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Oil Change: Staged Reading

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buy-tickets-button-smallPart of the Fertile Ground Festival 2012
Book & Lyrics by Klay Rogers
Lyrics & Music by Brent Rogers

January 20 – 22, 2012

Directed by Paul Angelo
Musical direction by Robert Fishel
Choreography by Genevieve Andersen
Produced by Brent Rogers Creative Service, Inc.

Racing, romance, feisty and fast all describe Oil Change the Musical Comedy. This family-friendly romantic comedy features an original score that is diverse and entertaining. Come expecting to laugh, cheer for the good guy, and fall in love all over again.

After successful and insightful workshops in NYC and Dallas in 2010, and after two years of re-writes, the creators Klay and Brent Rogers (brothers) are presenting this staged reading with the addition of new songs and even funnier dialogue. Please come to see the new show and offer your feedback as the writers develop the story of Roni the Grease Monkey Girl, Talladega racer Johnny Ray Ratchet, and the crew at the Oil Change.

Performances held at the New Stage, 12850 SW Grant Avenue, Tigard.

Tickets are available via Festival Passes good for all Fertile Ground events are $50 and available at the Fertile Ground website. Pass holders can reserve seats to Oil Change the Musical in advance on the Fertile Ground website.

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Friday, January 20, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, January 21, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, January 22, 2:00 p.m.

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Paw Paw (Mark Steering) finally shows Grandma Myrtle (Joan Freed) a little appreciation! After all those years he finally tells her in song, "You're the only one for me."

"You've stirred up a hornets nest by working in a man's world," Paw Paw (Mark Steering) tells Veronica (Catherine Olson), "You need to have thick skin!"

Louraine (Lalanya Gunn) and Grandma Myrtle (Joan Freed) give Veronica (Catherine Olson) a one minute overhaul so she'll look like a lady.

Veronica (Catherine Olson) makes it perfectly clear to Sparky (Gerrin Mitchell) that she knows how to use a wrench!

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