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Grease: School Version
Director: Lara Ganz

Theatre Palisades Youth presents Grease: School Version. Travel back in time to the summer of 1958, when good girl Sandy and greaser Danny fall for each other during a carefree summer. But when the school year begins, Danny is torn between his feelings for Sandy and his image with the Burger Palace Boys and the Pink Ladies. Come hear your favorite songs from the movie and Broadway musical, including Hopelessly Devoted to You, Greased Lightnin' and All Choked Up.

Led by Director Lara Ganz, the Theatre Palisades Youth cast includes more than 45 youth actors, ranging from 7 to 15 years in age!

Grease: School Version is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc., a Concord Theatricals Company.

July 12 - 21

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Ride the Cyclone (High School Edition)
Director: Lara Ganz

Theatre Palisades Teen (TPTeen) presents Ride the Cyclone (High School Edition). In this hilarious and outlandish cult musical, the lives of six teenagers from a Canadian chamber choir are cut short in a freak accident aboard a roller coaster. When they awake in purgatory, the students meet The Amazing Karnak, a mechanical fortune-teller who offers the chance for one lucky teen to return to life. As the teens compete to prove their worthiness, they sing and dance their way through a series of hilarious and touching performances, revealing their deepest hopes and fears.

Led by Director Lara Ganz, the Theatre Palisades Teen cast includes 13 youth actors in 7th through 10th grades!

Ride the Cyclone (High School Edition) is presented by special arrangement with Broadway Licensing, LLC.

July 25 - 28

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Annual Meeting, Dinner and Awards

Cocktails & Voting: 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Buffet Dinner on Founders Island: 7:00pm
Annual Meeting in the Theatre: 8:00pm
Awards Show: 8:15PM
Sunday, August 11

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tick, tick... Boom!
A Musical By Jonathan Larson

Before the revolutionary rock musical Rent, Jonathan Larson had another story to tell... his own. tick, tick... Boom! is a three-chapter pop rock musical about facing crossroads in life and holding on to your dreams that was first produced off Broadway in 2001. It tells the story of young Jonathan, a promising young composer on the eve of his 30th birthday. His girlfriend wants to get married and move out of the city (tick); his best friend is making big bucks on Madison Avenue (tick); and he's still waiting tables and trying to write the great American musical before time, and life, passes him by (Boom!).
September 6 - October 13

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Private Eyes
By Steven Dietz

Private Eyes is a comedy of suspicion in which nothing is ever quite what it seems. Matthew's wife, Lisa, is having an affair with Adrian, a British theatre director. Or perhaps the affair is part of the play being rehearsed. Or perhaps Matthew has imagined all of it simply to have something to report to Frank, his therapist. And, finally, there is Cory — the mysterious woman who seems to shadow the others — who brings the story to its surprising conclusion. Or does she? The audience itself plays the role of detective in this hilarious "relationship thriller" about love, lust and the power of deception.

"Steven Dietz's... Pirandellian smooch to the mercurial nature of theatrical illusion and romantic truth, Dietz's spiraling structure and breathless pacing provide enough of an oxygen rush to revive any moribund audience member... Dietz's mastery of playmaking... is cause for kudos." — Village Voice.

"The cleverest and most artful piece presented at the 21st annual [Humana] festival was Private Eyes by writer-director Steven Dietz... Dietz has created a romantic comedy in which what's real inevitably turns out to be an illusion. It's a play within a play within a play within a play within a psychiatrist's office — a Chinese box full of tricks and surprises." — Chicago Tribune.
November 8 - December 15

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