April 14, 1999
Dream True
Composer:Ricky Ian Gordon
Librettist:Tina Landau
Synopsis
The story of Dream True begins in Wyoming in 1945 and continues over four decades in various locations.

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Approximate Runtime (hh:mm)
02:20

Number of Acts
2

Musical Style
Musical theater

Vocal & Musical Forces
3 principal roles, 1 secondary role; chorus: 7. Orchestra: flute, clarinet, bassoon, alto saxophone, trumpet, piano, percussion, synthesizer, bass.

Original Cast
Jeff McCarthy (Peter Emmons)
Judy Kuhn (Madge)
Alex Bowen (Peppy Cody)
Jase Blankfort (Verne Dexter)
Jessica Molaskey (Sarah Cody)
Amy Hohn (Dray Dexter)
Stephen Skybell (Dr. Howard Emmons)
Francis Jue (Hal)
Bryan T. Donovan (Bernard)
Michael Cole (Jim)
Daniel Jenkins (Vernon Dexter)


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