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The Miracle Worker - November 1979

  February/March 2014

by William Gibson

This stirring dramatization of the story of Helen Keller is principally concerned with the emotional relationship between the lonely teacher, Annie; and Helen, her deaf, blind student. Annie's success with Helen comes only after some of the most turbulent, violent, and emotion-packed scenes ever presented on stage.


Music! Broadway! America! Too! - September 1979

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Conceived, Written and Directed by E.F. Bluestein

Musical Direction by Sara Savell

Music! Broadway! America! Too is an original song and dance extravaganza saluting the American Musical Theatre. This fast-paced show contains a variety of the brightest tunes from Broadway's greatest hits. The company is composed of 35 talented students selected from Germantown High School.


Fiddler on the Roof - March 1979

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Book by Joseph Stein

Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick

Music by Jerry Bock

Fiddler on the Roof is the story of love, devotion, and defiance in a poor Jewish family in Czarist Russia. The play won nine Tony Awards, including best musical, best composer, and best choreography.


Diary of Anne Frank - November 1978

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by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett

Diary of Anne Frank is a play based on the real diary of a 13 year old girl who lived in Germany during World War II. Due to Nazi prejudice, the Franks are forced into hiding with 4 other people. They share moments of sadness, happiness, anger, fear, and love.


Music! Broadway! America! - September 1978

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Conceived, Written and Directed by E.F. Bluestein

Musical Direction by Sara Savell

Music! Broadway! America! is an original song and dance extravaganza saluting the American Musical Theatre. This fast-paced show contains a variety of the brightest tunes from Broadway's greatest hits. The cast is composed of 25 talented musicians, singers, and dancers selected from Germantown High School.


The Music Man - April 1978

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Book, Music and Lyrics by Meredith Wilson

Story by Meredith Wilson and Franklin Lacey

The Music Man is a nostalgic and heart-warming comedy about lovable con-man Harold Hill and the people of River City, Iowa. The show made its debut on Broadway in 1957 and is filled with favorite showstoppers like "Seventy Six Trombones", "Till There Was You", and "Gary, Indiana".


You Can't Take It With You - December 1977

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by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman

You Can't Take It With You is one of the most successful plays of modern times. The play tells the story of the Sycamores and the Kirbys. The Sycamores seem mad, but if they are mad then the rest of the world is madder. In contrast are the unhappy Kirbys. Strange activities are commonplace in the lives of these two families.


Our Town - October 1977

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by Thornton Wilder

Perennially one of the most popular productions for high schools, this American classic depicts life in a New Hampshire village. Humor, picturesqueness, and pathos are set against the background of centuries of social commentary.


Oklahoma - May 1977

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Music by Richard Rogers

Book and Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein

Oklahoma! is Rodgers and Hammerstein's classic tale of life and love in the Oklahoma Territory just after the turn of the century. For almost sixty years this musical classic has serenaded audiences with such memorable melodies as "Surrey With the Fringe on Top", "People Will Say We're in Love", "Oh What a Beautiful Morning", and the rousing territory anthem "Oklahoma!"


The Mousetrap - February 1977

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by Agatha Christie

The Mousetrap is an Agatha Christie mystery story about a group of strangers stranded in a boarding house with a murderer during a snowstorm.