Broken Arrow Community Playhouse presents Youth Theatre production


The Broken Arrow Community Playhouse (BACP) is proud to present a summer
Youth Theatre production, “Nottingham: A Totally Teen Musical,” based on book by
Flip Kobler and Cindy Marcus with music by Dennis Poore and lyrics by
Flip Kobler. Show times are 7:30 p.m. are July 18 and 25 and 2 p.m. July 19 and 26. General admission is $8. No reservations are necessary. Youth Theatre productions are not part of regular season. Season tickets may not be used for this production.
Bruce Webb directs this 1960s musical sensation based on the
Robin Hood legend. A creative cast of young artists ages nine to 12th grade work to light up the BACP stage.
Synopsis: It’s 1961, and life is just swell at Nottingham High. Unless you come
from the wrong side of the tracks, that is. John Prince, class president
and big man on campus, keeps the rich Normans happy by stealing from the
poor Saxons. But things are about to change when Robin Loxley comes back
to spend her senior year at her old school. And she (Yes, SHE!) is one
cat who will fight for justice. With the help of Little John-the former
all-state quarterback-and a team of not-so-merry men, Robin sets off to
stop the awful Normans and their hateful schemes.
For more information, call the BACP box office at (918) 258-0077. The Broken Arrow Community Playhouse is in The Main Place, 1800 S. Main, Broken Arrow.
Produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service Inc. The
Broken Arrow Community Playhouse is a member of the Oklahoma Community
Theatre Association and the Tulsa Area Community Theatre Alliance.

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