PT veteran Angela Konrad (JESUS HOPPED THE "A" TRAIN, DOUBT) directs TWU's spring musical. Don't miss this shimmering explosion of song, dance, and silliness, THE DROWSY CHAPERONE!
The Drowsy Chaperone presented by SAMC Theatre at TWU
Wednesday - Saturday Evenings @ 7:30pm, Saturday matinees @ 2pm
Lights up on a woman in a chair. She’s lonely, but she doesn’t know it. When she puts on her recording of The Drowsy Chaperone, a shimmering explosion of song, dance, and silliness lifts her out of her sadness and into the Roaring Twenties.
TWU’s spring musical, The Drowsy Chaperone, is as fun and glamourous as a bubbly glass of champagne. This 1920s spoof follows Janet, a Broadway star who wants to leave the spotlight for a storybook romance with her dashing fiancé. But Janet’s producer and a mischievous pair of gangsters-in-disguise won’t let their leading lady go without a fight! Enter a notorious Latin lothario, hired to seduce the bride. With a chaperone who’s not too good at her job, will there be wedding bells...or scandal?
“This show pokes fun at the musical theatre world from a 21st-century perspective,” said director Angela Konrad. “It celebrates all the things you love about musicals, while poking fun at the rest. Mistaken identities, zany plot twists, catchy song and dance numbers – I dare anyone not to have a good time!”
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