The Marvelous Wonderettes: Hit Musical Revue Tells Story of '50s Girl Group
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The last date listed for The Marvelous Wonderettes was Sunday July 10, 2011 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Plymouth Playhouse:
- Full Price:
- $34.00 - $38.00
- Our Price:
- $15.30 - $17.10
Set in 1979, while the rest of the church is outside wrapped up in the Centennial Celebration, the Church Basement Ladies are busy in the kitchen cooking up some time travel fun as they take you on a trip through the past 100 years with flashback stories about their personal histories. We'll meet Vivian's grandmother, one of the founding members of the church, in 1897, see Karin as a newlywed and be there on that day, in 1944, when Mavis first barreled through the swinging kitchen door. Times have changed, but the entertaining Church Basement Ladies handle any era with grace, hilarity and a few new musical numbers to keep everybody's spirits high. Learn More
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My husband and I attended the show. Wasn't sure what to expect but figured at least the songs would be fun to listen to. It ended up that we thoroughly enjoyed the show and were very impressed with the four "Marvelous Wonderettes" voices, and the acting was fantastic!
It was fun when they pulled a man out of the audience, pretending that he was one of their teachers, Mr. Lee. He played along beautifully! We highly recommend this show!
The Marvelous Wonderettes takes you to the 1958 Springfield High School prom where we meet the Wonderettes - Betty Jean, Cindy Lou, Missy and Suzy, four girls with hopes and dreams as big as their crinoline skirts and voices to match! As we learn about their lives and loves, we are treated to the girls performing classic 50’s songs.
About the Ticket Supplier: Plymouth Playhouse
Plymouth Playhouse is best known for producing award-winning musicals and comedies. It has been the home of many long-running, award-winning productions including a one-year run of the Twin Cities Drama Critics Circle award winner - "Diamond Studs."