The music man
July 20 - August 11
Director & Choreographer Ginger Morris
Book, Music & Lyrics Meredith Wilson
The Meredith Wilson classic The Music Man follows con man Harold Hill as he swindles the Midwestern town of River City into believing he is a band leader. He sells instruments and uniforms to the children of the town, promising to train them and form a band. Of course, he has no intention of keeping his promise and plans to skip town with the money until he meets Marian the librarian. Harold stays in town to win over Marian, but he risks being caught and facing the wrath of the town. Enjoy this delightful piece of Americana that includes such memorable songs as "Ya Got Trouble," "Seventy-Six Trombones,” "Pick-a-Little," and "Til There Was You.”
Dirty rotten scoundrels
August 1 - 11
Director Dustin Gooch
Choreographer Kristie Copeland
Book Jeffrey Lane
Music & Lyrics David Yazbek
Based on the popular 1988 film starring Steve Martin and Michael Caine, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels tells the story of Lawrence Jameson and Freddy Benson, two con men who decide to work together after a chance meeting on a train. They attempt to swindle a small town in the French Riviera, but soon discover only one can succeed. They agree that the first of them to swindle $50,000 from the young heiress, Christine Colgate, can remain in town. The other must leave. Nominated for 10 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Best Book and Best Score, this show is filled with hijinks and hilarity that will keep the audience guessing until the very end.
JULY 24 - AUGUST 11
Director & Musical Director Allen Robertson
Choreographer Sara Burke
Book Allen Robertson and Damon Brown
Music & Lyrics Allen Robertson
From the brilliant minds of Allen Robertson and Damon Brown, comes the premiere of another exciting, family-friendly musical.
A modern day re-imaging of a legendary hero. She’s the world’s greatest thief with a soft spot for anyone facing injustice. She’s putting together a crew to pull off a risky $20 million heist that could change her community forever. But it turns out that robbing from the rich to give to the poor makes the rich a little upset. And being hunted by a corrupt Sheriff with a psychotic streak can really put a damper on a girl’s social calendar.
Welcome to a world where car chases, sword fights and the craziest of cons can always use a hip soundtrack. Where a girl in a green hoodie will change the world.