Let’s forget about terms like “sexual harassment” and “office bitch” and focus on the logistics of a workday. You get up, you go to work, you work and you leave work to return home for sleep before doing it all over again. Whether drama fits into this equation totally depends on where you work, but in Dolly Parton’s 9 To 5, it’s crucial. The film-turned-musical revolves around three women who are slaves to their sexist, bigoted bully of a boss man. In an effort to bring harmony to the office, the women team up for a full-fledged workplace rebellion that’s enhanced through spirited songcraft on the part of Parton — who wrote the music for the mayhem. Central Piedmont Community College’s Summer Theatre performs 9 To 5, from June 7-15 in Halton Theater.