High School Musical 2

Members of the cast tell you why you should see

High School Musical 2

Based on the 2007 Disney Channel Original Movie

After 11 sold out shows of High School Musical in 2007/2008 and a hit with audiences and critics alike at the Centennial Theatre in North Vancouver, and an extended run in Surrey at the Bell Centre, URP is excited to announce that they will be mounting High School Musical 2 in November 2009!  URP is celebrating their 15th season this year and their musicals always prove to be innovative and fresh.  Their high production values and impressive, energetic casts continue to thrill audiences and critics alike.

Disney Channel’s smash hit contemporary musical comedy comes to life on stage –

School’s out and summer’s here!  The East High Wildcats are gearing up for three sun and fun-filled months of … work?  Troy, Gabriella, Chad and Taylor have scored sweet summer gigs at the Lava Springs Country Club, owned by the family of show tune singing Sharpay and Ryan Evans.  Sweet new songs and mad awesome dancing make the summer before senior year a time that the Wildcats will remember forever.

November 3, 2009 Preview at 7:30 pm – Everyone is a Child ($24)
November 4 -22, 2009
Wednesday to Saturday at 7:30 pm
Saturday, Sunday & Nov. 11th 2 pm matinees
Centennial Theatre (2300 Lonsdale), North Vancouver

Tickets at Centennial Theatre Box Office – 604-984-4484 or Uncle Randy Productions Office – 604-980-7942
Tickets: $32 Adults / $28 Students, Seniors / $24 Children under 12
www.urp.ca

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