'Ricky Dean and Doo Wop Girls' at Broadway Theater
Last updated 4/5/2007 at Noon
The year is 1983 and the graduating class of 1965 has assembled to raise money to save the high school auditorium from destruction. Ricky Dean and the Doo Wop Girls are scheduled to kick off the event, but Ricky is nowhere to found. The girls are forced to perform without him, but before they take the stage they must come to terms with the differences that drove them apart some 18 years earlier.
Director/writer and Broadway Theater owner Randall Hickman calls this “a show about big dreams, big songs and big hair.” The story is peppered generously with hits from an era that changed the face of music. Since the show made its Mission Theater debut it has gone through rewrites and cast changes, but on April 5 the show begins a five-week run in Hickman’s Broadway Theater.
Hickman has assembled the entire original cast, including Fallbrook resident Sandra Kopitzke, who plays the role of Donna Duncan… beauty queen and narcissist.
“Ricky Dean and the Doo Wop Girls” is only around for five short weeks in Vista’s Broadway Theater April 5 through May 6 (Thursdays through Sundays). Purchasing tickets early is highly recommended. All seating is reserved. Call the box office at (760) 806-7905 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily. To order tickets online or find out more about the show go to http://www.broadwayvista.com. The Broadway Theater is located at 340 East Broadway, Vista.