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Plain and Fancy

Jason Lawergren and Jennifer Grace as
Peter Reber and Katie Yoder

Plain and Fancy
The 2000 Production

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Scenes and Songs from
Plain and Fancy

Note: The 2000 production of Plain and Fancy runs two hours,
Act I is one hour, intermission is 10 minutes.

Act I

Scene 1
On a road, near Bird-in-Hand.
Early afternoon.
It Wonders Me
Katie and the Amish

Scene 2
Still lost in Lancaster County.
Two hours later.

Scene 3
The Yoder Yard.
Immediately following.

Plenty of Pennsylvania
Emma, the Amish Young & Foolish Peter

Scene 4
The Yoder Yard. A bit later.
Why Not Katie?
Ezra, Abner, Emma & Sarah

Scene 5
The Yoder Yard. After dinner.
Reprise: Young and Foolish
Katie and Peter

Scene 6
The Little Room Under the Stairs.
Immediately following.

This is All Very New To Me

Scene 7
On the River Farm. Later that evening.
Plain We Live
Papa and Amish Men

Scene 8
At the Barn. Immediately following.
The Shunning
The Amish

Act II

Scene 1
The Yoder Kitchen. The next morning.
City Mouse, Country Mouse
Emma, Sarah, Hilda & Katie
Follow Your Heart
Peter, Hilda & Katie

Scene 2
The Yoder Parlor. Later that evening.

Scene 3
The Little Room Under the Stairs. The Same.
I'll Show Him

Scene 4
The Yoder Yard. Immediately following.

Scene 5
The Yoder Yard. A few hours later.

The Finale
The Company

Dan King, Plain and Fancy

Dan King (Sam Brown) is lost in Lancaster County
looking for his grandfather's farm in
Plain and Fancy

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2006 Musical
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2006 Season Schedule

Plain and Fancy
April 18 - October 28

Forever Plaid
May 3 - June 4

Bye Bye Birdie
June 13 - July 23

August 1 - September 10

Fiddler on the Roof

September 19 - October 29

A Christmas Carol
November 7 - December 31

June 25
A Costumed
Musical Staged Reading

Enter Laughing (PG13)
Six Performances
August 20 - September 4
A Second Stage Production

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