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The Music Man

Celebrating our 5th Production​

Follow the antics of con-artist turned conductor, Harold Hill, as he convinces the citizens of River City, Iowa that he can teach their children to play in a marching band. Only after Marian, the town librarian, discovers his secret does the plot thicken. Ultimately, we find the Professor with "his foot caught in the door for the first time." Featuring classic songs such as "Till There Was You," "Gary, Indiana," and "Seventy Six Trombones," Meredith Willson's The Music Man is the all-American salute to music, romance and fast-talking flim-flam.

Director: Ralph C Lohse
Vocal Director: Carl Gulbrandson

Orchestra Director: Mark Kimball
Special Vocal & Musical Assistance: Margie Schmidt & Mary Roestel

Heartfelt Thanks!

Port Washington Recreation Association

Sabel's Inc

Buch Lumber Co.

Biever Appliances

Julie Ann Pincushion

Ewig's Fish House

Secretaries: Port Washington High School District Office


Special Thanks to: Mary Roestel and Margie Schmidt for assistance above and beyond the call of duty

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