Book by David Thompson and Norman L. Martin.
Music by John Kander.
Lyrics by Fred Ebb.
Based on the play, Breath of Spring, by Peter Coke, adapted by Joe Masteroff.
A group of 70 year-olds decide to liven things up in their retirement hotel by
becoming a shoplifting gang. "A disarming tribute to age . . . [which] never
permits you to wax sentimental over the jaunty members of the stage's considerably
more mature set." - N. Y. Post. "Unlike its two predecessors in the same genre, No, No,
Nanette and Follies, 70, Girls, 70 is not founded on nostalgia." - Wall Street Journal.
|Assistant Director||Lois Hiebert|
|Choreography||Storme & Misty Maynard|
|Set Design||Misty Maynard|
|Set Construction||Craig Duncan, Jerry Yeary, Wayne Priest, Wayne
Cherveny, Tom Herlocker, Mary Harris, Bill Tharp, Ken
Brown, Kirk Brown, Merrill Gordon, John Greenleaf, Mark Thomas,
|Publicity Design||Storme Maynard|
|Publicity||Ruth Ann Yeary, Diane Wahto, Mary Harris, Theresa Thomas, Luck Herlocker,
Melanie Eslick, Nancy Priest, Linda Carroll, Sue Welch, Marilyn Taylor,
Grechen Herlocker, Bob Miller, Marion Kincaid, Linda McCue, Happy Welch|
|Lights and Sound||Ned Graham, Wayne Cherveny, Claire Graham, Marilyn Albright,
|Curtain Cues||Randy Miller|
|Costumes||Sandy Hynes, Virginia Boyd|
|Seamstresses||Mary Lou Chapman, Marion Kincaid, Doris Reynold|
|Props||Laura Thomas, Phyllis Boucher, Norma Miller, Lois Hiebert, Jane Cherveny, Joy Black,
Larry Loomis, Gennie Thomas, Marilyn McSpadden, Linda Wilson|
|Make-Up||Jane Lamb, Ginger Triplett|
|Vocal Instructor||Dorothy Dobbs|
|Photography||Maurice Eagle, Diane Wahto|
|Marble Painting||Misty Maynard|