[Production History]
10900 Burbank Blvd.
Doc ............. Dick Wells
Lucinda ......... Crystal Keith
Eldridge ........ Mike Stanton
Patsy ........... Natascha Corrigan
Roddy ........... Richard Levinson
stage directions ........ Brian Wallis
660 N. Heliotrope Drive
Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00 p.m.
Sunday Oct. 4, 11, 18 & 25 at 7:00 p.m.
preview Thursday Sept. 17 at 8:00 p.m.
closing matinee Saturday Oct 31 at 2:00 p.m.
Featured Pick of the Week: L.A. Weekly GO
Jeremy Aldridge - nominated for L.A. Weekly Theater Award
John Groover McDuffie - nominated for L.A. Weekly Theater Award
Courtney DeCosky - nominated for Backstage Garland Award
Brendan Hunt - winner Ovation Award - Lead Actor in a Musical
Richard Levinson, Larry Herbstritt & Tom Campbell - nominated for Ovation Award - Lyrics/Music for an Original Musical
Savin' Up For Saturday Night- A new country-western musical. Lovin' ain't easy in this one-honky-tonk town, and when the bandleader and the bartender fall for the same dance hall girl, you can bet all heckfire's bustin' loose. It's an evening of non-stop toe-tappers, cat fights, and love quadrangles.
Doc- Male, Lead,Baritone/Tenor to play late 30's early 40's. The Easygoing Bartender
Lucinda- Female, Lead Mezzo Soprano to play late 30's early 40's- dance experience a plus. The Jilted Ex-Wife
Eldridge- Male, Lead, Baritone/Tenor in the style of Jerry Lee, to play late 30's early 40's- Must play guitar. Dance experience a plus. Country Western Singer, a Legend in his own mind.
Patsy- Female, Lead. Mezzo Soprano, to play 20-25. Guitar playing ability a plus. An ambitious waitress turned singer, willing do ANYTHING to get to Nashville. Great comedic timing a must.
All must be proficient in the country western/ honky tonk singin' style.
Dancers- age and sex open. Must move extremely well, Country line and couples dancing experience a plus. Fun lovin' bar patrons.
A country cabaret... and audience-participation dance hall! Lovin' ain't easy in this one-honky-tonk town, and when the bandleader and the bartender fall for the same dance hall girl, you can bet all heckfire's bustin' loose. It's an evening of non-stop toe-tappers, cat fights, and love quadrangles... and if you think you've got the gumption, you're welcome to get up and dance along. A new musical from the award-winning director of Louis & Keely Live at the Sahara!
directed by Jeremy Aldridge
choreography by Allison Bibicoff
Ceasar F. Barajas
and Rachel Howe
as the waitress
John Groover McDuffie
Guitar / Pedal Steel
Bass / Pedal Steel
Stage Manager / Light Board Op
Assistant Stage Manager
Sound Board Op
Graphic Design / Photography
Lisa Anne Nicolai