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Summer of Love WORLD PREMIERE

TICKET PRICES

start at $30


PERFORMANCES

Fri. 4/1 - 8 PM

Sat. 4/2 - 8 PM

Sun. 4/3 - 2 PM

Thu. 4/7 - 8 PM

Fri. 4/8 - 8 PM

Sat. 4/9 - 2 PM

Sat. 4/9 - 8 PM

Sun. 4/10 - 2 PM

Sun. 4/10 - 7 PM

Thu. 4/14 - 8 PM

Fri. 4/15 - 8 PM

Sat. 4/16 - 2 PM

Sat. 4/16 - 8 PM

Sun. 4/17 - 2 PM


SEATING CHART


RUNNING TIME

2 hours 15 min.

(includes intermission)

April 1-17, 2011

TICKETS ON SALE NOW

Be sure to wear some

flowers in your hair...


Creator of the award-winning “The Andrews Brothers” and “The Marvelous Wonderettes” and the smash hit, “Life Could Be a Dream,”  Roger Bean brings MTW the World Premiere of his latest show.  The groovy music of the ‘60s abounds, as we follow runaway bride Holly, who is taught to make her own kind of music by the hippies of San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury. 


CREATED, WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY

Roger Bean


MUSICAL DIRECTION BY

Michael Borth & Michael Paternostro


CHOREOGRAPHY BY

Lee Martino


TICKETS START AT $30

PREMIUM SEATING STARTS AT $60

A limited number of lower priced last row seats

are available until 48 hours before each performance

Prices and availability

are subject to change at any time without notice.

“So many of these great songs are about love and relationships.  They really scream to be dramatized.  When the screaming stops,

I put ‘em onstage.”

-Roger Bean

2010-2011 SEASON


Annie


Cats


Summer of Love

World Premiere


The Wedding Singer

Regional Premiere


REINER READING SERIES


As Thousands Cheer


Sugar


Anyone Can Whistle


SPECIAL EVENTS


Grease at Wilson HS

FEATURING THE CLASSIC SONGS:

Grazing in the Grass

Spinning Wheel

Piece of My Heart

San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Some Flowers in Your Hair)

War

Crystal Blue Persuasion

White Rabbit

Dream a Little Dream


HONORARY PRODUCER

Kathryn Baker Campbell


ASSOCIATE PRODUCER

Joan Wells


CONCEIVED AND WRITTEN BY

Roger Bean


Presented through special arrangement by Steele Spring Theatrical Licensing

THIS PRODUCTION IS HONORED TO BE PART OF THE ’11

FESTIVAL OF NEW AMERICAN MUSICALS