When: Thursdays-Saturdays, 7 p.m. and Sundays, 2 p.m. Continues through June 25 2011
It’s no lighthearted summery comedy for the artists at Larry Keeton Theatre, who’ve chosen to present this anthemic, dance-heavy, multi-award-winning Marvin Hamlisch musical that romanticizes the demanding career regimen of Broadway singers and dancers while peering intimately into their private lives. There are hit songs galore — “I Hope I Get It,” “At the Ballet,” “One” and, of course, “What I Did for Love.” The show is directed by Kate Adams-Johnson, and Ginger Newman is the musical director. The role of the in-charge director Zach is played by veteran director Tim Larson, with higher-profile roles handled by Mallory Gleason, Ryan Garrett and Faith Kelm. The remainder of the cast is a mix of community and student players. It’s dinner theater also, so each performance is preceded by a three-course meal.
Price: $26 for dinner and the show; $21 for the show only; $11 on Thursday nights only