Tony-Winning Musical Comedy The Music Man in Simi ValleySimi Valley Cultural Arts Center (3050 Los Angeles Ave Simi Valley, CA 93065)
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The last date listed for The Music Man was Sunday August 19, 2012 / 2:00pm.
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William Gibson's The Miracle Worker was initially written for television before being presented on stage in 1959. From that point on, it's been one of the most popular pieces of American theater. It tells the true story of a young teacher named Annie Sullivan and her heroic efforts to give the blind, deaf and mute Helen Keller the gift of language. With no way to communicate, Keller's life until meeting Sullivan was one of frustration and rage. With remarkable dedication and love, Sullivan fed Keller the universe through her hands. Audiences are reawakened to the limitless possibilities of being alive. Learn More
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23 Goldstar Member Reviews
Written on Apr 12 2013
GREAT PLAY!!! This was a wonderful production of the "Music Man". All the actors/musicians/etc. were excellent. This was a wonderful show and very well done. Very enjoyable evening! If I didn't know better I would think this was a Professional Production :). Great Job to all!
Written on Sep 03 2012
I thought the actors were great. Fun production. :-)
Written on Aug 22 2012
This was the best community theater I have ever seen. There were exceptionally talented performers, especially the children and teens. That the live orchestra was part of the production in its bandstand was a nice touch. As a person who has been involved with music since childhood, I applaud Simi Valley's committment to the arts.
Written on Aug 20 2012
Great show for the family! Very well done. I'd see it again!
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With his fast-talking style, "Professor" Harold Hill convinces the town that unless they adopt his revolutionary music program, "The Think System", the morals of the youngsters of River City will be forever doomed. He cons the parents into buying instruments and expensive uniforms in order to form the River City Boys Band. Chaos ensues as Hill's credentials are questioned and he is called upon to prove himself to the citizens of River City.
This all-American family musical is guaranteed to entertain, featuring an entire score of classic hit songs including "Til There was You", "Gary, Indiana", "Lida Rose" and of course, "Seventy-six Trombones".
Originally produced on Broadway in 1957, it ran for 1,375 performances, starring Barbara Cook and made a star of Robert Preston. The Music Man was embraced by theatre audiences of all ages and is unquestionably one of the most beloved shows of all time.