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Everyone is Good for Something
Victoria Bond
Beatrice Schenk de Regniers
Curt L. Tofteland, Director; Bill Corcoran, Musical Director; Ingrid Gunderson, Choreographer; John Michael Roberts, Set Designer; H. Charles Schmidt, Lighting Designer; Dpug Watts, Costume Designer
Geoffrey Hobin as Boy, Jill Susan Meyers as Narrator; actor/dancers: Nina Furst, Julia Mueller, Terry Weber; chorus: Jeni Lamm, Rick Munger, Debra Lynne Wicks
March 08, 1986
Stage One, The Louisville Children's Theatre
The story of a boy trying to find his sense of self-worth in a difficult world. His mother continually scolds him and a mocking chorus taunts him as a failure and good for nothing. He is constantly making a mess of every job he is asked to do. One day a stranger gives him a sack to throw in the river. He opens the sack to discover a magical cat who speaks to him. She takes him on a journey to the land of good-for-nothings where he learns how to help others and by doing so, help himself. He returns to his mother a hero.
00:40
1 Dancer
A musical for young audiences
Victoria Bond, composer
212-691-6858 or 631-329-5441
http://www.victoriabond.com

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