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Broadway'S Best Is Waiting For You At Starlight Theatre
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Reviewed on 2004-06-14
The 2004 season starts June 22 and includes five award-winning Broadway shows. Enjoy an evening under the stars with glamour and excitement, murder and romance, choreography that will get your feet tapping and scores that will have you humming.

CATS (June 22-27) This summer is your chance to see the glamour and splendor that have made this Andrew Lloyd Webber signature production a favorite with audiences of all ages.

ANNIE (July 5-11) In one of the world's best-loved musicals, Annie is a spunky depression-era orphan determined to find her parents. Annie's fun-filled adventures with a loveable mutt named Sandy and billionaire Oliver Warbucks delight audiences of all ages. The cheerful score is filled with favorites like It's a Hard-Knock Life and the classic Tomorrow - will fill your heart with joy!

THE KING AND I (July 13-18) This Rodgers & Hammerstein classic is one of the all-time marvels of the musical stage. East verses West makes for a dramatic, and uplifting tale of fascination. Anna and the King struggle to understand and, eventually, respect one another's traditions and values in a love story that is timeless. The awarding winning score is terrific.

CAMELOT (AUGUST 3-8) This classic tale of King Arthur is full of the magic and romance of CAMELOT. Fantastic Lerner & Loewe music bring it to life with Arthur's celebrated Round Table, Merlyn, Lancelot, Guenevere and many tales of love, friendship, betrayal and trust. Enjoy enchanting music including Camelot, If Ever I would Leave You. How to Handle a Woman, The Simple Joys of Maidenhood and many more.

CHICAGO (August 17-22) Amidst the steamy jazz and smoking guns of the Roaring Twenties in CHICAGO, chorus girl Roxie Hart murders her faithless lover. Facing the death penalty, Roxie and fellow murderess Velma Kelly each vie for the daily headlines, seeking publicity. This sensational tale of greed, exploitation and the Age of Decadence features a killer musical score that showcases the immortal choreography of Bob Fosse.

Yes, looks like quite a season. Call 816-363-STAR today for more information.

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