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McKinney Summer Musicals Puts on Damn Yankees
Dates: 7/10/2018 – 7/10/2018
McKinney North High School Mc Kinney
2550 Wilmeth Road
Damn Yankees will be the fourth show produced by McKinney Summer Musicals since their return to the McKinney spotlight in 2007. This performance offers a fun-filled truly "American" based story line. Based on the Faust legend, this musical features the ever-loosing Washington Senators baseball team who are in great need of a long ball hitter. Middle-aged Senators fan, Joe Boyd, agrees and in a moment of recklessness swears that he would do anything, even sell his soul, to earn the Senators that much needed hitter. Little does he know that his exclamation was heard by the devil who grants Joe's wish, turning him into the youthful, talented Joe Hardy who leads the Senators into victory as their new long ball hitter. Aided by sexy seductress, Lola, the devil believes he has Joe's soul for himself. But when Joe recognizes that his love for his wife Meg is more important than the success of his favorite baseball team, he and Lola out-smart the devil and win back Joe Hardy's original existence as Joe Boyd. It is a true "turning point" musical. Performances of Damn Yankees will be July 10 and 15-17 at 8:00 PM and July 11 and 18 at 2:00 PM.