All of Music Theatre's musicals feature seasoned actors with
professional orchestra and choreography.
The last show scheduled for the season is "Ain't Misbehavin' " in
"Evita" opens the company's 17th season Sept. 15 to Oct. 8 followed by
Cole Porter's "Anything Goes" Feb. 2 to 25. "Annie" rund May 4 to 27 and
"Cowgirls" will be July 6 to 29.
"Evita" is the story of Eva Peron, wife to Argentine dictator Juan
Peron. The musical score is by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
"Anything Goes," features everything an American musical comedy should
be -- a festival of memorable lyrics, smart dialog and campy humor.
"Annie" is family entertainment with an upbeat ending and bright score
and characters like Sandy the Mutt, Daddy Warbucks and the little orphan
"Cowgirls," set in rural Kansas, wraps up the season with a mix of
confusion, comedy and music.
Co-founders M. Roger Lockie and Bill Shaw plan to team once more with
their award-winning choreographer Rikki Lugo for the season.
Only season tickets are available at substantial savings. For a season
brochure, call (626) 308-2868.