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Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?

Naperville Central HS Auditorium

Event date: 6/19/1998 7:30 PM - 6/28/1998 3:00 PM Export event
Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?

Book by:
John R. Powers

Based on a novel by:
John R. Powers

Music and Lyrics by:
James Quinn
Alaric Jans

A hilarious look at the trials and tribulations of growing up in the Chicago Catholic school system. You need not have experienced the rigors of a parochial education to enjoy this show.

Performances -   June 19-21 and 26-28     1998
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 PM, Sundays at 2:00 PM

DIRECTED BY: Anna Ahonen

PRODUCED BY: Roger Budny

Tairen (Terry) Foster
Sara Bauer
Kim Mason
Wes McDowell
Jill Renee Daebelliehn
Carrie Kleinwachter
Javier Soler
Steve Solomon    
Kid: Bria Day
Kid: Heather Lambert
Kid: Dan Lantvit
Kid: Sean Mulvihill
Kid: Travis Paul
Kid: Kathy Scott
Kid: Amber Weiss

Father O'Reilly:
Stuart Vance
Sr. Monica Marie:
Jennifer Deuter
Sr. Helen:
Brenda Gilmore
Sr. Lee:
Corrie Graham
Secretary/Sr. Melanie:
Shannon Juzwiak
Jane Schuck
Regina Drahnak
Chris Weiss

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