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One Act Musical
Youth Production
(Rated G)




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VICTORIA'S DANCE
104 Lincoln Street
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
(831) 469-9316


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$12.00 General Admission
$9.00 Seniors and Students

Total: $0.00

If all the available online tickets have been sold, please contact one of our other box offices, or call the main All About Theatre phoneline: (831) 345-6340.

Show Location

Louden Nelson Community Center, downtown Santa Cruz.

Show Dates:

July 16th, 17th & 18th, 2010.

Friday July 16th - performance at 7pm
Saturday July 17th - performances at 2pm & 7pm
Sunday July 18th - performance at 2pm

Held at the Louden Nelson Theater.

Show Synopsis:

Broadway Junior Version- MTI's Broadway Junior Collection includes some of Broadway's best-loved musicals which have been specially adapted for young performers-abridged to 60-80 minutes, with music transposed into keys appropiate for young voices.

The popular pint-sized, pin-striped classic leaps off the silver screen and onto the stage. Like the film, this wild and wacky musical includes a child's dream come true: a classic pie fight fought with "splurge blasters" which spew forth "silly string" instead of pies! With a catchy, swinging score by the composer of The Muppet Movie, Bugsy Malone Junior includes a chorus which may be expanded to include as many performers as desired.

Production Information:

Book by Alan Parker
Lyrics by Paul Williams
Music by Paul Williams

Detailed Show Synopsis and more...

For more information on this amazing proudction and to listen to audio clips of the show itself, visit MTIShows.com by clicking on the following link: Bugsy Malone

Character Breakdown:

BABYFACE & DOWN AND OUTS
They represent the out-of-work Depression-era people. Babyface is comic key to plot.

BLOUSEY BROWN
Fresh off the bus and would-be star, seemingly innocent but nobody's fool. Good singer and actress, comic timing.
Soprano: Low G - F

BUGSY MALONE
The hero of the story with street-wise sensibility. Strong singer and actor, charming and sincere.
Baritone/Tenor: C sharp - D

DANDY DAN
Unflappable underworld businessman, stylish, graceful, good singer.
Tenor: G - B

DANDY DAN'S GANG
Bronx Charlie, Benny Lee, Laughing Boy, Yonkers Charlie, Doodle and Shoulders are the BAD GUYS! Good singers, suave looking, can cast females in these roles.
All Voice Types: G - D

ENSEMBLE & FEATURES
A various mix of featured roles including the Radio Announcer, Paper Boy/Girl, the Mime, Opera Singer, auditioners at the Bijoux, Waitress, Louella, the Butler, Pop Becker, the reporters, laundry workers, police officers, Joe the Bartender, the cook, soup kitchen lady, Priest, Sound Man/Woman, the Barber and Flash Frankie.
Males--all voice types: C sharp - E
Females--all voice types: C - G

FAT SAM
Owner of The Grand Slam speakeasy, good singer and actor capable of physical comedy (does not have to be heavy).
Baritone: F sharp - E

FAT SAM'S GANG
Roxy Robinson, Snake Eyes, Ritzy, Shake Down Louis, and Knuckles are bumbling, funny, non-threatening, good singers capable of physical comedy. Females can be cast in these roles.
All Voice Types: C - D

FIZZY
Janitor of The Grand Slam, strong singer and actor, capable of showing emotional range.
Tenor: C sharp - D flat

LENA MARELLI
A real diva and star of her own show, strong singer, capable of affected character voice, strong stage presence.
Soprano: A - F

LEROY
Big, gentle and powerful with comic timing.
Non-singing

LOONEY BERGONZI
Silent but hilarious role, capable of maintaining an eerie/odd presence onstage.
Non-singing

MARBINI & THE VENTRILOQUIST
Two different performers auditioning for Oscar De Velt. Funny, comic, convinced they are famous and talented.

OSCAR DE VELT
Stage equivalent of Cecil B. DeMille. Strong, confident actor.
Non-singing

SEYMOUR SCOOP
Quintessential newspaper reporter, good actor.

TALLULAH
Fat Sam's 'moll' and club headliner, strong singer, good actress.
Alto: B - B

THE GRAND SLAM GIRLS
Loretta, Dottie, Bangles, Tillie, and Velma are Tallulah's gang. Good singers and dancers.
All Voice Types: B - D

And many other fun theatrical roles...!

Lindsey Chester (Executive Director): 831-345-6340

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