Xanadu: Roller Skating Musical Comedy Based on the Film
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Famous (and famously arrogant) radio lecturer Sheridan Whiteside gets invited to dine at the house of a rich factory owner in a small town, but slips and injures himself before making it inside in the beloved Broadway farce The Man Who Came to Dinner. What follows is a tumultuous confinement, during which time the convalescing curmudgeon riotously takes over the Stanley household -- running up huge phone bills, monopolizing the servants, filling the house with exotic animals and meddling in the lives of everyone involved. Pulitzer Prize-winning duo George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart wrote many comic masterpieces, including You Can't Take It With You and Merrily We Roll Along, but their greatest effort might be The Man Who Came to Dinner. The secret behind the play's numerous revivals is simple: It's very, very funny. Learn More
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- “Heaven on wheels … outlandishly enjoyable.” --<em>New York Times</em>
Book by Douglas Carter Beane
Music & Lyrics by Jeff Lynne & John Farrar
Based on the 1980 Universal Pictures film
Xanadu is produced by Patty Torrilhon and directed by Peter J. Hill. Musical direction by Jay Melberg and choreographed by Noel Irick. The show features; Hannah Zieser, Jimmy Shoffman, Stephen Serna, Leslie Haddad, Tanya Schoenwolf, Chris Chavez, Mallory Briancesco, Peyton Jordan, Sam Duran, Katrina Sanders and Ray Arnold.