Theatre

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DROWSY CHAPERONE, a musical comedy

 
 

 Music and Lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison.  Book by Bob Martin and Don McKellar

"To chase his blues away, a die-hard musical theatre fan drops the needle on his favorite cast album – the 1928 musical comedy The Drowsy Chaperone. From the crackle of his hi-fi, the outrageously funny musical bursts to life in his living room. What follows is the rip-roaring tale of a pampered starlet determined to give up show business to get married while her ruthless producer is intent on sabotaging the nuptials! Add to this a Latin lover, a debonair groom, an English butler, a pair of gangsters disguised as pastry chefs and a very tipsy chaperone and all manner of mix-ups and mayhem are set to ensue.".  Faculty directed, student performed. Directed by Kari Hayter. Musical direction by David Aks.

Explore the music of the original DROWSY CHAPERONE

  • Great Hall of the Valley Performing Arts Center  (parking in Zelzah Ave's Parking Structure G-3, $6)

  • Three performances only.  March 20, 21, 22, 2015

  • House opens at 7pm (Sunday at 1:30pm).  Non-reserved seating.

    • NO LATE SEATING past curtaintime 7:30pm (Sunday at 2pm)

    • ASL performance Sunday March 22 matinee

Ticket Info (818) 677-3000

Prices:

General $25 (+ $2 VPAC facility fee)

Seniors $23 (+$2 VPAC facility fee)

Fac/Staff $21 (+ $2 VPAC facility fee)

Students $15 (+ $2 VPAC facility fee)