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RAYTOWN HIGH SCHOOL PRODUCES COMEDY WITHIN A MUSICAL, THE DROWSY CHAPERONE

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“I just want to be entertained,” the Man in Chair states in this hilarious musical comedy produced by Raytown High School Theatre and Music Departments November 20 through 22, 2014. THE DROWSY CHAPERONE is an entertaining show within a show that ran on Broadway in 2006 and received more Tony awards that year than any other show, including Best Musical.

“THE DROWSY CHAPERONE is a musical gift to those who love theatre. Out show is particular helps remind me why I do what I do. As the Man in Chair says, ‘Theatre gives you a song to carry in your head when you are feeling blue,” Director, Katie Kolster, states.

As eventful as the show is, the story takes place completely within the Man in Chair’s mind and manifests itself inside his apartment while he listens to the record of the 1928 fictitious show. Watch as he continuously takes the audience in and out of his fantasy and become lost in this glamorous comedy.

The principal cast consists of Caleb McCarroll as Man in Chair, Hannah Treat as The Chaperone, Mosha Clyma as Janet Van de Graff, Zach Kujath as Robert Martin, Julianna McCarroll as Mrs. Tottendale, Demetrius Hampton as Underling, Alex Gicinto as George, Alejandro Reliford as Gangster #1, Gabe Sawyer as Gangster #2, Austin Hardiman as Feldzeig, Gi Gi Willett as Kitty, Melody Olvera as Trix the Aviatrix, Braden Best as Aldolpho, as  Leah White as the Superintendent. The ensemble is comprised of Hope Romero, Emma Drace, Bailey Shaw, Abbie Braley, Raynesha Green, Sydni Embry, Hannah Steele, Rachel Miller, Leigh Ann Beam, Jessica Madrid, Raheem Fielder-Bey, Chris Solomon, Jacob Alvarado, and John Dickmann.

The Raytown High School theatre, under the direction of Mrs. Katie Kolster, continues its season with THE CRUCIBLE showing February 26-28, 2015 and MOON OVER BUFFALO April 16-18, 2015. Tickets are $5 for students and $7 to reserve for adults or $8 at the door.

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