Classic Musical Comedy The Music Man from Reagle Music Theatre
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The last date listed for The Music Man was Saturday July 24, 2010 / 7:30pm.
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- Full Price:
- $57.50 - $77.50
- Our Price:
- $30.55 - $51.53
The entertainment phenomenon known as the Blue Man Group is an outrageous experience that you'll never forget. Wildly imaginative and family friendly, this exuberant stage show cleverly combines comedy, art and science with fabulous visual effects and Grammy-nominated music to create a totally unique form of entertainment. There's lots of audience interaction with the blue bald guys, as well as a pulsating finale set to an original music score. Located in the heart of Boston's Theater District and just steps from Boston Common, the Charles Playhouse is Boston's longtime home of Blue Man Group. It's can't-miss entertainment for ages 7 to 70 and beyond! Learn More
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From the incredible Overture to the Grand Finale - this was a show to remember! The actors, the costumes, the lights, the sound: All of it - This was a great performance that should not be missed - I loved everything about the experience...and if I had the time this weekend - would definitely go again! This show was Broadway quality with hometown prices...and FREE parking! Reagle Players are The Best kept secret in the MetroBoston area! ...and I think it is time to let the word get around!
Starring Scott Wahle as Harold Hill and Sarah Pfisterer as Marian Paroo
Book, music and lyrics by Meredith Willson
This award-winning audience favorite makes a triumphant return to the Reagle stage this summer along with television personality Scott Wahle as Harold Hill and Broadway leading lady Sarah Pfisterer as Marian Paroo. Traveling salesman and all around con-man Harold Hill finds himself in River City, Iowa trying to earn his fortune selling instruments and uniforms for a Boy’s band. His plan is to run away with the money before the townspeople find out that Harold’s not a professor of music. All of Professor Hill’s plans are moving along smoothly until he falls in love with the local librarian and piano teacher, Marian Paroo.