LAVC Theater presents URINETOWN The Musical by Greg Kotis and Mark Hollmann Friday and Saturday March 27 and 28 and Thursday, Friday and Saturday April 2, 3 and 4 in the Horseshoe Theater on the Valley College campus.  All performances begin at 7:30pm.

This darkly comic meta-musical tells of a dystopian society in which everyone must pay a tax in order to use the bathroom.

Believe it or not, this is a comedy! At the heart of the story is a naïve young man, Bobby Strong, who decides to fight for freedom, inspired by the equally tender-hearted ingénue, Hope Cladwell. Their innate virtue and goodness lead them to the conclusion that changes must be made. The people have a right to use the restroom without taxation! --Wade Bradford.

URINETOWN The Musical is being directed and choreographed by LAVC professor Cathy Susan Pyles and musical directed by Music Department professor Patricia Hannifan.  The designs are by Department of Theatre Arts chairperson Jennifer L. Read and Theatre staff member Mark Svastics.

All performances of URINETOWN are in the Horseshoe Theatre at Los Angeles Valley College. Seating is limited, so please order your tickets early! Tickets purchased on brownpapertickets.com (click below) are $15.00 until March 3! After March 3 the price goes up to $20.00. Tickets purchased at the box office are $25.00. On the day of your performance, please pick up your tickets at the box office will-call at least 15 minutes before curtain time.TICKETS NOT PICKED UP BY 15 MINUTES BEFORE CURTAIN WILL BE RELEASED FOR SALE. Please note that all performances begin at 7:30pm. The box office will open one hour before curtain time.  Please note: THERE WILL BE NO LATE SEATING for this production
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LACCD encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. This event is wheelchair accessible.  Individuals needing sign-language interpreters, assisted listening devices, large print, Braille materials or any other accommodations should contact the Office of Student Life at 818-778-5516.

© 2014 by LAVC THEATRE ARTS.

Photographs by Richard Michael Johnson and others.
 

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