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JULY 18 - AUGUST 2, 2008

"American Rose's 'Music Man' bursts with energy" - North County Times
"Hats off to director Jeremy Lapp, choreographer Amy Page
and their entire production crew and cast for a job well done
.

With a cast numbering more than 50, more than a few stand out.
Capturing the hearts of everyone in the audience were all the children and young adults cavorting around the stage.
"The Music Man," ... is truly a family production and a wonderful way for all ages to spend an evening
together." -
North County Times review

VIDEO CLIP - Brief Highlights from The Music Man


July 18, 19, 20
July 24, 25, 26, 27
July 31,
August 1 & 2

8:00pm
KIT CARSON AMPHITHEATRE - ESCONDIDO, CALIFORNIA

Part of the City of Escondido's PLAYS IN THE PARK 2008 Season

Contact us: info@americanrosetheatre.com or 858-243-4349

7/2008 CORRIDOR ARTICLE "LOCALS SHINE ON SAN DIEGO'S SUMMER STAGES"

ART YOUTH

 

Meredith Willson's THE MUSIC MAN

The Music Man plays out the eternal battle of the sexes in the great, all-American, classic musical comedy.
Into River City, Iowa comes handsome and roguish ladies' man, Harold Hill, with a grand scheme to con the town. Little does he know, he's met his match in the unfashionably smart and uncommonly beautiful town librarian, Marion Paroo. Add to this the charming and hilarious antics of small town turn-of-the century life and you have Americana at its silliest and most heartwarming.

 


Christopher T. Miller
as Professor Harold Hill

Amanda Kramer
as Marion Paroo
 

"This production honors the 50th anniversary of the golden musical"
- San Diego Theatre Scene

[Chris Miller as Harold Hill is] an engaging performer ... better in the smaller, more romantic moments with his reluctant love interest, the strong-willed librarian, Marian Paroo. Amanda Kramer inhabits the character with fine acting chops and a sweet soprano voice. The coupleís connection was credible, their smooches even more so.
The overblown Mayor of River City and his wife were comically played by Scott Farrell and Jennifer Lloyd. And Joey Minnich scored many a laugh as Marcellus Washburn, the fast-talking, nervous-nellie former cohort of Professor Hill. Sarah Gates-Lozier mustered a fine Irish brogue as Marionís mama, Mrs. Paroo, with just the right mix of comedy and drama. Eleven year-old Chad Mulhull was also right on the money, especially vocally, as the beleaguered lithper, Winthrop Paroo. The 12-piece band had its brassy moments, and the 40+ member cast gave it their all.




ART's THE MUSIC MAN IN THE NEWS

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Updated: July 2008