Urinetown, the musical
The Blue Hill Troupe, Ltd. presents
Urinetown: The Musical
Music and Lyrics by Mark Hollmann
Book and Lyrics by Greg Kotis
for the benefit of LSA Family Health Service
Directed & choreographed by Gary Slavin
Music Direction by Matthew Stephens
Urinetown: The Musical is a satirical musical comedy that premiered in 2001. It satirizes the legal system, capitalism, social irresponsibility, populism, bureaucracy, corporate mismanagement, and municipal politics. As relevant (and funny!) today as it was 20 years ago (perhaps more so).
|Little Sally||Brady Lynch|
|Little Becky Two-Shoes/Mrs. Millennium||Dena Cubbin|
|Officer Lockstock||Andrew Neuman|
|Officer Barrel||Christian Smythe|
|Caldwell B. Cladwell||Tom Staggs*|
|Soupy Sue/Cladwell’s Secretary||Alison Plotkin|
|Penelope Pennywise||Amy Hughlett|
|Hot Blades Harry/Old Man Strong||David Pasteelnick|
|Josephine Strong/Old Woman||Suzanne R. Taylor|
|Hope Cladwell||Lauren Cupples*|
|Bobby Strong||Chazmond Peacock|
|Mr. McQueen||Kevin Murray|
|Senator Fipp||Matt Levine|
|Dr. Billeaux/Tiny Tom||Michael Macaione*|
|Robbie the Stockfish/Exec 1||John C. Taylor|
|Billy Boy Bill/Exec 2||Geoff Gaebe|
Performances November 10-14, 2021 at The Theatre at St. Jeans, at 184 East 76th Street in New York City.
There will be a talk back with the creators of Urinetown, Mark Hollman and Greg Kotis, after the 11/13 matinee!
Please note: The health and safety of all is our top priority. We are now only welcoming individuals to our performances who are fully vaccinated (regardless of age). At the time of entry into the building, attendees must show proof of full vaccination and a government issued photo identification. Masks will be required to be worn whilst in the theater. Additional protocols may be required to attend in person, in accordance with medical and public health recommendations and applicable laws.
In addition, for the health and safety of our audiences, cast, and crew, you will now receive a print-at-home e-ticket. You must bring a copy of the e-ticket (or have it downloaded to a mobile device) for admission to the theater. No paper tickets will be provided.
The theatre is located between Lexington and Third Avenues on the south side of 76th Street, close to the 77th Street stops on the 6 Train. The theatre provides wheelchair access. Upon arrival, please send someone down to let our box office staff know of your need. We will send someone up to street level to assist you with access to the elevator.