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The Secret Garden
Dec
6
to Dec 24

The Secret Garden

Based on the beloved English novel, The Secret Garden is the first Broadway musical written and created by women. This Tony-winning 1991 musical follows the story of young Mary Lennox and the change she brings to the residents of Misselthwaite Manor.

Produced by 42nd Street Moon
December 6-24

Book & Lyrics by Marsha Norman
Music by Lucy Simon
Based on the Novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett

Director: Dyan McBride
Choreographer: Robyn Tribuzi
Music Director: Lauren Mayer

Role: Claire

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Pippi Longstocking
Jan
21
to Mar 19

Pippi Longstocking

Bay Area Children's Theatre production
Story by Astrid Lindgren
Adapted for the Stage by Thomas W. Olson
Music by Roberta Carlson
Additional Music by Victor Zupanc
Directed by Michael Mohammed

Annika and Tommy's new neighbor Pippi Longstocking has crazy red pigtails, a pet monkey named Mr. Nilsson, and a tendency to get caught up in one outrageous adventure after another! Whether she's fending off burglars, wrestling a circus strongman, or sailing away on a pirate ship, Pippi wins over even the sternest of hearts in this rollicking musical adaptation of Astrid Lindgren's beloved book. Recommended for age 5 and up. Performances run through March 19. Check desired date for location details.

Role: Mrs. Prysselius

Tickets - $25 *child, group, and senior discounts

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As Thousands Cheer
Jan
29
8:00 PM20:00

As Thousands Cheer

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As Thousands Cheer is a fine conglomerate of political satire and memorable tunes such as "Heat Wave", "Easter Parade", and "Harlem on My Mind". Placed in a contemporary setting but maintaining the tongue in cheek charm, As Thousands Cheer is a show sure to be loved by all. Additional performance January 31.

Free

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Musical Theatre Showcase: Something in the So Big Sky
Oct
17
8:00 PM20:00

Musical Theatre Showcase: Something in the So Big Sky

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The Fall 2015 artists perform staged scenes and musical excerpts from works by Bernstein, Sondheim, Rodgers, Loesser, and others.

The artists are performing a program of favorites from the Musical Theatre canon in a free presentation. Musical directed by Michael Horsley and directed by Michael Mohammed, Something in the So Big Sky features scenes from nine musicals that draw upon other works for inspiration, from the plays of Shakespeare to nineteenth century operas.

Role: Luce - "Sing for your Supper" Boys from Syracuse

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Closer Than Ever
Apr
11
to Apr 12

Closer Than Ever

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Using songs that behave as one-act plays, four adults explore all the aspects to modern life: the good, the beautiful, the bad, the ugly, the awkward, the funny, the heart-breaking, ...

Free admission. Additional performance April 12 at 2:00 pm.

Role: Second Woman

http://calendar.sfcm.edu/index.php?eID=777

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Nine
Jan
30
to Feb 1

Nine

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By Maury Yeston.

Guido Contini, an Italian film director faces a creative block, distracted by the women of his life both past and present.  As his world collapses around him, Guido must choose among his loyal wife, his exciting mistress, or his inspiring protégée. Additional performance February 1.

Role: Liliane La Fleur - Guido Contini's producer

Free admission

http://calendar.sfcm.edu/index.php?eID=720

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