Tuesday, September 4, 2012




75785cd64c50312294ceeec6aecd99c6THE MUSIC MAN
By Meredith Willson
Director: Camille DiLorenzo
Music Director: Ilene Greenbaum
Production Manager: Howie Tilkin

WHEN: Wednesday, September 5 and Thursday, September 6, Children 8-14 6-8 PM, Adults 8 PM- 9:30 PM; Callbacks by appointment.
: Northland Community Center, Jefferson Court, Livingston, NJ

Performance Dates: November 10, 11, 17 (2 performances), 18

There are many outstanding roles both for adults and youngsters 8 years old and over.

Please bring a head shot if possible, and be prepared to sing 16 bars of music and learn a brief dance routine. Bring your own music or they will provide it.

For their 10th anniversary show, Livingston Community Players will proudly present Meredith Willson’s The Music Man.

Plot Summary: Confidence man Harold Hill arrives at staid River City intending to cheat the community with his standard scam of offering to equip and train a boy's marching band, then skip town with the money since he has no music skill anyway. Things go awry when he falls for a librarian he tries to divert from exposing him while he inadvertently enriches the town with a love of music.

Phyllis Meranus and Lois Dyer, Co-producers, are delighted to welcome back to LCP the dynamic duo of Camille DiLorenzo, as Director, and Ilene Greenbaum as Music Director. They will be joined by Howie Tilkin who will serve as Production Manager. Camille Vecchio-DiLorenzo, a West Orange resident, boasts a 25 year career in theatre as stage director, producer, stage manager, performer, and arts education professional. Ilene Greenbaum of Livingston has served as music director, conductor, and music educator in New York and New Jersey for over 30 years. Howie Tilkin, former Livingston resident, is a recent graduate of the NYU Tisch School of the Arts and is currently a Broadway production assistant.

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In conformance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Livingston Community Players stresses that participation of individuals with disabilities is welcome and valued. To the extent possible, we strive for maximum inclusion and accommodation of individuals with a disability.