‘Legally Blonde The Musical’ to feature local performers

Torrey Mercer as Elle and Jonathan Edzant as Emmet

The award-winning Actors’ Conservatory Theatre (ACT- San Diego) is tickled pink to present “Legally Blonde The Musical.” Having won over audiences across the nation, Elle, Bruiser and friends will make their ACT- San Diego debut for a two week limited engagement, running Friday, March 23 – April 1 at the Lyceum Theatre.

ACT- San Diego’s production comes to life through a promising local cast of rising young stars. This high-energy pop musical’s fun and catchy score features music and lyrics by Laurence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin, and book by Heather Hach. This hysterical and sweet musical has all the charm of the original movie, and then injects it with non-stop, thrilling musical numbers. Two different casts will perform this musical.

Local students involved in the production include: Aaron Acosta, *Marisa Acosta (Vivienne), Bela Dietrich, Edward Dietrich, *Johathan Edzant (Emmet), Brianna Hebert (Pilar), Sophie Maretz, Tess Maretz, Drew McMullen, Jonas McMullen, Sophie McMullen, Dylan Mulvaney, Tina Peterson (Margot), Alyson Tharpe, Michelle Cohen, Torrey Mercer (Elle). For more information, visit www.actsandiego.com

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