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Legally Blonde: The Musical by Stagecrafters in Royal Oak

Grab the gals for this fashionably fun feel-good show – which runs Sept. 7-30, 2012 – at the popular Baldwin Theatre in this Oakland County town

Girls' night movie-must, chick flick fave – and now musical – Legally Blonde is strutting into a theater near you. The story of Elle Woods, who goes from pink pumps to hitting the books at Harvard, premieres in all its glitz and glam – with girl-power tunes galore – at the Stagecrafters Baldwin Theatre in Royal Oak on Sept. 7-30, 2012, running Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Based on both the novel by Amanda Brown (and the beloved motion picture), and directed by Matthew Miga, Legally Blonde: The Musical follows Elle through heartbreak, hard work and finding happiness – all without a single hair out of place.

When the love of her life dumps her for another girl, Elle strives to be what she thinks will win back her man. But when her plan falls short, Elle learns what it really means to succeed. Full of laughs, cries and a great do', Legally Blonde: The Musical is the perfect show for your next girls-only outing!

Bring daughters, sisters, aunts and moms to join Elle and her friends as she learns what it means to stay true to yourself in love, life and reaching your dreams.

The curtain rises at 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. on Sundays. Get tickets online or by phone in advance – for $18 on Thursdays and $20 on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays – or buy available tickets at the door for $22 Fridays-Sundays one hour prior to curtain.

See the Metro Parent listing for more information on Legally Blonde: The Musical at Stagecrafters Baldwin Theatre in Royal Oak.

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