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  • 2005 Season Album

Straw Hat Players

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  • 2005 Season Album

    "Let the sunshine in..."
    HAIR puts rock music and the free-spirited culture of the 60s on the stage. The show has a strong effect on everyone, and acts as a bridge between generations and viewpoints. What looks like incredible chaos is actually organized chaos. Phenomenal musical numbers include Aquarius, Good Morning Starshine, I Believe in Love, Hair, I Got Life, What a Piece of Work Is Man and Hippie Life. This show has a vitality, a timelessness and a meaning that outlives the late 1960's and early 1970's in America.

    Blithe Spirit
    "You won't die, dear. You're not the dying sort."
    A spiritualist scorned. A séance gone wrong. A temperamental ghost. And a murder. A séance is convened, resulting in an unexpected torrent of supernatural activity. Brimful of his celebrated wit, Noël Coward's comic souffle is as delicious and satisfying now as it ever was.

    Romeo & Juliet
    "Two households, both alike in dignity, in fair Verona, where we lay our scene."
    The most classic of love stories--A boy and a girl from two feuding Verona clans fall in love and attempt to transcend their families' history of violence.

    "And all that jazz..."
    The John Kander-Fred Ebb-Bob Fosse musical CHICAGO is described in its opening number as a "story of murder, greed, corruption, violence, exploitation, adultery, and treachery--all those things we hold near and dear to our hearts." In short, CHICAGO is a musical that is a parade of highly-creative Broadway show-stoppers that each make a satiric point about the American judicial system. Featuring memorable the hits "And All That Jazz", "Mr. Cellophane", and "Razzle, Dazzle", this production is sure-fire hit!