The final weekend of the Patio Player's 2013 production of "The Music Man" is here and tickets are still available for a local show that has left audiences cheering.
Meredith Willson's classic Broadway musical, "The Music Man!" comes alive on the stage of the Plainview Jewish Center again Saturday night and Sunday afternoon. The 1957 musical won five Tony Awards and includes the renowned numbers "76 Trombones," "Wells Fargo Wagon," the tongue-twisting "Trouble," and the poignant love ballad "'Til There Was You."
(Click here for "Goodnight My Someone," sung by Elizabeth Bell as "Marion," joined by Plainview's Alaina Herman, as "Amaryllis.")
(See some of the musical highlights here from the show's final dress rehearsal.)
The Plainview Jewish Center's Patio Players, supported by the PJC's Men's Club, are again presenting this year's musical. It features a gifted group of local and regional talent and some adorable local kids; directed by Mark Lord, choreography by Debbie Izzo, musical direction by Gary Eisele, and produced by Robert Cohen.
See a complete cast list here:
- Saturday night's performance is at 8:15 p.m. at the Theater of Plainview Jewish Center, 95 Floral Drive, Plainview
- Sunday's closing matinee is at 3 p.m.
- Tickets in advance: $20 each first two seats, $18 each additional seat. $22 at the door. For Tickets: 516-938-8296.
Tickets are available, but going fast, Patio Players members said.
Editor's Note: Plainview Patch Editor Joe Dowd is a member of the cast.