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ALIAB   Lilacs in the Valley
   Musicals,Full Length,Pioneer,Youth/Teen,Daris Howard
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Author  Daris Howard (bio)
Author  Donna Howard (bio)
Cast: Min 11 Men, 7 Women, 3 children
Time: 2 1/2 Hours
Set: Cabin, Home, Mountains
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Orchestra Score$60.00Purchase
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Synopsis
     Lilacs in the Valley will take your audience through a fun, humorous, but touching story, based loosely on the lives of a pioneer family, and especially on the life of a young man named Alma Hale. Alma is part of a wagon company heading west. He has a close knit family, and Alma, himself, is a bit of a prankster. In this story, Alma especially enjoys playing tricks on his Uncle Henry who is 35 years old and still single.
     Heading west they face the challenges and enjoy the humor of western life. When Alma's sister, Emily, dies, Alma faces the greatest challenge of his life. The musical deals with Alma's struggle to understand about love and loss.
     Uncle Henry thinks Alma needs some spice put back in his life. He fills Alma's bedroll with snakes and lizards. When Alma finds out who did it he and his teenage buddies decide to play the greatest trick of all on Henry. They snooker him into marrying the big bossy woman, Gertrude, whom Henry is trying to avoid.
     Old Uncle Henry learns to love someone and in turn teaches Alma about love and life.