BY KELSEY ROCHA
"Director Harris Tucker wanted raw excitement and energy from the cast in its 'fun run' rehearsal. His cast countered by delivering its already comedic lines in Scottish accents and Christopher Walken impersonations. While the first HOOLIGAN Theatre Company show Titanic opened last weekend in the Freud Playhouse as a drama, the second production of the quarter, The Drowsy Chaperone, takes the stage this weekend as a relatable musical comedy.
The Drowsy Chaperone is about a character dubbed Man in Chair who watches a 1920s musical also called 'The Drowsy Chaperone.' The play he watches is a big musical theater piece about a wedding. As Man in Chair watches, he often pauses to talk to the audience and apply aspects of the show to his own life."
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