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.
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
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)