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Scott Logsdon and Steve Marzullo’s show, which is making its debut at the Abbey as the winner of Florida Theatrical Association's first New Musical Discovery Series, stars Alexa Nielen as Joyce Jackson, the queen bee of the Class of 1958.Joyce has a handsome boyfriend, Mix (Bobby Hogan), whom she never allows past first base, and a gaggle of gal-pals representing all the traditional high school stereotypes: shy Nancy (Eva Gluck), awkward Frieda (Amelia Bryant), ditzy Betty (Jenna Coleman) and slutty Louise (Marissa Ann Volpe).The fine cast coaxes some tight vocal harmonies out of the score, but even if they weren’t struggling against the Abbey’s uneven sound amplification, most of Marzullo’s cookie-cutter melodies and Logsdon’s innuendo-laden lyrics don’t leave a lingering impression.
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