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Friday Knight Fever - Piano Score

Friday Knight Fever - Piano Score
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Code: MPNR-21301
Author: Rachel Davidson

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Flexible cast of 32.

  • Friday Knight Fever joyfully spoofs a time when mood rings and Magic Eight Balls revealed the wisdom of the world, when ’Women’s Lib’ empowered a new generation and when disco music reigned.  
  • And Bill Francoeur’s music captures the essence of this unique era perfectly to create this hilarious musical that can’t be beat for fun and energy!  
  • The students of Culpepper High are distressed that Rita’s Roller Skating Rink, a favorite hangout of many of the local teens, must close temporarily for remodeling.  
  • At least Rita still is allowing them to hang out at the rink’s snack bar.  Meanwhile, back at school, principal Mrs. Flint is depressed.  
  • Work isn’t as stimulating as it once was, and she is contemplating retirement, much to the glee of Doris Drake, her bitterly jealous vice-principal.  
  • A letter brought in by loyal secretary Stacy renews Mrs. Flint’s enthusiasm:  she has been named a finalist for Principal of the Year.  
  • The judges plan to talk to students away from school — like at the roller rink — so Mrs. Flint is determined to have a ’true cross-section’ of students hang out there.  
  • She convinces the sponsor of the chess club to hold practices at the rink to improve their concentration and have a better chance of beating the Soviets at their upcoming international meet.  
  • But all this extra activity at the rink is making things extremely difficult for jewel thief Buzz and his cohort in crime Delilah, who have hidden a stolen diamond right on Rita’s disco ball.  
  • You can imagine the hysterical confusion when all converge at the roller rink at the same time.  
  • Throw in school thugs Greg, Peter and Bobby, who are disguised as cheerleaders to help the malicious vice-principal thwart Mrs. Flint’s attempts to impress the judges, and you’ve got enough crazy energy on stage for a disco dance!  
  • Good thing Rita promised the kids they can have one Friday in honor of their school mascot...  the Knight!  They’ll call their dance the Friday Knight Fever — both your cast and your audience will love it!

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