GOLETA, Calif. – The curtain rises Thursday for opening night of “The Music Man” as the Dos Pueblos Theatre Company kicks off seven student performances over the next week.
The 1950’s-era Broadway hit remains hugely popular with both amateur and professional theaters.
The musical centers on Harold Hill, a con man posing as a boys’s band leader, who sells instruments and uniforms to the naive folks in a Midwestern town.
Lots of twists and turns and eventually, Marian, the town’s piano teacher, falls for Harold.
The DPHS performance runs this week and next, with a Saturday matinee.
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