We went with the McPheresons to the last show in our Season Six lineup at the Arizona Broadway Theatre, The Full Monty, and although I didn't hear a single song I was familiar with, the show was very funny and, once again, done admirably by the ABT people. The singing was great, the sets great, the costumes great, and the pit band even better than ever. And yes, we were all wondering if they were really going to do the "full monty," and they did, in the final scene. But, happily, they also each had policemen's hats to clamp over the monty site as they stripped off their red thongs. I can't even imagine how much courage it took for those six guys to reveal themselves in all their not so handsome nakedness. We're both so happy we've found a theatrical venue close enough and good enough for us to enjoy great musicals. Next season, we're signed up for A Chorus Line, Miracle on 34th Street, Singin' in the Rain, Sunset Boulevard, Tarzan, and The Will Rogers Follies. I can't wait to see what they do with a musical called Tarzan.
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