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You're Gonna Love Tomorrow Comedy/Satire; Drama; Romance View Details Compare
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Young Frankenstein Comedy/Satire; Romance View Details Compare
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Zombies From The Beyond Comedy/Satire View Details Compare
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A musical comedy celebration of American ideals and foibles in the Eisenhower era. Songs, dances, and laughs abound in the unlikeliest of settings as the Cold War and space race paranoia threaten the good folks at the fictional Milwaukee Space Center in 1955, where the staff is all abuzz at the arrival of rocket scientist Trenton Corbett. The budding romance of Trenton and Mary—the daughter of Space Center commander Major Malone—is jeopardized when a flying saucer lands in Milwaukee. The craft is piloted by Zombina, a buxom alien aviatrix bent on procuring he-specimens to re-populate her planet. Can Mary uphold her lady-like demeanor while using her facile intelligence to save Milwaukee from a Red Menace and a flying saucer invasion? Can plucky delivery boy Billy ever get secretary Charlene to notice his tap-dancing charms?? Can the stalwart men of Milwaukee survive brainwashing by a musical menace from another world who gives new meaning to "stratospheric" soprano??? Taking its cue from pulp movies popular at the time, ZOMBIES FROM THE BEYOND brings the 1950s nostalgically and hilariously to life with a tuneful, toe-tapping score.

"Dead aim, deadpan, dead-on new musical with keen-eyed skill to spare." —NY Times. "A splendid surprise. This crazy satire is absolutely enchanting. By all means see it—it's 24-carat fun." —NY Post. "Hilarious! Superb! Marvelous! Out of this world! A droll, tongue-in-cheek book and a zippy score. A dizzy musical above and beyond the call of hilarity." —NY Daily News. "James Valcq's book and songs are ten times cleverer than anything on Broadway right now. This is a scream, hoot and holler from A to Z and will probably turn up on many small theatres' rosters thanks to its small set and cast." —BackStage. 

Zulu And The Zayda Drama View Details Compare
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As outlined in the Hollywood Reporter: "…Has to do with finding a 'grandpa sitter' for Zayda, who has a habit of wandering off and getting lost somewhere on the outskirts of Johannesburg. Harry Grossman's South African servant, Johannes, convinces him that his brother, Paulus, would be the ideal man to keep a watchful eye on the old man. The two of them hit it off immediately, with Zayda learning Zulu expressions, and Paulus in turn being taught Yiddish. Pretty soon, it becomes the relationship almost of father and son, going on long walks together, with some amusing discourses on the differences as well as similarities in customs and traditions, and this fraternization inevitably leads to trouble with the authorities, who impose sever penalties for traveling without a pass, or going "where you don't belong," or for being a host to a new-found companionship, Zayda inevitably gets Paulus and his circle of friends into the police mesh. One complication follows another, with Paulus eventually being dismissed and sent off by Harry Grossman, the trouble-plagues son of Zayda. It breaks the old man's heart. However, in the end, all winds up happily."

Set in racially torn South Africa, this warm-hearted, gently humorous play tells of the firm and understanding friendship which blooms between a Jewish grandfather and the native servant engaged to look after him. "…something to warm the heart, lighten the spirit…" —NY Daily News.

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