Oil City Symphony: Off-Broadway's Hit Musical Comedy, with Original Cast Members
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The last date listed for Oil City Symphony was Saturday July 26, 2008 / 2:00pm.
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Trina Smith
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This is not for everybody. This is a campy show. My 11 year old son got a kick out of it. The couple in front of us did not seem to be enjoying it, but the older crowd ate it up. There is some real talent here and if you go knowing is suppose to hokey (and poking fun at it), you won't be disappointed.
Quotes & Highlights
“This is better than John Philip Sousa played on massed kazoos with free ice cream sodas.” —New York Post
Oil City Symphony comes to Fullerton’s Plummer Auditorium. The show stars its authors and original New York cast members Mike Craver and Mary Murfitt (626 performances Off-Broadway). The story concerns four famous graduates of Oil City High School, who return to pay a very humorous homage to a retiring teacher. Each must play several instruments on stage as well as sing and act. The music ranges from “The Hokey Pokey” to the “Anvil Chorus” and also includes “Stars and Stripes Forever”, “1812 Overture”, and “Count Your Blessings” , plus other sentimental favorites and rock standards. The show is known for its humor and multi-talented performers.
Pictured (L-R): Shawn Stengel, Mossly Wassermann, Mike Craver, Mary Murfitt