Theatre in the Round to Continue 65th Season with 110 IN THE SHADE
Theatre in the Round Players (TRP) continues its 65th season with the musical 110 in the Shade, in weekend performances from April 28 through May 21.
Based on the popular play The Rainmaker, this simple, poignant musical features a lively score from the creators of The Fantasticks. Lizzie Curry struggles alongside her father and brothers to keep their cattle ranch going in drought-ridden Texas in the 1930s. But despite all of their troubles, the men's chief concern is finding a beau for the headstrong Lizzie. Then Bill Starbuck strides into town, promising to make rain for $100 and turns the town - and Lizzie's world - upside down.
choreography by Shannon Roberg. Sets are designed by Scott Gilbert and Corinna Troth, costumes by Carolann Winther, and lighting by Andrew C. Kedl.
An audience discussion with members of the company will follow the matinee performance on Sunday, May 7.
Tickets are $24. For information, call the theatre's box office at 612-333-3010 or visit its website at www.TheatreintheRound.org.
For an interview with the director, company listing, audience warnings, the show's running time, post-show discussion, and more, click here.
Theatre in the Round's facilities are accessible for audience members using wheelchairs. Assisted-listening equipment is available for patrons with hearing impairments. Assisted-viewing service offered for patrons with visual impairments Sunday, May 7.
Pictured: Rodolfo Nieto as Starbuck and Emily Jabas as Lizzie. Photo by Roger Watts.