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CRMS stages ‘Hello, Dolly!’

Aspen Times Staff
Aspen, CO Colorado
Colorado Rocky Mountain School presents the hit Broadway musical "Hello, Dolly!" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, Nov. 8-10, at the CRMS Barn. Under direction of CRMS drama teacher Jeff James-Schlepp, the play is about a meddlesome widow who tries to bring romance to several couples in a big-city restaurant. Pictured are Brady Smith portraying Barnaby Tucker; Kashana Tonozzi as Irene Molloy, Sarah Greefkens playing Dolly Levi and Lucy Perutz in the chorus. (Photo courtesy CRMS/Ed Kosmicki)

CARBONDALE ” “Hello, Dolly!”

The classic Broadway musical opens Thursday in Carbondale as the Colorado Rocky Mountain School fall production, under the direction of drama teacher Jeff James-Schlepp.

The 1964 Jerry Herman musical portrays a meddlesome, match-making widow (Dolly) who winds up with her own match. During its original run, “Hello, Dolly!” won nine Tony awards including best musical. Barbra Streisand starred in the subsequent, well-known movie version.

For the CRMS production, Sarah Greefkens takes on the role of Dolly, Catie Duncan plays Ernestina; Mohamed Osorio has been cast as Ambrose Kemper and Trevor Gomez is Horace Vandergelder.

Curtain time is 7:30 p.m., Thursday through Saturday at the CRMS Barn, 1493 County Road 106.

Tickets are $10 for adults, and $5 for children and students, available at the door. For more information, call 963-2562.

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