Tony-Winning Musical The Drowsy Chaperone at Theatre Three
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The last date listed for The Drowsy Chaperone was Friday January 14, 2011 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Norma Young Arena Stage:
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Celebrity stripper and Dallas legend Candy Barr caused a huge sensation in the '40s and '50s. From her career in Vegas and L.A., her troubles with the law and her relationships with gangster Mickey Cohen and nightclub owner Jack Ruby, the Texan caused a stir. This new comedy from Ronnie Claire Edwards (The Waltons) takes place on the day of Candy's funeral when three fellow strippers attend the services together and uncover even more than Candy used to bare on stage. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
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The musical was played in a small theater which had its stage in the center with seating circling around it. It was small, so we were able to hear the actors' voices and enjoy the entertainment the show provided more readily. I would recommend the show and the venue.
Quotes & Highlights
See the cast perform on Good Morning Texas.
Called “high-flying fun” by The Dallas Morning News.
A musical within a comedy with music and lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison and book by Bob Martin and Don McKellar
It all begins when a die-hard musical fan plays his favorite cast album, a 1928 smash hit called The Drowsy Chaperone, and the high-spirited show magically bursts to life in his living room. Audiences are instantly immersed in the glamorous, hilarious tale of a celebrity bride and her uproarious wedding day, complete with thrills, surprises, tap dancing and tons of laughs. Devised originally by a madcap Toronto improvisational troupe, this musical show went on to garner five Tony Awards.
About the Ticket Supplier: Theatre Three
Theatre Three produces seven mainstage productions each year in addition to special children’s performances, off-site educational outreach, special event productions and the programming in Theatre Too (the basement performing space). Theatre Too was, from September of 2000 until July 2003 home to the longest-running show in the history of Dallas theatre, the musical revue I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change!