Avenue Q Legally Blonde The Foreigner

 

Welcome to SMHS Drama's
2012–2013 Mainstage Season!

Fall

AVENUE Q

(The Family Friendly School Edition)

Music and Lyrics by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx

Book by Jeff Whitty

 

October 26 –28, 2012

 

Audition Date: Monday, August 20, 2012, 3:15pm

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Princeton, a college graduate with no job or prospects, moves into a run-down New York brownstone in search of his life’s purpose, meets Kate, who may be his true love, and learns valuable life lessons from his eccentric neighbors. Sounds like a typical life story – except Princeton is a puppet, Kate is a monster, and the neighbors include a wide assortment of characters, human and otherwise! Journey with us along Avenue Q, a place that will never be mistaken for Sesame Street! Directed by Brad Friedman, musical direction by Larry Rice, choreography by Robyn Tribuzi.

 

 

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Winter

LEGALLY BLONDE

Music and Lyrics by Laurence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin

Book by Heather Hach

Based on the novel by Amanda Brown and the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer picture

 

February 1 –10, 2013

 

Performed at the Bayside Performing Arts Center

 

Audition Dates: Monday and Tuesday, October 29 – 30, 2012, 3:15pm

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Elle Woods has it all: a fabulous ensemble, a fabulous boyfriend, and all the popularity a girl could want. But when her romance hits a snag, Elle proves that anything is possible, even entry into Harvard Law school, if it’s done in the name of true love! Watch Elle surprise everyone, including herself, in this funny, fast-paced musical, where blondes – and everyone else – will definitely have loads of fun. Directed by Brad Friedman, musical direction by Til Tribuzi, choreography by Robyn Tribuzi.

 

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THE FOREIGNER

By Larry Shue

April 25 - 28, 2013 (New Date)

 

Performance at Burlingame High School

 

Audition Date: Monday, February 27, 2012, 3:15pm

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Charlie Baker, a big-hearted but painfully shy Englishman, escapes from his disappointing life to a small inn in a remote part of Georgia, pretending he speaks no English in order to avoid interacting with the natives, But what happens when Charlie has to communicate in order to warn the good folks of Tilghman County of a dastardly plot by the local Klan? And what of the pretty young woman for whom he has started to develop feelings? Charlie’s plan to undo the consequences of his lie unfolds in hilarious fashion, turning a chump into a champion in this award-winning comedy.

 

Directed by Brad Friedman.

 

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