Locals perform in ‘A Little Night Music’

Four local students will be on stage as the Bellevue Community College Drama Department presents the Tony Award-winning musical “A Little Night Music” May 21-24.

  • Wednesday, May 21, 2008 12:00am
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Four local students will be on stage as the Bellevue Community College Drama Department presents the Tony Award-winning musical “A Little Night Music” May 21-24.

The four include three Inglemoor High graduates: Lindsay Cook, who appears as the central female character, Desiree Armfeldt, a successful regional actress who comes to the realization that perhaps it is time to put aside her lovers and settle down with her daughter; and Anne Brown and Megan Moreau, both appearing as members of the Liebeslieder (love-song) singers, who are central to the musical’s score and story-telling.

Christina Taylor of Bothell, who is attending high school through home-schooling while also attending Bellevue, appears as Anne Egerman, a young wife obsessed with material goods such as new dresses and hats.

Performances begin at 8 p.m. each day, with an additional matinee at 2 p.m. May 24, in the Stop Gap Theatre, located in Building E on the south courtyard of the main campus (3000 Landerholm Circle S.E.).

Tickets, at $12 ($10 students), may be purchased through Ticket Window at www.ticketwindowonline.com.

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