GRCHS Theatre Department presents "Curtains"
In a collision of theatrical traditions – Agatha Christie meets 42nd Street – Curtains is a backstage whodunit with a clever and contagiously catchy toe-tapping score. PCPA’s production of John Kander and Fred Ebb’s Tony-winning musical plays November 8-10 at the DeVos Center for Arts and Worship.
Set in 1946 Boston, the cast and crew of a Broadway-bound musical all become suspects after someone is murdered on stage. Detective Frank Cioffi is called in to solve the murder. While investigating, Cioffi finds himself in the middle of theatrical egos and eccentricities, deceit, and a budding love affair. A huge fan of musical theatre himself, Cioffi even has some suggestions on how to improve "Robin’ Hood! A New Musical of the Old West."
"Whatever you do, don't let the curtain go down on Curtains without seeing it! You'll have so much fun and laugh so hard it'll kill you!" ~Santa Maria Sun
Reserved tickets for "Curtains" are $10 each.
*Onling ticketing for tonight's final performance is now closed. Tickets will be available for purchase in person at the Box Office beginning at 6:00pm.**
Repeats: Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, November 8-10, 2018 at 7:00pm