Cancelled – NDHS Presents THE MUSIC MAN

Notre Dame Musical Cancelled

Dear Ticket Holders and Musical Benefactors,
Due to the recent school closure, Notre Dame Regional High School has decided to cancel the Spring Musical performance of THE MUSIC MAN. We are disappointed that we will not be able to perform this exceptional piece of theatre for our community.
Ticket sales are the primary source of funding for our productions. Because the costs of this production must still be paid, the loss of the Spring Musical performances will greatly impact our ability to cover expenses for the production. Programs are printed and souvenir copies will be available in the school office once the school reopens. We kindly invite ticket holders to consider donating the cost of their tickets rather than asking for a refund. However, we are happy to offer refunds as requested.
Ticket holders may contact our box office for a refund at 573-335-6772 x311. Leave a message and we will return your call as soon as possible. We greatly appreciate your patience and we assure you that we will get every refund request processed as quickly as we can.
Thank you to our incredible community for supporting our students. We are so very fortunate to have a community that “gets” what theatre education is all about and is so loyal to our students. We wish you could see this particular production as we are very proud of the accomplishments of our students. It has truly been an incredible educational experience for them on so many fronts.
We wish everyone the best in the coming days. Please stay safe and healthy. We look forward to bringing you more great theatre performances.


Notre Dame Regional High School

Notre Dame Regional High School presents – The Music Man – April 2, 3, 4, & 5, 2020

By turns wicked, funny, warm, romantic and touching, The Music Man is family entertainment at its best. Meredith Willson’s six-time, Tony Award-winning musical comedy has been entertaining audiences since 1957 and is a family-friendly story to be shared with every generation.

When Harold Hill, a traveling con man, arrives in River City, he convinces the locals to start a band by purchasing the uniforms and instruments from him. His intention is to flee as soon as he receives the money. Librarian Marian Paroo suspects Harold is a fraud, but holds her tongue since her moody brother, Winthrop, is excited about the band. As Harold begins to develop feelings for Marian, he faces a difficult decision about skipping town.