Ably handling the Lockwood role is Michael Starr, a rising talent who's been popping up everywhere, including Reprise's “The World Goes ‘Round” and La Mirada's “1776.” As Selden, Kimberly Immanuel contributes a winning soprano and a fun-loving spirit. Sara King, playing Lamont, keeps the audience giggling with her piercing voice (“and I caaan't stan 'im”) but also makes clear that she's no dim-bulb pushover. Portraying Brown, Brandon Burks handles the jokey face-making, pose-striking duties well, and ever-reliable Peter Van Norden amiably smooths the sharp edges of studio chief R.F. Simpson. A 16-musician orchestra is led by Keith Harrison.