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The toast of the golden era of Broadway musicals, The Music Man first made a bow on the Great White Way in 1957, winning five Tony Awards (including Best Musical) and has delighted audiences in constant revivals ever since. Don't miss it when it enjoys a hotly anticipated reimagining at Thousand Oaks' Fred Kavli Theatre this fall, featuring bonafide Broadway royalty Adam Pascal, an original cast member of the 1996 landmark production of Rent.
A family friendly-affair with multiple razzle dazzle song and dance numbers at its core, The Music Man follows fast-talking 'professor' Harold Hill, a travelling salesman who travels to the small town of River City, Iowa in the summer of 1912. Harold finds the town reluctant to let strangers in, especially those of the sales variety, and sets about convincing the townsfolk that his methods of succeeding in music are legitimate. Enter Marian Paroo, the local librarian and part time piano teacher, who intends to show him up as a fraud but starts falling in love instead...
Opening night: 18 October 2019
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