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LaCage aux folles

  La Cage Aux Folles Nov 17 – Dec 31, 1989 Produced by Anne Welby Directed by E. Michael McCaughey Musically directed by Vincent P. Zito Choreographed by Enrique Pedro and Henry A. Bright Tap Number Staged by Dee Weinstein After twenty years of un-wedded bliss Georges and Albin, two men partnered for better-or-worse get […]

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The Pirates of Penzance

Music by Arthur Sullivan Book by WS Gilbert Directed by Tom Eldridge   The Pirates of Penzance tells the story of a young pirate apprentice named Frederic who has come to the end of his indentured period. As it turns out, Frederic was indentured by mistake. His half-deaf nurse had been instructed to apprentice him […]

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Isn’t It Romantic

      Oct 6 – Nov 29, 1989 Produced by Iris Green Directed by Mary McGinley The play deals with the post-college careers (and dilemmas) of two former classmates, a short, slightly plump would-be writer named Janie Blumberg, and her tall, thin gorgeous WASP friend, Harriet Cornwall. Both are struggling to escape from lingering […]

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Bell, Book & Candle

      Jan 19 – Feb 11, 1990 Produced by Heidi Giovine Directed by Mary McGinley Gillian Holroyd is one of the few modern people who can actually cast spells and perform feats of supernaturalism. She casts a spell over an unattached publisher, Shepherd Henderson, partly to keep him away from a rival and […]

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Born Yesterday

      April 20 – May 13, 1990 Produced by Mark E. Hopkins Directed by Nick Procacciono The vulgar, egotistic junkman Harry Brock has come to a swanky hotel in Washington to make crooked deals with government big-wigs. He has brought with him the charming but dumb ex-chorus girl Billie, whose lack of social […]

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  Working June 1 – June 24, 1990 Produced by Mary Henning Directed by Mark E. Hopkins The hopes, dreams, joys and concerns of the average working American are the focus of this unique, extraordinary musical. That the everyday lives of “common” men and women should be so compelling and moving will surprise and inspire […]

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      July 13 – July 29, 1990 Produced by Iris Green and Anne Welby Directed by Douglas Eaton A masterpiece of black farce, Loot follows the fortunes of two young thieves. Dennis works for an undertaker. Hal’s old Mum has just died. They rob the bank next door to the funeral parlour and […]

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  Aug 10 – Sept 2, 1990 Produced by Betsy Antonoff, Ellen Engelhart, Peggy Kohn Directed by Barbara Mann Stuart GYPSY is the ultimate story about an aggressive stage mother. Join Rose, June and Louise in their trip across the United States during the 1920’s, when vaudeville was dying and burlesque was born. Jule Styne’s […]

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