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Steve Davison to stage a musical review called, THE SOUND OF MUZAK in June

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  • News Steve Davison to stage a musical review called, THE SOUND OF MUZAK in June



    Imagineer, Steve Davison (of Haunted Mansion Holiday, World of Color, fabulous fireworks and parades) does a lot more than design night time extravaganzas. He also stages some pretty amazing choir performances in Long Beach. His latest creation is called The Sound of Muzak.

    Poor Maria! All her life she's dreamed of being a lounge singer in Reno, but growing up in a failing convent-turned-mall run by the Sisters isn't as fabulous as she would like. She receives a new lease on life (and a reprieve from the hot-dog-on-a-stick cart) when she goes to assist the owner of the mall daycare manage unruly children. Will Maria find love or will she receive the calling? Will the Sisters save the mall or will they lose their home to a certain goose-stepping jeweler? These questions (and more) will be answered when SCC presents "The Sounds of Muzak.
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    We'll be there. How can we resist with a description like that?!

    Who wants to go?

    Tickets are already available here.

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