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The Drowsy Chaperone

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The Drowsy Chaperone is a musical within a comedy, where a modern day musical theater enthusiast known as “Man in Chair” chases his blues away by playing his favorite 1920s musical album on his record player.  The musical springs to life in his living room telling the tale of a dazzling Broadway starlet, Janet Van De Graaff, who decides she wants to give up her glamour life to become a wife. What Janet doesn’t know is that her producer and chaperone have set up a plan to stop the nuptials. Join us for an evening of fun when the “Man in Chair” (Michael Toole) introduces us to a starlet (Jane Hefel), a despairing chaperone (Libby Hall), a greedy producer (Colby LaMarche),  a debonair groom (Corey Candelet), a tap dancing best man (Jordan Auber), a dizzy flapper girl (Kaitlyn Morin), gangsters posing as pastry chefs (Ian Capozzoli and Jouval Mejias), a female aviator (Haley Barravecchia), a Latin lover (Jay Nieuwenhuis) and a cast of over 60 singers and dancing follies. “Finally, a musical about people who adore musicals!”


Advance Tickets are $10 for students and seniors and $12 for adults.  Tickets can be purchased beginning February 11th at the Stonington High School office in person or by calling (860) 599-5781 and at the auditorium box office beginning February 25th on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6-8 PM and Saturdays 10-12.  Tickets at the door prior to each performance will be $12 for students and seniors and $14 for adults. 


We are also pleased to offer 25 premium assigned seats for each performance at $25.00 per ticket. These exceptional seats come with a cast photograph, concession voucher and, best of all, no waiting in line! These tickets can be purchased in advance at the Stonington High School office or at the auditorium times noted above.  In addition, a  Silent Auction will be held during the musical production.  Attendees may bid on one of a kind theatrical props and original artwork. Winning bids will be announced after the final show on March 17th. Proceeds benefit scholarships for seniors graduating from the department.

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