Wexford Light Opera Society are delighted to be performing their latest Production 9to5 in April, commencing on Monday 24th April until Saturday 29th April 2017 in the National Opera House at 8pm Nightly.

WLOS 9to5

9to5 is a musical based on the 1980 movie of the same name, with music & lyrics by Dolly Parton. It features a book by Patricia Resnick, based on the screenplay by Resnick & Colin Higgins. The musical premiered in Los Angeles in September 2008, and opened on Broadway in April 2009. It received 15 Drama Desk Award Nominations, the most received by a production in a single year, as well as four Tony Awards Nominations.

Meet the Cast for WLOS’s 9to5
Violet Newstead – Aileen Donohue
Doralee Rhodes – Sharon Clancy
Judy Bernly – Maggs Jacob
Franklin Hart, Jr. – George Lawlor
Roz Keith – Elizabeth Rose Browne
Joe – Eric Hayes
Dwayne - Stephen Byrne
Josh - Cillian Tobin
Missy – Jane Kent
Maria – Sarah O’Leary
Dick – Steve Schokman
Kathy – Antonia Close
Margaret – Marian O’Leary
Bob Enright – Pat Lawlor

Production Team:
Director – Vivian Coates
Musical Director – Fintan Cleary
Chorographer – Nicole McDonald
Chorus Mistress – Eithne Corrigan
Stage Manager - Colin Murphy

Box Office
Tickets will be available from our Box Office on 053 9174808 from Friday 7th April (for Priority Booking) and from Monday 10th April for General Booking. (To avail of Priority Booking you need to be a member/associate member/Friend of the Society. If you wish to renew any of these subscriptions please send an e-mail to secretary@wlos.ie and we will send you a 2017 Priority Booking Form.

We are expecting strong demand based on enquiries we have already received, so please book early to avoid disappointment.

Office satire about three female secretaries who decide to get revenge on their tyrannical, sexist boss by abducting him and running the business themselves. The trio, one of whom has been passed over for promotion because she is a woman, spend a night together having drug-induced fantasies of killing the slave-driving chauvinist. One of them panics the following day when she suspects she really has poisoned the tyrant.

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