Musical Theatre West Presents The Andrews Brothers at the Carpenter Center
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The last date listed for The Andrews Brothers was Sunday May 4, 2008 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Carpenter Performing Arts Center, CSULB
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This musical was fantastic. My husband was born during the forties so this just brought many memories back to him. The show starts were all equally fabulous. The performance were top notch and I highly recommend this show for anyone. It was...continued
Stationed during World War II on a South Pacific Army base, three soldiers find themselves giving the performance of their lives when a certain trio of singing sisters fail to show up for their USO gig. Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree, The Hut Sut Song, Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy and A Slow Boat to China are just a few of the wonderful songs that highlight this valentine to the heroes of World War II.
Nick DeGruccio (recently awarded “Best Director” honors by the LA Drama Critic’s Circle for Zanna, Don’t!) will direct The Andrews Brothers, with choreography by Roger Castellano and musical direction by John Glaudini. Roger Bean, creator of The Andrews Brothers, will be in residence, overseeing the production. Stan Chandler, David Engel and Larry Raben, all original cast members of the hit Broadway show Forever Plaid, will star as the three hapless G.I.s, with Darcie Roberts (Broadway’s Curtains and Millie in the National Tour of Thoroughly Modern Millie) rounding out this all-star cast.
About the Ticket Supplier: Musical Theatre West
Musical Theatre West is one of Southern California’s oldest and most respected regional musical theatre companies and draws more than 60,000 patrons to Long Beach’s Carpenter Performing Arts Center. Now in its 62nd season, Musical Theatre West is the fastest growing arts organization in Long Beach and is dedicated to preserving musical theatre as a unique American art form.