Tony Award-Winning Urinetown, the Musical at The Grove Theatre
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Broadway power couple Brian and Jeni Stivale, whose combined credits include leading roles in Les Miserables, Damn Yankees and Jesus Christ Superstar, stage a moving and unique holiday concert, Great Joy - A Christmas Celebration. Pastors as well as producers, the Stivales have put together a diverse program that revels in the festivity of the season and celebrates the very first Christmas Miracle back in Bethlehem more than 2,000 years ago. The gifted cast's performance of traditional and unique carols will warm your heart, while the show's dramatic moments are sure to spark your spirit. Recall the "Reason for the Season" at this very special concert at The Grove Theatre. Learn More
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If you haven't seen it, don't let the title put you off. It was outstanding. A first rate production. Wonderful and clever staging. Every performer contributed his/her best. You could tell they loved what their doing and it showed. Barbara Hinrichsen (Director) and Melanie Alpert(Musical Director) should be proud of what they achieved.
See it. You won't be disappointed.
One of the most uproariously funny musicals in recent years, Urinetown is a hilarious tale of greed, corruption, love, and revolution in a time when water is worth its weight in gold. In grim Gotham-like city of the future, a 20-year drought has occurred. As a result, the government has banned private toiletries and the citizens must use pay-to-pee toilets regulated by a monopolistic company, the Urine Good Company, which charges exorbitant prices. Bobby Strong, the assistant custodian at the poorest urinal in town, decides enough is enough. With the help of the daughter of the CEO of the Urine Good Company, Hope Cladwell, Bobby ends up leading a rebellion which frees the citizens. This funny, tongue in cheek piece gets even funnier, sometimes hysterical, because of is clever take off on musical numbers from hit shows such as Annie, Les Miserables, Evita, West Side Story, Fiddler on the Roof and other popular musicals.
The inspiration for the piece came from the author's travels through Europe on a dime, where he found himself spending an exorbitant percentage of his budget on public toilets...yes, you PAY to pee in many European countries. Ruminating on this punitive tax, he found himself in Romania at a rally for Dictator Ceausescu. The scenes of brutish crowd control and intimidation linked with the prior injustice and....voila...Urinetown.