“Urinetown” begins its four day run at Grafton High School tonight and I have to warn you: the lines at the bathroom are going to be HUGE.
The satirical, Tony-award winning musical with the “is that REALLY the name?” title is the first to hit the stage of the brand new Grafton High School, where the auditorium actually contains seats with padding. Directed by the talented Meghan Patrick with musical direction by Stephen Trombley, the cast includes: Connor Arnold, Austin Bailey, Gregory Brett, Aoife Croucher, Christopher Cuzzupe, Chelsey Deranian, Lauren Donaldson, Michael Dow, Henry Edwards, Izzy Edwards, Owen Edwards, Lauren Esper, Maddie Fasold, Kelsey Foran, Chris Gagne, Lauren Guertin, Rachel Iafolla, Teddy Kiritsy, Troy Kubilis, Rosie Legge, Ben Lubeck, Amelia Murray, Kat Resker, Jake Sandakly, Ashley Scarlett, Noelle Scarlett, Renee Shattuck, Adam Smith, and Whitney Valeri.
The shows are Thursday-Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets are $10 at the door.
I popped in for dress rehearsal yesterday and shot photos and video. I was unable to stay for the whole thing because… well, we’ll talk about that a little later today. Here’s a preview: