Higher Education: New Musical From Broadway Producers
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The last date listed for Higher Education was Sunday July 21, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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Britt is the perfect kid -- she never gets into trouble and loves making her friends happy. But in Stinky Kids: The Musical, things take a turn for the worse when she wakes up with an epic wad of gum stuck in her hair! Britt is worried that her parents will cancel the trip to the brand-new bounce house and must rely on her mischievous friends to help her, embarking on an unexpected adventure across their neighborhood. This award-winning show based on the best-selling series of books will make your family stand up and cheer! Learn More
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Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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It was a very good original show. The talent was very good and we enjoyed it very much. The OCHA cast was really top notch -- as good as what I have seen in touring companies. There was a problem with the sound system that delayed the show for almost an hour. So it was much later than we planned, but still a good show.
The show runs 2.5 hours and is recommended for children ages 4 and older.
The show is choreographed by Galen Hooks, produced by Christopher Sepulveda, written and directed by Tim Kashani and original music and lyrics by Pamela Winslow Kashani.
Higher Education made its Bridge 2 Broadway debut in the summer of 2012 (under its working title Guardians), and the workshop culminated with a staged reading of the work-in-progress. This year, Bridge 2 Broadway is proud to announce that Higher Education will be featured as a full production at the Margaret A. Webb Theatre. Higher Education marks the first production from Bridge 2 Broadway to return for a fully realized production. Rather than the staged readings of last year, the 2013 production of Higher Education will feature sets, costumes, lighting, and choreography, along with the return of last year’s live orchestra.