Following the sold-out success of “COVID SUX: The Musical” and “COVID STILL SUX: The Musical Part 2,” Chris Henry and Mark Falconer have written a new sequel, “COVID STILL SUX REDUX: The Musical, Part 2.5,” to their musical comedy about the pandemic which will be staged at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 2, at the Franco Center in Lewiston.

The show features parodies of hit Broadway songs from shows like “Hamilton,” “Les Miserables,” “Wicked,” “West Side Story,” “Chicago,” and “Phantom of the Opera.”

NYC’s Royal Family Productions, a theatre company known for its innovative productions and development of new original work, continues to bring quality family theatre to Maine. This show is directed by Chris Henry with Danny Gay and features choreography by Emily Anne Davis and stars Danny Gay, Rebecca Whitney Klein, Maggie Langhorne, Glenn Atkins, Maria Groover, and Julia Groover, with Emily Anne Davis and Kimberly Bridgewater. The creative team includes music supervision by Lars Jacobsen and Mark Falconer and sound design by Alex Miles. The Maine Production Team includes Danny Gay and Ann Fairchild.

Following COVID Protection guidelines, the audience is required to provide proof of vaccination and remain masked throughout the performance.

Tickets are $20 for general admission with $100 preferred seating and $250 VIP tickets. Tickets need to be purchased in advance. To purchase tickets and for more information, visit The Franco Center is located 46 Cedar St., Lewiston.

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