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    Chocolate Soup

    Music and Lyrics by Matt Corriel; Book by Jill Jaysen

    What do you get when you combine Mia’s ancient chocolate soup recipe with her semi-sweet middle school BFFs? An intoxicating delicacy that seems to be having quite an effect on everyone in the neighborhood " except Mia’s new neighbor, Justin, who seems more concerned with saving the Polar Bears than with the big party Mia and her friends are planning. Will he come to his senses, or is there actually something more important than chocolate? Find out in this musical tale how middle school mayhem transforms into a movement. Melt Chocolate, Not the Ice Cap!!

    New York Musical Theatre Festival 2008:  Sept. 21, 2008
    Schedule:  Sept. 21, 3pm & 6:30pm
    Venue:  The Zipper, 336 West 37th St. (btw. 8th & 9th Aves.)
    Price:  $20
    Tickets/info:  (212) 352-3101


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