Lucky Dollar Private Eye

By Tim Kelly

Directed by Carla Gallun

A merry mix of mayhem, melody and mania! It's Los Angeles' favorite gumshoe searching for the deadly "Pearl of Persia" -- and battling his old foes: "The Fat Man," mad Mrs. Mintworth, Brush Mohair, the evil Conchita. It's a tough job but it has its up side -- the "dames," who find him irresistible. So what if the bodies are piling up and Lucky's arrested on a murder rap because of that weird bird -- The California Chicken. That's what private eyes are all about. Wait 'til you see what happens when our hero gets trapped in a madhouse run by the villainous Montrose Hogsbreath! No set problems, yet this ingenious spoof fills the stage like a Broadway musical. The wonderful score is witty and easy to sing, loaded with show-stoppers: "Lucky Dollar," "Pearl Of Persia," "Something About The Boy," "He'll Never Know," "I Love A Freeway."

Produced by Redbud Players at 400 West School St.

Performances: July 25-27, 2003

July 25-26, 7:30 pm July 27, 2 pm

Ticket Prices $3 individual, $10 family of four or more

Call 920-623-0373 for reservations or more information.