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The mousy, agoraphobic, Broadway fanatic ‘Man in Chair’ seeks to cure his “non-specific sadness” by listening to a recording of a (fictional) 1928 musical comedy entitled The Drowsy Chaperone. As he enjoys this rare recording, he is transported into the musical, his dingy apartment transformed into a Broadway set. Frenetic tap dancing, hysterical situational comedy, mistaken identities, and the inevitable happy ending all make for an unforgettable evening in the theatre. Music & lyrics by Lisa Lambert & Greg Morrison. Book by Bob Martin & Don McKellar

Director: Geoffrey Tyler

Choreographer: Linda Garneau

Musical Director: David Myers

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Macdonald-Heaslip Hall, Sheridan


Man in Chair: Kevin Morris
Mrs. Tottendale: Katie Bromley
Underling: Ian Cheverie
Robert Martin: Alexander Braatz
George: Ryan Brown
Feldzieg: David Hohl
Kitty: Kyla Musselman
Gangster #1: Brent Yorke
Gangster #2: Sam Di Giuseppe
Aldolpho: Constant Bernard
Janet Van De Graaf: Brittany Rae Robinson
The Drowsy Chaperone: Malia Becker
Trix the Aviatrix: Aly Workman
Superintendant: Amir Haidar
Staff, Reporter: David Ball, Natalia Gracious, Michael Sousa, Lena Wiklund


The Drowsy Chaperone, Theatre Sheridan, musical theatre

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Theatre and Performance Studies


Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design


Department of Visual and Performing Arts

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Original Citation

Tyler, G. (Director). (2010, November – December 11). The drowsy chaperone. [Theatre Performance]. Oakville: Theatre Sheridan.

The Drowsy Chaperone, November 30 – December 11, 2010



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