You're in the 12-items-or-less line at the grocery store, but you accidentally have one item too many and the customer behind you is getting cranky.
Familiar scene? Well, what if that grouchy customer breaks into song, revealing his inner torment, prompting you to harmonize in anguish about your mistake. The cashier croons to keep peace, and finally tempers are soothed by a friendly manager's ballad.
It would in "Wegmans … The Musical," a free performance by Advanced Drama students at Algonquin Regional High School at 8 p.m. May 10.
Drama teacher Maura Morrison and her students decided to take this larger-than-life grocery store that opened here last fall
"I was just feeling all around me the excitement and buzz about Wegmans. It seemed like an event, it seemed like a good idea to create a musical about," Ms. Morrison said.
The musical focuses on the relationship between twin brothers
Morrison emphasized that while the musical is campy humor, it doesn't mock or criticize Wegmans.
"It definitely is a celebration of Wegmans," she said.
And how does Wegmans feel about all this?
"We're really excited to go see it," said Bill Congdon, Wegmans' New England division manager. "We're honored that the students want to do it."