Plymouth Rock – A Puritanical MusicalThursday, Jan 31, 2013 8pm
What happens when a pilgrim woman set to wed one of the holiest men of Plymouth Colony falls in love with "A Stranger?" Pilgrims! Strangers! Forbidden love! Predestiny! Funky Tribes! Death! Scurvy! Corn! When the The Mayflower anchored in Cape Cod on November 21, 1620 her passengers included a mix of religious radicals known as the Pilgrims and a group of sailors, hired hands, and servants known as "The Strangers". Despited their extreme philosophical differences these two groups had to work closely together to survive winter and form New England's first colony. Despite their best efforts over half of Plymouth colony died within the first year. This musical is not appropriate for historians. Book by Michael Lutton and Roman Pietrs; Music by Roman Pietrs; Directed by Zoe Farmingdale & Jessica Morgan Developed and performed by THEM: Zoe Farmingdale, Geoff Grimwood, Bradford Jordan, Michael Lutton, Jessica Morgan, Roman Pietrs and Jen Sanders.