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Rocky Ford Community Theatre Plans Musical for June 2016

Hello North Baltimore! The Rocky Ford Community Theatre is beyond excited to reveal that we will be producing a community musical this summer! Overseeing the production will be our core production team: Emily Meyerson, Ben Pack, and Fran Weith. In order to get started with the show, we need your help!
We will be having an informational meeting for anyone wishing to be involved in any aspect of the show on Tuesday, September 8, 2015 at 6:00pm in the community room of the NB Public Library. All meetings for the run of the production have been scheduled, and a full schedule of meetings and rehearsals can be found on the website (see below). Meetings will not last longer than an hour.
1) Please check out our website at to see complete schedules, positions needed (with descriptions) and more information about your show options.
2) Please take some time to read the show synopses, watch some clips and vote here (COMING SOON!) on the NBX to tell our production team which show you’d like to see done!
3) If you are interested in being involved in any aspect, please join us for our informational meeting. If you cannot make it to the meeting, but wish to be involved, please e-mail our production team at [email protected]
We are so excited to get the ball rolling on what we know will be another fun-filled musical!

2016 Show Possibilities

We are considering four possible shows for the Summer Musical. The shows will be put to a vote on the NBXpress. The shows are: The Music Man, Hairspray, Annie Get Your Gun, and Mame. Please see below for show synopses and youtube clips.

The Music Man:

There’s trouble in River City! When smooth-talking con man Harold Hill arrives in a small, tight-knit town in Iowa, he expects to dupe its residents with his elaborate moneymaking scheme: Despite his complete lack of musical literacy, he will convince everyone that he is a brilliant bandleader and recruit all the boys in town to form a band, pocketing the cash for instruments and uniforms. The problem? Some of the town members, especially the stern librarian, Marian Paroo, don’t quite buy Harold’s story. As Harold struggles to keep his scheme afloat, he also finds himself increasingly attached to the townspeople, who have all experienced a positive change since Harold came to town. Complicating matters even more, Harold is also falling head-over-heels for the beautiful Marian.

Click: to see Shipoopi, or here: for Marian the Librarian.

It’s 1962 in Baltimore, Maryland, and quirky, plus-sized, teenage Tracy Turnblad has one dream: to dance on the “Corny Collins Show”. When she gets put in detention with the African-American students in the school, they teach her some of their dance moves, and her new found groove wins her a spot on Corny’s show. Overnight, Tracy transforms from a nobody into a star, and uses her newfound influence to advocate for racial integration on the television show. Tracy faces scrutiny and bullying from the network producer, Velma, and her popular, but vicious, daughter, Amber. With the help of the teenage heartthrob Link, host Corny Collins, and Motormouth Maybelle (the host of ‘Negro Day’), Tracy overcomes the odds and succeeds in her mission to integrate the “Corny Collins Show.” Tony Award-winning Hairspray continues to be one of the most widely produced musicals today, not only because of its wit and charm, but also because of the beautiful message of acceptance and progress that it portrays. The bright, energetic story of Tracy Turnblad teaches us all to look past the color of one’s skin and fight for every human being’s equal rights.

See: for the most recent Hairspray movie trailer.
Annie Get Your Gun

Rough-and-tumble Annie Oakley is the best shot around. A backwoods gal, Annie uses her skill to support her family by selling the game she hunts. When she’s discovered by Buffalo Bill and persuaded to join his Wild West Show, Annie is plucked from obscurity and becomes the toast of Europe. Annie meets her match in Frank Butler, Buffalo Bill’s leading man and star marksman. She falls head over heels for Frank, but soon eclipses him as the main attraction in the show. Her success with a gun makes trouble for Annie’s chance at romance. Annie Get Your Gun follows the journey of Annie and Frank, revealing their competitive natures as they vie for best shot – and each other’s hearts. This fictionalized version of the life of real-life sharpshooter Annie Oakley and her romance with Frank Butler boasts a score of Irving Berlin gems including “There’s No Business Like Show Business”, “I Got Lost in His Arms”, “I Got the Sun in the Mornin’”, “Anything You Can Do,” and “They Say It’s Wonderful.”


After young Patrick Dennis’ parents die, his nanny, Agnes Gooch, brings him to live with his last remaining living relative: Aunt Mame. To Agnes’ shock, Mame is a wild party animal. Nevertheless, she is a kind woman, and she and Patrick hit it off immediately. Things are basically going well until the stock market crashes and Mame loses her rather large fortune. Eventually, after a series of odd jobs, Mame marries a rich man. When her new husband, Beau Burnside, dies, Mame is wealthy once more. This time, however, she has come to realize that love is much more important than money — and dedicates her fortune to the foundation of Burnside Memorial Home for Single Mothers. Jerry Herman’s Mame is an iconic musical, featuring one of the most rich and vibrant roles for a leading lady ever to be written for musical theatre.

See: for a complete cast list.

Click here: for the Mame movie trailer.

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