The Burlington Haylofters will close the season with a musical comedy featuring the ridiculous; a hilarious romp through a Florida trailer park, whose residents include an agoraphobic housewife, Jeannie, and her toll collector husband, Norbert, who’s been spending time with a stripper, Pippi, on the run from Duke, her magic marker sniffing ex-boyfriend.
Rounding out the cast are “The Girls,” Betty, Lin, and Pickles, three quirky ladies who harmonize with panache.
The show is The Great American Trailer Park Musical, with music and lyrics by David Nehls, and book by Betsy Kelso.
Members of the cast are: Deb Davis, Burlington (Jeannie), Don Fresen, Burlington (Norbert), Amber Fox, Lake Geneva (Pippi), Jeremiah Micolichek, Lake Geneva (Duke), and “The Girls” Robbyn Wilks, Kenosha, Julie Patten, Lake Geneva, and Melissa Rodriguez, Burlington. The show is directed by Pamela Schroeder.
The Great American Trailer Park Musical performances are Oct. 4-6, 12-14, and 19-21. Thursday–Saturday shows are 7:30 p.m., Sunday shows are 2 p.m.
Tickets go on sale Thursday, Sept. 20, at the Grater Tater, 140 W. Chestnut St. For hours call (262) 661-4649, or visit www.thehaylofters.com.
Depending on availability, tickets may also be purchased at the Box Office, opening one hour before each show. Tickets are $12; slightly more online. This show is for mature audiences only, due to adult language and mature situations. The Malt House Theater is located at 109 N. Main St., Burlington.
For further information, call the box office at 763-9873 and leave a message and phone number.