“Urinetown?” Why would anyone write a musical with a title like that? Never mind — it’s a 2004 Tony winner for best book, musical, score and …
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“Urinetown?” Why would anyone write a musical with a title like
that? Never mind — it’s a 2004 Tony winner for best book, musical,
score and the production, written by Greg Kotis and Hark Hollman,
just finished a run at Mountain Vista High School in Highlands
Ranch. The young cast of Stage Flight Theatre undoubtedly had a
wonderful time performing this sassy tale of good over evil, which
includes healthy satire of the musical theater genre, as well as of
Officer Lockstock (Tom Brath) conducts the audience through a
story of capitalism run amuck, where one must pay to pee. His
sidekick, Little Sally (Jordan Wood), asks questions that move the
performance along, with an assortment of rich people and poor
people, authority figures and upright good guys — who all break
into song and dance.
Jeremy Goldsen directed the large cast which performed Nov.
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