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Michael Bajjaly plays the record of "The Drowsy Chaperone" for the audience and begins telling about the show’s history.

PHOTO GALLERY: 'The Drowsy Chaperone'

Friday, Feb. 1, 2013 |

Michael Bajjaly plays the record of "The Drowsy Chaperone" for the audience and begins telling about the show’s history.

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Mrs. Tottendale, played by Jillian Smith, gloats about how much she loves wearing a fancy dress.

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Mrs. Tottendale, played by Jillian Smith, gloats about how much she loves wearing a fancy dress.

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Sara Scott, one of the maids, sings in the opening number.

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Sara Scott, one of the maids, sings in the opening number.

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Melina Cuffaro and Kristen Mendez portray gangsters pretending to pastry chefs.

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Melina Cuffaro and Kristen Mendez portray gangsters pretending to pastry chefs.

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Channing Weir, portraying lead femal Janet Van De Graaff, takes her introduction in the play.

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Channing Weir, portraying lead femal Janet Van De Graaff, takes her introduction in the play.

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Sabrina Gallien portrays the play's namesake, the drowsy chaperone.

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Sabrina Gallien portrays the play's namesake, the drowsy chaperone.

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Sophia Masterson plays the character called Trix.

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Sophia Masterson plays the character called Trix.

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Robert Martin, portrayed by Joseph Grosso, practices his wedding-day smile.

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Robert Martin, portrayed by Joseph Grosso, practices his wedding-day smile.

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Adolpho, played by Bryce Register, tries to think of ways he can seduce the bride.

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Adolpho, played by Bryce Register, tries to think of ways he can seduce the bride.

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George, played by Danny Shevlin, joins the groom in tap dance performance, which was meant to the help the groom work through wedding day jitters.

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George, played by Danny Shevlin, joins the groom in tap dance performance, which was meant to the help the groom work through wedding day jitters.

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