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Egads! Theatre Closes EATING RAOUL, 7/3

Eating Raoul: The Musical is a Deliciously Wicked Retro Romp. Set in lusty L.A. during the swinging 60's, Paul and Mary Bland, a married couple who are still chaste, hope to open a restaurant far away from the sexual deviants who surround them. But their dream is expensive. A misguided plan erupts in hilarity as they seek to lure perverts to their apartment with a promise to fulfill the clients' wildest fantasies but who will die instead by a bop to the head with a deadly frying pan. Enter Raoul, the apartment superintendent (and local lounge performer) who wants in on this deal (and into Mary's panties). Unable to resist the advances of this sexy Mexican, Mary must ultimately choose between her Latin lover and her roly-poly faithful foodie hubby. This show is recommended for teens and adults.

Perfomances begin Friday, June 4th and run through Saturday, July 3rd.

Book by Paul Bartel, Lyrics by Boyd Graham, Music by Jed Feuer

Directed by Steven Eubank
Musical Direction by Daniel Doss
Choreography by Tiffany Powell

Featuring:
Molly Denninghoff as Mary Bland
Dana Nicholson as Paul Bland
Francisco "Pancho" Villegas as Raoul with: Chioma Anyanwu, Eric Harbin, Jonathan Hornyak, Price Messick, Ethan Miller, Ashley Otis, Emily Shackleford and Pamela Todd

Enjoy one of the best theatre bargains in town. Egads! Theatre Company has slashed all ticket prices - no extra fees and no gimmicks - "we call them recession reductions": $20.00 for center seating; $15.00 for right and left side seating; and $12.50 for student rush. Group Rates available for groups of 10 or more.

All Opening Night Seats are $12.50 which includes a reception following the show.
All Seats at 11 p.m. shows are $11.
Monday night, April 19th is Industry Night for those in the Theatre Industry, tickets are $12.50.

For tickets call 816-842-9999 or go to egadstheatre.com


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