Sunday, December 2, 2012
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm, Schoenberg Music Building - Schoenberg Hall

HOOLIGAN Theatre Company's Fall Production

See below for additional information.


Free for UCLA students. General Admission - $25. Non-UCLA students - $10. Teachers, UCLA faculty/staff - $20. Groups of 6 or more - $18.

Tickets available at UCLA Central Ticket Office.


HOOLIGAN Theatre Company
(310) 363-0482

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In a dystopian society in the not-so-near future, citizens of a forgotten town must pay to pee. They are at the mercy of Urine Good Company, which is managed by the corrupt Caldwell B. Cladwell.

But when Cladwell’s daughter, Hope, comes home from college and falls in love with janitor Bobby Strong, things begin to change. Inspired by his newfound love for Hope and his anger at his father’s unfair arrest, Bobby inspires a revolution in the poor of the community, challenging the very social and political structure of their world. The revolution propels them into the very heart of Urinetown itself.

Humor, music, and satire color this Tony Award winning show, which challenges its audiences to question their own decisions and political ideals.

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