Lone Star Love

Robert Cuccioli starred as Frank Ford in the Seattle, Washington  5th Avenue Theatre production

Lone Star Love

September 8 - 30, 2007

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"Oh, what a heart so true.
What a cowboy wouldn't do.
I know that Ive got to make her mine."

A new American musical en route to Broadway sets Shakespeare's The Merry Wives of Windsor in post-Civil War Texas. Confederate "Colonel" John Falstaff slathers his charms on the wives of two wealthy cattle ranchers, with an eye on their husbands' land and money. But whos fooling whom? The acclaimed Red Clay Ramblers (the jazz-rock-blues string band behind Fool Moon) onstage as Falstaff's sidekicks provide a stampede of foot-stompin' tunes to dirt-kickin' dances. Lone Star Love packs Texas-size laughs, wily women, family feuds, country ballads and a yodeling cowboy into a fun-loving night of musical merriment.

Outstanding New Musical

2005 Outer Critics Circle Award Nomination

Conceived and adapted by John L. Haber
Music and Lyrics by Jack Herrick
With contributions from Michael Bogdanov, Bland Simpson and Tommy Thompson
Featuring The Red Clay Ramblers (1999 Special Tony Award-winners for Fool Moon)
Inspired by The Merry Wives of Windsor by William Shakespeare

Rating:  PG for mildly bawdy situations. Suggested for ages: 10+
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