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Forever Plaid
a Musical
CATEGORY : COMEDY DRAMA MUSICAL
by Stuart Ross

COMPANY : PlayRight Productions LLC [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Cumming Playhouse [WEBSITE]
ID# 3407

SHOWING : May 21, 2009 - June 28, 2009

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Story of “The Plaids” - four guys who loved to sing like their idols the Four Aces or The Crew-Cuts. They were struggling to make it as a harmony quartet in the early 60’s. Their problem? They're dead! Wiped out by a bus full of schoolgirls on their way to witness the Beatles make their U.S. television debut on the Ed Sullivan show. The schoolgirls miraculously escaped uninjured, but the harmony group was killed instantly. Their second opportunity to perform really is heaven sent. They've been returned to Earth many years later to put on the show they never performed in life. Great show, great music, a must-see!


CAST & CREW LIST
Producer Doug Allen
Producer Renee Davis
Producer Barry Piacente
Jinx Kyle Haak
Smudge Gary Modlish
Sparky Bradley Renner
Frankie/Francis David Wise
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REVIEWS

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Forever Fabulous
by titanic
Monday, June 8, 2009
5.0
This production is A-1 all the way. The four men are individually incredibly talanted and the blend they have together is perfection. I am familiar with Playright's productions and this one is equal in quality to "Smoke on the Mountain" and "Sanders Family Christmas" on all levels. My husband and I attended a Thursday night performance which was only a $15 ticket and we were more than satisfied with the value for our dollar. Even though some might be weary of paying $25 a ticket for a play they may not be familiar with, trust me, this one is worth every cent. You will thoroughly enjoy the music, the story, the guys, the special effects, everything!! Kudos to the piano player and the bass player as well. They were wonderful and added every nuance needed to make this one of the best shows I have seen to date.
Thank you Playright and my advice to everyone else.....go see this show! [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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