Beloved Musical Hello, Dolly! at The Footlight Club
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The last date listed for Hello, Dolly! was Sunday November 15, 2009 / 2:00pm.
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Playwright Victoria Stewart was inspired by two very different figures -- CNBC personality Suze Orman and Victorian novelist Henry James -- when writing her latest, most probing play, Rich Girl. For despite their differences, both Orman and James share an obsession with money and Rich Girl explores that peculiarly American fascination with startling sensitivity and imagination. When the sheltered Claudine meets the penniless Henry, the two fall helplessly in love. But for Claudine's mother, a tough-talking celebrity finance guru, this happiest of happy coincidences is a cause for suspicion and worry. Inspired by the classic play and film The Heiress, this clever new comedy examines women and their relationships with men, mothers and moolah -- if not in exactly that order. Courtney O'Connor directs the show at the Lyric Stage Company of Boston. Learn More
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By Michael Stewart
Music & Lyrics by Jerry Herman
Based on The Matchmaker by Thornton Wilder
Directed by Richard Repetta
This musical adaption of Thornton Wilder’s The Matchmaker has won multiple Tony awards and is widely regarded as one of Broadway's most enduring hits. Crafty, meddling Dolly Gallagher Levi is charged with finding a suitable wife for the upright, respectable Horace Vandergelder. But she quickly decides to take matters into her own hands and keep him for herself, and Dolly sets out to scheme and sing her way into Horace’s hard heart all over New York.
About the Ticket Supplier: The Footlight ClubNestled in a residential area near Jamaica Pond, The Footlight Club, America's oldest community theatre, has performed every year since 1877. For over 120 years Footlight Club members have sustained the organization's mission:
To present the best in non-professional theater to a broad-based audience, and to preserve and maintain Eliot Hall as a community resource.