LUCKY GUY – TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
YUP … no business like SNOWbusiness!!!!
( and also the rest of the weekend!!!)
And hey….It might be cold outside .. but let the Cast of Lucky Guy melt your heart and make this one of the “warmest days of your life!!!”
Congratualtions to the CAST of LUCKY GUY!!!!
…The word on the street is RUN, don’t walk to see this show!
…It’s laugh out loud funny, refreshing and heart warming!
…Really impressive! …magical!!
…The kids and the CTA should be VERY PROUD!
…Exactly what we need right now – I was laughing and singing all the way to my car!
… I didn’t have any kids in the show, and my cheeks still hurt from smiling!!!!
Book, Music & Lyrics by Willard Beckham
Produced for Goodspeed Musicals by Michael P. Price, Executive Producer
Produced at the Little Shubert Theatre, New York City, by L. Glenn Poppleton
Mt. Lebanon High School Auditorium
February 6th, 7th at 7:30pm
February 8th at 1:00 and 7:30pm
For ticket reservations call The Center for Theater Arts or stop by the front desk!
Tickets are $12.00 and will be available at the door.
…it’s not what you’ve got in Life, it’s who you’ve got to share it with that counts!
It’s SHOWTIME FOLKS…
Lucky Guy premiere is around the corner
The Center for Theatre Arts has been working directly with Willard Beckham – the AUTHOR, COMPOSER and BOOK Writer from New York ( who will be coming to Pittsburgh for the shows -) along with R&H Theatricals to develop this musical for HIGH SCHOOL students!
LUCKY GUY will be a Pittsburgh Premiere – and archived for our work in development!!
What an incredible honor to have received this amount of trust and recognition for… Excellence in Theater Education!
LUCKY GUY tells the tale of a singing cowboy in Nashville who wins a song contest and the chance to become a star! Lucky Guy is a fresh, new and totally original musical comedy guaranteed to delight the whole family. It has a fast and funny plot that will have you roaring with laughter and a memorable score filled with songs you’ll be humming long after you leave the theatre.
This Musical boasts a comic zestfulness that’s as refreshing as a cool glass of lemonade on a hot summer day and a heart as big as a stretch of a Midwestern plain, ultimately winning theatergoers’ hearts and earning their laughter.
The show tells the story of how G.C Wright manages to save his tiny recording studio from being foreclosed on by his nasty used car magnate cousin Big Al thanks to a song called “Lucky Guy” — a sure-fire hit that’s been penned by Billy Ray Jackson, who’s come to Nashville to record it, having won a contest that G.C.’s company has sponsored.
Unfortunately, Big Al gets wind of the tune, and schemes to steal the number away from the guys with the help of Miss Jeannie Jeannine, the Queen of Country music — whose crown is showing its age.