Lee University’s Opera Theatre, along with creative director James Frost, will existing its tumble Musical Revue, consisting of musical theatre scenes from different nicely-identified musicals, on Sunday, Nov. 22, in the Squires Recital Corridor at 3 p.m.
The scenes will appear from musicals this kind of as “Oklahoma,” “My Honest Woman,” “Cinderella,” and Leonard Bernstein’s “Candide.” All users of the Lee Opera Theatre Ensemble will accomplish the scenes.
“With a relatives-pleasant atmosphere, the display will be liked by all ages,” reported Mr. Frost.
Composed by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, “Oklahoma” describes the like triangle among Laurey, a headstrong farm girl, cowboy Curly, and farm hand Jud. Tensions rise between the two gentlemen and seize the interest of the total town.
“My Reasonable Lady” won the 1957 Tony Award for Very best Musical. The engage in commences when Eliza Doolittle will take an offer you from Henry Higgins to speak correctly and raise her standing in the local community.
A Rodgers and Hammerstein musical originally written for television, “Cinderella” is centered on the typical fairytale. Cinderella is in a position to confront her 3 stepsisters with the help of her fairy godmother.
The Musical Revue will be accompanied by team member, Rachel Appleton, on piano.
The general performance is a absolutely free, non-ticketed celebration, and open to the community. For far more information and facts, you should call the School of New music at 614-8240.