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Gallery: Bonnie and Clyde: The Musical

By Alyssa Dorn

March 10, 2017 3:49 p.m.

The ensemble of “Bonnie and Clyde: The Musical” prepares for the song “Made in America.” The musical features music by Frank Wildhorn and lyrics by Don Black. Director and fourth-year theater student Emily Mikolitch said, “Community is more important in America now than ever before. While there's not a big political statement to the show, the relevance was the process of creating a family of over 40 undergraduate students coming together and building something.”

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The preacher (third-year musical theater student Nick McKenna) looks down at the ensemble during the song “Made in America.” Fourth-year theater student Michelle Joo designed the set of four rolling panels made of corrugated plastic. “Since we are limited on space and this is a musical, I wanted to design something that is versatile and can be brought to life through lighting and projections,” she said.

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The deputy (second-year theater student Olly Sholotan) attempts to stop Clyde from robbing a grocery store.

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Clyde Barrow (third-year musical theater student Spencer Martin) prepares for a song. Mikolitch said the musical re-imagines and reanimates “the whirlwind journey of America’s favorite gun-slinging, car-stealing duo.”

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Clyde (Martin) comes to terms with shooting the deputy at the grocery store while Bonnie (third-year musical theater student Shelby Barry) worries about him.

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Clyde’s brother Buck (second-year theater student Tim Hoffmann) and his wife Blanche (third-year musical theater student Shelby Talley) sing, “That’s What You Call a Dream” after Buck’s unsuccessful attempt to persuade Blanche to join Bonnie and Clyde.

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Clyde (Martin) meets with his mother Cumie (second-year musical theater student Nicolette Norgaard) to give her some money.

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Clyde (Martin) sings the song “What Was Good Enough For You.”

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Clyde (Martin) and Bonnie (Barry) finish the song “What Was Good Enough For You” together.

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Bonnie (Barry) reads one of her poems to Clyde (Martin) after patching up a gunshot wound he received robbing a bank.

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A deputy sheriff Ted Hinton (first-year musical theater student Michael Wells) sings “Raise a Little Hell.”

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Clyde (Martin) sings the song “Bonnie” to Bonnie (Barry) as she reads about their escapades in a magazine.

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