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Oscar nominated for Best Picture in 1954, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is being brought to the stage by the Northern Light Theatre Company. Presenting Lawrence Kasha and David Landay's adaptation of the hit musical film, the performance promises boisterous fun and romance.
Widely acclaimed for the films unusual choreography by Michael Kidd, local choreographer Kerry-Lynne Hauber will undoubtedly tackle it with axes in hand.
Set in Oregon in 1850, the story follows a young bride, Milly, who plans to marry off her six ill-behaved younger brothers-in-law, to ensure the success of her own marriage. But after teaching the boys manners and social mores, Milly's plan is derailed and in the spirit of the original film, a highly energetic and boisterous performance follows.