The Tamarac Theatre Of Performing Arts is taking on some large cast shows which require superb leading men and women for’the 2011-2012 season it announced this week.
Bye Bye Birdie, the Eisenhower Era musical poking fun at those darn teenagers and their rock music, opens Oct. 15-Nov. 6.
The Producers, the anarchic musical smash based on Mel Brooks’ irreverent cult film, will bring its celebration of greed, lust and bad taste Jan. 7-29.
Rumors, a comedy by Neil Simon that few people have seen or heard of, plays Feb.”18-Mar. 11. At a posh townhouse, the deputy mayor of New York has just shot himself. Though he only suffers a flesh wound, the ensuing cover-up at a wedding anniversary party is reportedly a hilarious farce.
One of a handful of shows legitimately contending for the title Best Musical of All Time,’Gypsy features the finest role of Ethel Merman’s career ‘ as well as Patti Lupone’s, Angela Lansbury’s, Tyne Daly’s and Bernadette Peters’. It plays April”7-29.
The Prisoner Of 2nd Avenue is Neil Simon at his most dyspeptic. This’dark comedy about a downsized middle-class city dwellers’threatens to make you cry in sympathetic frustration at the perils of urban life. It plays May 12-June 3.
All shows are performed at 7143 Pine Island Road.
For more information, call'(954) 726-7898 or visit’www.ttopa.org.