SH-BOOM! Winter Park Playhouse to Present '60s Jukebox Hit LIFE COULD BE A DREAM
The Winter Park Playhouse continues to delight audiences with their latest hit in a series of professional musicals with the Florida premiere of Life Could Be A Dream, a high-energy jukebox musical comedy set in the early 1960's.
Performances are Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30p.m., Thursday and Saturday matinee performances at 2:00p.m. and select Friday and Sunday matinees at 2:00p.m.
Audiences will be tapping their toes as they are treated to this upbeat musical featuring the tight harmonies a four man doo-wop group trying to make it big on the Big Whopper radio contest. Packed with all of the popular early 60's hits "Tears On My Pillow," "Earth Angel," "Fools Fall In Love, " "Runaround Sue," "Unchained Melody" and more. Life Could Be A Dream will leave you laughing, singing and cheering - let's hear it for the boys!
The professional cast includes Tay Anderson, Andrew LaJeune, Zach Nadolski, Bert Rodriguez and Michael Scott Ross. Playhouse Artistic Director Roy Alan will direct and choreograph the production and Christopher Leavy will music direct. The Playhouse Trio will accompany the show, with Musical Director Christopher Leavy on piano, Sam Forrest on percussion and Ned Wilkinson on multiple instruments.
Life Could Be A Dream was the 2013 Critics Pick of the New York Theatre Festival. The L.A. Times writes, "Dream is so frothy it floats!" This vivacious musical will sell out quickly so call The Winter Park Playhouse box office soon to reserve your tickets!
Ticket prices are $42 evenings, $39 senior evenings, $32 matinees, $20 preview, $15 student and theatrical industry professionals. Student rush "$10@10" offers $10 tickets (for students 25 years and younger) 10 minutes prior to a performance when seats are available.
For more tickets and information, call the box office at 407-645-0145 or visit online at www.winterparkplayhouse.org.
Pictured: (clockwise from bottom center) Bert Rodriguez, Andre LeJeune, Zach Nadolski, Michael Scott Ross, and Tay Anderson. Photo by Taylor Glore.