PEP Productions presents

Urinetown, the Musical

February 24 – March 3, 2007

Maroondah Secondary College Theatre, Ringwood

Well, hello there. And welcome to Urinetown, where water has become so scarce that the government has banned private toilets, forcing the townspeople to pay to use privately-owned public amenities. Admission is high, creating tensions between those who can afford the privilege to pee and those who cannot. But when the powers-that-be push their prices beyond the reach of the city’s poor, the idealistic Bobby Strong stages a revolution that will change the community forever.

With its offbeat script and wickedly funny score, Urinetown debuted on Broadway in 2001 and went on to win three Tony awards. Dealing with ideas of freedom, power, and limited water resources, the show is both wildly entertaining and particularly topical for a contemporary Melbourne audience. So book your tickets now for PEP Productions’ first venture: the Victorian amateur premiere of Urinetown, the Musical.

Director: Julia Roper
Musical Director: Malcolm Fawcett
Choreographer: Gemma Purdy

Bobby Strong: Nick Kong
Hope Cladwell: Alana Kiely
Caldwell B Cladwell: James Kearney
Little Sally: Lisa Athans
Officer Lockstock: Marcus Fleming
Officer Barrel: Kieran Tracey
Penelope Pennywise: Leah Anderson
Hot Blades Harry: Gerard Schneider
Little Becky Two Shoes: Helena Plazzer
Senator Fipp: Glen Barnett
Mr McQueen: Richard Humphries
Dr Billeaux: Michelle Crupi
Mrs Millennium: Lauren McCormack
Josephine Strong: Jen Biggs
Soupy Sue: Amy Spruce
Old Man Strong/Robbie the Stockfish: Mark Woods
Tiny Tom/Billy Boy Bill/Cop 2: Ryan Purdy
Cop 1: Trent Bockman
Girl Cop: Noni Garratt

Elyce Johnstone
Deana Moore
Kathryn Sherrard
Jenter Zilm

February 23, 2007

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