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Sharks and Jets sighted in Grand Lake

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Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre's production of the hit classic, "West Side Story," opens at 8 p.m. Friday.
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“Tonight, tonight, won’t be just any night” as Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre opens “West Side Story” this weekend.

The local production of “West Side Story” opens at 8 p.m. Friday at the Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre in Grand Lake.

This classic of the American theatre was inspired by the Shakespearian tragedy, “Romeo and Juliet,” with a poignant message about love, hate, violence and prejudice. Don’t miss this cultural icon and its unforgettable music: “America,” “One Hand, One Heart,” “Tonight,” and “Somewhere,” just to name a few.

Rocky Mountain Repertory has a packed 2017 season!. Tickets are still available. Visit the theatre’s box office along the boardwalk in Grand Lake, call 970-627-3421, or shop online at

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The theatre’s website has additional information regarding all of this season’s productions, including “Mamma Mia!,” “Disney’s Newsies,” “West Side Story,” and “Almost Heaven: Songs of John Denver” coming this fall.

“It’s only just out of reach, down the block, on a beach, maybe tonight?!?”

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