Santa Fe College’s Performance of “Sweet Charity” May 12 through the 14, and May 19 through May 21

CHARITY_POSTERWho is Charity Hope Valentine? She’s the girl who wants to be loved so much that she has lost sight of who she actually is. Come see the critically acclaimed Neil Simon show, “Sweet Charity” performed by an all student cast, at Santa Fe College’s Fine Arts Hall, May 12th through the 14th, and May 19th through the 21st, was originally choreographed by the phenomenal Bob Fosse fifty years ago, coinciding with Sante Fe College’s 50 years in existence. Charity’s confusions about love and relationships are still very pertinent today. Hear memorable songs the likes of, “Hey, Big Spender”, “If My Friends Could See Me Now”, “Too Many Tomorrows”, “There’s Gotta Be Something Better Than This”, I’m a Brass Band Baby”, and “Dream Your Dream”.

Come follow the loves and losses of Charity, a 1960’s dance hall hostess looking for Mr. Right, as she sings, dances, laughs and cries her way through her various romances.

Co-Directed by Terry Klenk and Nicholas Wuehrmann, and Choreographed by Sarah Harkness- Sebastian of the Santa Fe Dance Program.