"Urinetown," one of the most hilarious musicals to hit Broadway, is a story of greed, romance, corruption and revolution in a time where water is scarce. A 20-year drought has led to a government-enforced ban on private toilets, forcing all citizens to use public facilities, which are regulated by one company: A company that profits from charging admission for one of the most basic needs of humanity. One man has had enough, so he plans a revolution and leads them all to freedom.
Join the cast of Liva Arts Company for performances on Thursday, Nov. 8, through Saturday, Nov. 10, at 8 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 11, at 2 p.m., in the Jefferson Auditorium, Leahy Hall. Tickets for students and faculty members are $5. Tickets for general admission are $10.
Members of the cast include: Lauren Seychell, Johnathan McNamee, Bill Shubeck, Warren Dolan, Markis Blackwell, Will Dempsey, Shannon O'Boyle, Brendan Slusarski, Lindsey Walsh, Caroline Dress, Alex Kerr, Aisling Meyers, Jessica Roth, John Mayer and Jessica Lavery.
The director is John Christiano and the assistant director is Peter Alexander.