Hunter Foster's Summer Of '42 to Play Bucks County Playhouse This Summer; Lonny Price Set to Direct!

Bucks County Playhouse Bcp Jed Bernstein, Producing Director has announced Summer of '42 as the final piece of its first full summer season. Featuring a book by Tony Award nominee Hunter Foster Little Shop of Horrors and music and lyrics by David Kirshenbaum Vanities, Summer of '42 is based upon the novel and screenplay by Herman Raucher. Tony Award nominee Lonny Price A Class Act makes his directorial return to the Bucks County Playhouse following A Grand Night for Singing, the first show of last year's grand re-opening.
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