Free to Be... You and Me
Marlo Thomas and Friends
7/6/2001 to 8/12/2001
Thursday at 7pm
Friday at 7pm
Saturday at 7pm & 10pm
Sunday at 3pm
$15 - general/ $10 - 18 & under
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Jason Dittmer :
Tim Barr, Robert Bogue, Beth Cooper, Kim Ferse, and Esther Williamson.
Tim Long: Lighting Design
Jenny Gibson: Technical Director
Choreographer: Darlene Sellers
Set Design: Steve McGillivray
Costume Design: Kim Breskin-Auer
Stage Manager: Amy LaZerte
"I advise those of you weighted down by the pervasive irony and posing of modern times to give your hard-working personas a few hours off and go see it."
Emily Hall - The Stranger
From the book "Free To Be...You And Me" conceived by Marlo Thomas. Adapted for the stage by Douglas Love and Regina Safran. Contributions by Judy Blume, Dan Greenberg, Carol Hall, Sheldon Harnick, Bruce Hart, Edward Kleban, Elaine Laron, Shephen Lawrence, Betty Miles, Shelley Miller, Carl Reiner, Mary Rodgers, Shel Silverstein, and Peter Stone.
Marlo Thomas conceived a children's musical that, instead of telling children who they should be, would open them up to the possibilities of whom they could be. Life enhancing themes are
imaginatively blended with music and humor to expand children's horizons, enabling them to invent their own futures without limitation.
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Theater of Puget Sound (July 28, 2001)