Hilarious 'Victor/Victoria' at Ocean State


Based on the hit 1982 Blake Edwards film, which was nominated for seven Academy Awards, Victor/Victoria is the funny, charming and heartwarming story of Victoria Grant, a down on her luck British singer in Paris who becomes a female impersonator. Featuring an impressive score by Henry Mancini including “Le Jazz Hot,” “You and Me,” “Almost a Love Song,” Trust Me,” “Living in the Shadows,” “Paris By Night” and “Crazy World,” this gender-bending musical takes us on an unforgettable song and dance-filled journey.


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