The Curtain Rises in Ocala
The curtain is rising on "Curtains," the latest production at the Ocala Civic Theater.
For weeks, actors, production crews and dozens of volunteers have come together to produce the musical.
"Curtains" is a comedy about a murder that takes place in Boston in the 1950's during the opening night of a bad adaptation of "Robin Hood." Every member of the company becomes a suspect.
Director and choreographer says it will keep the audience laughing. "You cover every kind of singing style, dancing style from the 1880's to the 1950's and it's a who done it. It's an Agatha Christie farce, who done it, with a musical built around it."
detailed costumes took hours to sew. The Can-can dresses for example, took roughly 30 hours to complete because of the detailed ruffles.
The production crew altogether has over 100 years of experience in the theater.
"Curtains" will open Thursday night and last until October 3rd. For more information, call the Ocala Civic Theatre at (352) 236-2274 or visit www.ocalacivictheatre.com.
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