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G.I. Holiday Jukebox
a Holiday Musical
CATEGORY :
by Rick Lewis

COMPANY : Stage Door Players [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Stage Door Players [WEBSITE]
ID# 3560

SHOWING : December 04, 2009 - December 20, 2009

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

During WWII, Hollywood stars and starlets made it their duty to entertain "the boys." G.I. HOLIDAY JUKEBOX takes four Hollywood stars to the "front" for a holiday reunion. It's Christmas-time, the world is at war, but for a brief time, at peace as our four singing stars deliver some of the best music of the 1940's, framed by a collection of holiday and Christmas music, ranging from the classic to corny to silly and sentimental!


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Robert Egizio
Musical Director Linda Uzelac
Choreographer Ricardo Aponte
Sound Design Dan Bauman
Production/Stage Manager Courtney Loner
Lighting Design Michael Magursky
Scenic Design Chuck Welcome
Cast Kyle Haak
Cast Tracy Moore
Cast Caitlin Smith
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