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Overdue Theatre Company to Present GRAND HOTEL 4/16 - 4/25

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"Come begin in old Berlin/You're in the Grand Hotel"

Come, spend a night or two in the world's most opulent, extravagant hotel. Perhaps you will find your fortune there, perhaps you will find true love, perhaps all of your dreams will come true...perhaps...

The time is 1928. The world is between wars, the stock market is booming, Berlin is the center of high life, and optimism rules the day. Inspired by Viki Baum's period novel, book writer/playwright Luther Davis (Kismet) collaborated once again with the prolific, distinguished composer-lyricist team Robert Wright and George Forrest (Kismet,Timbucktu!, Magdelena, The Anastasia Affaire). Together, they created a seamless musical that boasts an engaging, non-stop book and a powerful score that is sure to sweep you away with all of the lavishness of the 1920s.

Performances occur: April 16, 17, 23, 24 at 8pm and 18 & 25 at 2pm. at the Olivette Community Center, 9723 Grandview Drive, Olivette, MO 63132

Tickets are priced as follows: General: $15.00 Senior/Student: $13.00. For Reservations call: 636-328-6546. For more information go online to www.overduetheatrecompany.com

Grand Hotel was nominated for 12 TONY AWARDS in 1990, featuring a book by Luther Davis, and the music and lyrics of Robert Wright and George Forrest (additional music by Maury Yeston). The musical is based on a book by Vicki Baum, and the classic non-musical 1932 feature film, of course. In arrangement with Turner Broadcasting Co.and MTI. In cooperation with Olivette Parks and Recreation & with support from FOX Performing Arts Charitable Foundation

Overdue Theatre Company's upcoming production is directed by Suki Peters, with musical direction by Mary Sutherland, and choreography by Maria Straub

The cast features: Steve Callahan, Ryan Cooper, Bradley Behrmann, Jennifer Theby, Elizabeth Graveman, Tom Kopp, Carin Thyssen, Joshua Cook, Aaron Dodd, Brennan Eller, Adam Thenaus, Chuck Brinkley, John Wolbers, Travis Pfeifer, Gustavo Perez, Valleri Dillard, Maggie Murphy, Autumn Rinaldi, Priscilla Case, Morgan Hatfield,Debbie Bixler, Evan Masterson, Robbie Haupt, Ted Drury, Alex Jones, and Wayne Mackenberg.


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