Tacoma has a lot to Shout about

January 22, 2014 by  

‘Shout: The Mod Musical’ makes a trip in time this weekend and travels from the 1960s to the 1970s, chronicling the journey of the liberation of women. The show features the unforgettable music during that period of time and will likely have the audience rocking in their seats. Various printing services were likely used to promote this performance to residents in this city and the surrounding areas.

At the time, independent women like Cilla Black, Petula Clark, and Dusty Springfield were busy building lasting careers, while American and English women were busy redefining their lives in the race of changing attitudes based on gender.

This production has an all-female cast, and some of the songs the audience will hear include ‘To Sir with Love’, ‘These Boots are Made for Walkin’’, ‘Downtown’, and ‘Don’t Sleep in the Subway’. This is one of the greatest hits of the 1960s with music and lyrics for this production by various artists. The show was created by David Lowenstein and Phillip George with continuity being provided by Peter Charles Morris.

Tickets for this performance cost $29 per adult, $27 for concessions, $20 for children under 12, and group rates are available for collections of 10 people or more. ‘Shout’ will be performed on Saturday, January 25 beginning at 2:00 pm at the Tacoma Musical Playhouse. To find out more about the production, or to purchase tickets, visit the Tacoma Musical Playhouse or call the box office during business hours.

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