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Carousel Music Theater’s

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“YOU’RE SO VAIN” wrote Carly Simon in the 1970s, and no one has been able to confirm what man inspired the song. Simon gave this clue: The name includes the letters A, R and E. In Carousel Music Theater’s last days of “Murder a la Moliere,” Samantha Levy as Doreen sings the tune to Christopher Jones playing – Tartuffe. Could it be??? “Murder” closes Sunday, August 28. “Phantom of the Grand Ole Opry” opens Tuesday, August 30. FMI – 633-5297. Photo courtesy of Rick Powis

BOOTHBAY HARBOR, Maine — The costume rich and kitschy “Murder a la Moliere” onstage at Carousel Music Theater in Boothbay Harbor closes August 28. The amalgam of 17th century humor being “rehearsed” by an imaginary group of 1970s thespians who sing 20th century pop music is an interesting entertainment experiment: lots of layers, lots of laughs. If you think 17th century humor might be beyond you, never fear – a little history lesson comes with the evening! It’s like a little extra whipped cream on that already gooey sundae!
If you’re an Elvis fan, book your seats for the next Carousel Music Theater production. “Phantom of the Grand Ole Opry” premiering August 30. The show features some of Elvis’ greatest hits and producer, Robb Barnard, assures us that “Elvis has not left the building!” As always, food and song are served by your Carousel cast during the dinner cabaret preceding the stage show. The Carousel “Phantom” will run Tuesdays through Sundays through Oct. 8.
The Carousel Music Theater begins seating at 6:30pm. Reservations are suggested.For information, call 633-5297 or visit www.carouselmusictheater.org.

For More Information:

Contact Name: Robb Barnard

Telephone Number: (207)633-5792

Website: http://www.carouselmusictheater.org

Email: info@carouselmusictheater.org