Joseph Pulitzer, raises the price of his paper to cut out the Newsies, the ragtag group raises its voice (“The World Will Know”) and organizes a strike. The boys take on some of the most powerful, ruthless men of the era. A musical filled with energizing anthems and glorious dance, the Tony Award-winning Newsies vividly tells a compelling, often comical, story of the human spirit. Newsies will undoubtedly capture your heart.