Music & Lyrics: Mark Hollmann Book & Lyrics: Greg Kotis
Directed by Charlie Rasmann
For 20 years, a town (not unlike your town) has suffered a drought. A large, monopolizing corporation, with politicians and the police in their deep pockets, is charging fees as they please for water usage. When a new fee hike is imposed, the poor and downtrodden rise up against their oppressors and learn lots of lessons. There’s singing and dancing and things like that. Some characters even fall in love. You will laugh. You will cry. You will probably wet yourself, which you will be responsible for.
Directions: Nordlof Center / J.R. Sullivan Theater - 118 North Main St., IL Rockford, 61101 - From I-90 and E. State St. (US Business 20): west 6.5 miles on Business 20, which becomes one-way as Jefferson St., to Wyman (first street after the bridge over Rock River). Turn left (south) on Wyman to Mulberry. From I-39: west on US 20 Bypass to IL 2 (S. Main). North on IL 2 to the downtown area. (S. Main becomes Wyman, one-way north). Park in lots at Wyman and Mulberry.