Upcoming Performance

HEAD OVER HEELS

Book by James Magruder, Music & Lyrics by The Go-Go’s

Directed by J. Austin Eyer, Music Direction by Vicky Nooe

Head Over Heels is a musical featuring the songs of The Go-Go’s and based on Philip Sidney’s The Countess of Pembroke’s Arcadia. The royal court of Arcadia is threatened by the mystical Oracle of the Delphi with the loss of its “Beat,” the divine power that ensures the kingdom’s. prosperity. King Basilius, whose title is at stake, forces the members of the royal family and court to the woods to escape the Oracle’s seemingly unavoidable prophecies. Through a plot containing usurped kingship, unlikely lovers, and gender-fluid disguises, Head Over Heels explores unconditional love, no matter someone’s gender or sexual identity.

General Admission - $16

Faculty, Staff, Students & Seniors - $12

Student Additional Showing(s) - $5 

Present your previous showing ticket with your student ID at the door for returning student discount.

Contains adult subject matter.

 

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