Seaquam presents “The Great Hollywood Musical Disaster”

Apr 12

You’re invited to Seaquam’s upcoming major production of “The Great Hollywood Musical Disaster,” a hilarious comedic farce set in a 1970’s Hollywood movie studio. (Just to be clear: despite the title, this play is a comedy, NOT a musical!) Hollywood film producer Junior Dover, Jr., hasn’t made a picture since his last flop, Zombies Of The Stratosphere, but for his latest project, Disasterama, Junior lures every big Hollywood star to be part of his new movie by writing a different script for each star. All he has to do now is somehow actually shoot the movie without all the stars finding out about his crazy scheme! How Junior manages to stay one jump ahead of disaster makes this play a laugh riot! The show runs for four evening performances, on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday (April 17-19 & 21). Tickets are on sale in the office ($7 for students/seniors, $10 for adults) or at the door ($10 for students/seniors, $12 for adults). We hope to see you there!