In a grim, Gotham-like city, a 20-year drought has occurred. As a result, the government has banned private toiletries and the citizens must use pay toilets regulated by a monopolistic company, the Urine Good Company, which charges exorbitant prices. Bobby Strong, the assistant custodian at the poorest urinal in town, decides enough is enough. With the help of Hope Cladwell, the daughter of the CEO of the Urine Good Company, Bobby ends up leading a rebellion which frees the citizens.
This lively satirical musical comedy, had a rocky start – Urinetown‘s quirky subject matter and sarcastic anti-musical commentary made it awkward to get off the ground. But the tongue-in-cheek play went on to take the theater world by storm, debuting on Broadway in 2001 and going on to secure a Tony Award that year!
Plan now for this unconventional romp through a delightful mix of musical genres, on stage at the Rosedale Park Community House this spring! Performance dates are:
Friday, Mar 16 – Dinner Theater | 6:30 pm – $30
Saturday, Mar 17 | 8:00 pm – $16
Sunday, Mar 18 – Soup and Salad Luncheon | 1:00 pm – $22
Friday, Mar 23 | 8:00 pm – $16
Saturday , Mar 24 – Wine & Cheese | 7:00 pm – $25
Sunday, Mar 25 | 2:00 pm – $16 (students & seniors $14)
Friday, Mar 30 – NRPCA Benefit (Coffee & Dessert Buffet) | 7:00 pm – $25
Saturday Mar 31 | 8:00 pm – $16
Two for $20 Special!!
In our effort to make musical comedy accessible to everyone, we’re running a 2 for $20 special for our Saturday, March 17th performance. So bring a friend for a delightful evening of entertainment!
Just call and mention the 2 for $20 special, and get two tickets for the discounted price of $20! As many blocks of 2 as you like, until we sell out! (Single tickets remain at the $16 price level.)
Call today for tickets! 313-835-1103