|CHILD Under 18||$19.00|
|$30 tickets for 6th of July||$30.00|
The Drowsy Chaperone
Music and Lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison. Book by Bob Martin and Don McKellar.
The Man in the Chair, a mousy, agoraphobic Broadway fan, listens to a rare recording of a fictional 1928 musical comedy, The Drowsy Chaperone. As he listens, the Broadway show, with its crazy characters, appear in his dingy apartment. He is transformed into the wonderful age of the glitzy and glamorous musical.
The Drowsy Chaperone is a fun and music filled romp with all the expected characters – glamorous show girls, a handsome playboy, the frazzled Broadway producer being intimidated by gangsters posing as pastry chefs, the harried best man, an outrageous Latin lover, the unflappable English butler, the wealthy hostess and her all singing, all dancing staff, and of course the Chaperone who is more interested in the bar than the bride.
Mishaps, mayhem and mistaken identities are all explained by the Man, and he shares a little of himself - if you can stop laughing long enough to hear him.
CHILD Under 18
$30 tickets for 6th of July
Saturday 6th of July all tickets $30, includes complimentary champagne pre-show and interval. Audience members are encouraged to dress in 1920's style for this performance.
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