Sensational 70's - Musical Revue
Get out your platform shoes, your bell bottoms, your mood rings, your halter tops and leisure suites and get ready to boogie oogie - oogie, like you just can't boogie no more!
Join us for a look back at the Sensational 70's!
Rediscover the sounds that made the 70's an
unforgettable decade in music history.
The show has ballads, upbeat songs
and we can't forget one of the most popular musically trends of the time....Disco!!
It’s gonna be a party!
Throw theater etiquette out the window and get up and dance. The number one rule is to have a groovy time man!
Last of the Red Hot Lovers by Neil Simon
Barney Cashman, middle-aged, overworked, and with no experience in covert maneuvers, is bored with his bland, “nice” life. He is anxiously trying to join the sexual revolution before it’s too late.
He’s tired of existing; he wants to live — before it’s too late. Maybe one afternoon of passion could be so exhilarating, so vivid, that the memory alone would sate his desire for more. Three women, three afternoons, three shots at living in Technicolor. Barry's bungled attempts at seduction will leave
the audience rolling with laughter.
"Mr. Simon has created great characters here....it is extraordinarily funny and yet also charming...as witty as ever, perhaps wittier." - The New York Times
Mild Adult Themes
Mild Adult Themes
These two shows will alternate performance dates.
Nunsense by Dan Goggin
The funny, irreverent, and charming musical follows the misadventures of five sisters trying to manage a fundraiser. The nuns known as the Little Sisters of Hoboken are raising money to bury sisters accidently poisoned by the convent cook, Sister Julia (Child of God). In order to raise money to bury the four dead sisters, the Little Sisters of Hoboken (well, what's left of them) put on a riotous revue packed full of gags, jokes, and heart combined with audience participation, hilarious, show-stopping songs and dance numbers.
Winner! Four Outer Critics Circle Awards, including Best Off-Broadway Musical
Nunsense A-Men! by Dan Goggin
Nunsense A-Men! is basically the original “Nunsense” show with all of the characters being portrayed by male musical comedy performers. Think of it as “Mrs. Doubtfire enters the Convent.” Done totally seriously, this show is, to quote a critic, "no drag". To quote the New York Times: “A change of habit, boy oh, boy!”