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Musical theater dynamo Jocelyn Duford presents her Alphabet Broadway Cabaret, with one musical theater song for each letter of the alphabet! DSC_0160 smaller

The show debuts for one night only at the Medallion Opera House in Gorham, NH on Tuesday, May 5 at 7 p.m. Jocelyn will be accompanied by pianist Jamie Feinberg of Franconia.

The hilarious Duford’s powerhouse voice and personality will be thoroughly showcased through a dynamic range of selections in this 90-minute tour through the alphabet (yes, there is a song for letter X too!). With the help of some simple props and costumes, she’ll play everything from the perpetually engaged Adelaide of Guys and Dolls to a cranky, jaded third grade teacher from Ruthless! to an evil but adorable cheerleader from Bring It On and the iconic stage mother Rose of GypsyDSC_0473 smaller

Please note that this show is recommended for ages 12 & up.

Upcoming Performance:

Tuesday, May 5, 7 p.m. at the Medallion Opera House, 20 Park St., Gorham, NH

Tickets are $12 Adults, $10 Arts Alliance individual/family members, $5 Students (ages 12 & up), inquire for group rate

Tickets are available here or at the door.

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Hi friends!

Not Your Mom’s Musical Theater brings its unique brand of theater up north for two performances only – Saturday, May 10 at 7:30 p.m. in Littleton, and Sunday, May 11 at 2:30 p.m. in Plymouth. Tell all your northern friends to join us – or come cheer us on yourself! We’re touring with the Arts Alliance of Northern NH and we can’t wait!

Who are we bringing? Oh, no one special…just a bunch of Top Ten and Finalist NH theater award nominees including Mario Arruda and Ally Bergendahl (our recent Zombie Prom leads), Jocelyn Duford (you remember, the woman who had you in a puddle at the end of Weird Romance?) and Joey T., Miss Strict herself!

Don’t miss this all-star cast singing their greatest hits. Learn more at www.aannh.org – no one is turned away for inability to pay, pretty cool! And make sure you’ve got May 25 at 4 p.m. on your calendar – all the stuff you didn’t know you’d missed from 1974’s theater season, including The Magic Show, Over Here!, Mack & Mabel, and much more!