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Highlands United Music Man Musical

Highlands United Music Man Play

The Music Man is a Broadway musical by Highlands United Productions that took place in North Vancouver’s Edgemont Village on March 21 to 25 in 2018.

The play, by Meredith Wilson, is about a con artist who pretends to be a band teacher in rural Iowa.


The Music Man at Highlands United

The Music Man ran from Wednesday, March 21, until Sunday, March 25, 2018. Shows were at 7:30 pm and went for about 2.5 hours.

The musical was performed at Highlands United Church at 3255 Edgemont Boulevard in North Vancouver. Tickets cost $25.


About Highlands United Productions

The group’s 2018 production of the Music Man included a cast of 45 actors, an 8-piece orchestra and more than 100 volunteers.


Music Man Male Chorus
Performers in the Music Man (photo by Katie Powell)


About the Music Man

Written by Meredith Wilson, the Music Man is a musical about an American con artist named Harold Hill. The show was a Broadway Hit in the late 1950s and won 5 Tony Awards including Best Musical.

In the story, Harold Hill is a con man who, while pretending to be a professor, promises to teach the children of a small town how to play musical instruments that he happens to have for sale. After duping all the parents and collecting his money, he skips town.

The Music Man is a fun and cleverly entertaining musical that’s appropriate for all ages.


The Music Man
Music Man Actresses (photo by Katie Powell)


Other Information

For more information about the theatre company behind the play, check out Highlands United Productions‘ Facebook page. And for more information about the venue, click Highlands United Church.

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