The Gallery Players

Brooklyn, NY

Directed By

Hans Friedrichs

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Choreographed By

Christine O'Grady

 

Musical Direction

Kevin Lawson

 

Set Design

Jared Rutherford

 

Costume Design

Ryan J. Moller

 

Lighting Design

Brad Peterson

 

Wigs and Hair Design

Jon Jordan

 

Producer

Robert Earle Jones

 

THE DROWSY CHAPERONE
WINNER of The New York Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Production of a Musical!

          "A wonderful and creative production!”

                        -Lisa Lampert, Drowsy Lyricist, and TONY Award Winner

 

THE DROWSY CHAPERONE
THE DROWSY CHAPERONE

THE GALLERY PLAYERS

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THE DROWSY CHAPERONE
THE DROWSY CHAPERONE
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THE DROWSY CHAPERONE
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OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION OF A MUSICAL
OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION OF A MUSICAL

L-R Robert Jones, producer Christine O'Grady, Choreographer Jeanine Tesori- Award presenter Hans Friedrichs, Director

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New York Innovative Theatre Award
New York Innovative Theatre Award

OUTSTANDING production of a Musical and Best Ensemble!

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“An Uproarious production that enjoys playing with its construct”


                                                                                               - The Brooklyn Paper

 

“I missed the Broadway version, but given the imaginative nature of The Drowsy Chaperone, it translates well to the Gallery Players stage. Despite the lower budget, or perhaps because of it, director Hans Friedrichs embraces the cheesiness of some of his "spectacles"  like the onstage airplane of "I Do, I Do in the Sky" or the synchronized swimming in "Show Off" and succeeds in making them all the more endearing.”                                                                                                                                                                                            -KUL Theatre Blog