Jenny Wiley Theatre Presents: Oliver!

This post was written by Mikal Howard | May 26, 2017

(800) 844-7453
marketing@tourpikecounty.com
831 Hambley Blvd. Pikeville, KY
(800) 844-7453
marketing@tourpikecounty.com
831 Hambley Blvd. Pikeville, KY

The streets of Victorian England come to life as Oliver, a malnourished orphan in a workhouse, becomes the neglected apprentice of an undertaker. Oliver escapes to London and finds acceptance amongst a group of petty thieves and pickpockets led by the elderly Fagin. When Oliver is captured for a theft he did not commit, the benevolent victim, Mr. Brownlow takes him in. Fearing the safety of his hideout, Fagin employs the sinister Bill Sikes and the sympathetic Nancy to kidnap him back, threatening Oliver¹s chances of discovering the true love of a family.

Ticket Prices:
Adult-$14
Youth-$9

Jenny Wiley Theatre Presents: The Robber Bridegroom

This post was written by jshepherd1102 | April 14, 2017

(800) 844-7453
marketing@tourpikecounty.com
831 Hambley Blvd. Pikeville, KY
(800) 844-7453
marketing@tourpikecounty.com
831 Hambley Blvd. Pikeville, KY

Jenny Wiley Theatre — Just in time for Hillbilly Days, The Robber Bridegroom is a Southern-country musical about a Robin Hood-like figure who lived around the Old Natchez Trace in Mississippi during the late 1800’s. Based on the novel by Eudora Welty of the same name, book and lyrics by Alfred Uhry.

Ticket Prices are:

Adults- $18
Youth-$13

Special Group pricing available for groups of 15 or more.  

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Show Details

The Robber Bridegroom – A rousing, bawdy Southern fairytale from the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Driving Miss Daisy! The score, by Robert Waldman, is meant to be played by a small band on stage – and it’s one of the only genuine bluegrass scores ever heard in a Broadway musical. Since opening on Broadway in 1975, The Robber Bridegroom has gone on to become a regional favorite.

Set in eighteenth century Mississippi, the show follows Jamie Lockhart, a rascally robber of the woods, as he courts Rosamund, the only daughter of the richest planter in the country. The proceedings go awry, however, thanks to a case of double-mistaken identity. Throw in an evil stepmother intent on Rosamund’s demise, her pea-brained henchman and a hostile talking head-in-a-trunk, and you have a rollicking country romp.