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YouthStage Reprises Smash Hit Musical, Bravado!

YouthStage Reprises Smash Hit Musical, Bravado!

YouthStage Reprises Smash Hit Musical, Bravado!

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SOMETIMES THE TOUGHEST ACT
IS THE ACT OF BELIEVING IN ONESELF

BERKELEY PLAYHOUSE YOUTHSTAGE PRESENTS BRAVADO!

A Reprise of the 2008 Smash Hit Musical Composed by Phil Gorman

January 29 @ 2pm and 7pm

January 30 @ 12noon and 5pm

JULIA MORGAN CENTER FOR THE ARTS
(2640 College Avenue, Berkeley)

When a group of middle-school students vie to get into a prestigious performing
arts school, the audition process proves to be more a test of their relationships
than their skills. Berkeley Playhouse is proud to reprise this compelling and original
“middle school” musical written by local composer Phil Gorman, with lyrics by Lila
Tschappat and book by Laura Marlin. Bravado tells a story about growing up and about
relationships that every family with adolescents will recognize. Sincere, hilarious
and poignant, Bravado reveals the inner life of pre-teens…with all its contradictions
and idiosyncrasies!

Directed by Elizabeth McKoy. Music direction by Phil Gorman.
Choreography by Kimberly Dooley.

Performed by students Grades 6-8 in our
YouthStage Conservatory Performance Program

TIX: $15 Youth/ $20 Adults

Berkeley, California 94704
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR Elizabeth McKoy

     
SOMETIMES THE TOUGHEST ACT  IS THE ACT OF BELIEVING IN ONESELF

A Reprise of the 2008 Smash Hit Musical Composed by Phil Gorman  
JULIA MORGAN CENTER FOR THE ARTS(2640 College Avenue, Berkeley) 

When a group of middle-school students vie to get into a prestigious performing arts school, the audition process proves to be more a test of their relationships than their skills. Berkeley Playhouse is proud to reprise this compelling and original “middle school” musical written by local composer Phil Gorman, with lyrics by Lila Tschappat and book by Laura Marlin. Bravado tells a story about growing up and about relationships that every family with adolescents will recognize. Sincere, hilarious and poignant, Bravado reveals the inner life of pre-teens…with all its contradictions and idiosyncrasies! 
Directed by Elizabeth McKoy. Music direction by Phil Gorman.Choreography by Kimberly Dooley.  
Performed by students Grades 6-8 in our YouthStage Conservatory Performance Program 
www.berkeleyplayhouse.orgARTISTIC DIRECTOR Elizabeth McKoy

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