Book by Bob Martin and Don McKellar | Music & Lyrics by Lisa Lambert & Greg Morrison

Nicely Creative Director Mitch Master directs with choreography by Lindsey Tycholiz-McKiddy, tap choreography by Mark McCleese, and music and vocal direction by Dan Greig.

Nicely Theatre Group presents The Drowsy Chaperone,  a light, loving send-up of old-time musicals, featuring one show-stopping song and dance number after another.

As the show begins, a man sitting in a chair in his apartment greets the audience and puts on his favorite record–the cast recording of a fictitious 1928 musical called “The Drowsy Chaperone.” Soon, the recording comes to life in his living room, and the zany story of two lovers on the eve of their wedding unfolds.

The Drowsy Chaperone debuted on Broadway in 2006 and  won five Tony Awards, including best Book and best Original Score. The show running time is approximately 100 minutes, with no intermission.

Friday performances include half-off all adult beverages from 6:00 until the bar closes right before 7:30 show time. Plus, complimentary  delicious snacks.

The Drowsy Chaperone is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized materials are also supplied by MTI.

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Exploring Israel Through Film, Part I: 

February 5 | 4:00pm

The story of Israel’s “development towns” in a chilling documentary, as never told before: Testimonials and previously sealed transcripts reveal the method, ideology and practice of law enforcement and decision makers behind the “population dispersal” policies in the first two decades of independence. The director’s family, like others, was taken to Yeruham, a development town in the Negev desert. Their personal stories recount of the price immigrant-families pay and the price still paid by Israeli society, unwilling to deal head-on with those early years and forgotten towns. 

Presented by SAJE, The Frankel Institute for Advanced Jewish Studies and The Detroit Jewish Film Festival.