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Legally Blond

Kyle Pope
Thursday - Saturday 8 p.m. Sunday 2 p.m. , Saturday April 27 | $23 Adults, $20 students

Sorority star Elle Woods doesn't take "no" for an answer. So when her boyfriend dumps her for someone "serious," Elle puts down the credit card, hits the books, and sets out to go where no Delta Nu has gone before: Harvard Law. Along the way, Elle proves that being true to yourself never goes out of style. Includes a fun, upbeat score with songs like Find My Way, Take it Like a Man, What You Want and Positive!

 

Tim Perrino, Director; Matt Wilson Co Director/Choreographer, Ryan Shirar, Music Director; Ashley Bowman, Stage Manager; Jennifer A. Martin, Choreographer

 

 

Cast Includes: Eileen Earnest (Elle), Allison Muennich (Paulette), Melanie Woodruff (Vivian), Molly Peters (Brooke), Teresa Wellman (Enid), Megan Ainsley Callahan (Margot), Michelle Wells (Serena), Stephanie Kenning (Pilar), Arielle Geller (Kate/Chutney), Stephen Welch (Warner), Petyon Hahn (Kyle/Dewey), Tim Perrino (Prof. Callahan), Jon Kovach (Emmett), Ensemble members include:  Macy Martin, Taryn Pramuk, Annie Mulcahey, Elizabeth Chinn Molloy, Philip Krinksky, Jack Manion, Tyler Gau, Greg Moore, Christopher Johnson, Devan Pruitt, Cloverdale Perrino as Rufus and Jilly Leist as Bruiser!



Where: Covedale Center for Performing Arts
Phone: 513-241-6550
Address: 4990 Glenway Ave.
Website: www.cincinnatilandmarkproductions.com/ccpa

Covedale Center for Performing Arts

4990 Glenway Ave.
Covedale, Ohio
45238
 
Community theater facility in a renovated movie house. Features traditional works by American playwrights. Home to Cincinnati Young People's Theatre, talented high school students from all over town that present musicals, (www.cincinnatilandmarkproductins.com/cypt).
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