The Pajama Game is a classic musical that follows the romantic relationships among those involved with a pajama factory and its ongoing labor union struggles. Pick up your Pajama Game tickets now for a tried-and-true show with some real "Steam Heat."
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About the Show:
The Pajama Game is a musical with a score by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross and a book by George Abbott and Richard Bissell, author of the novel on which the show is based. It follows the story of a factory union's efforts to secure a pay raise while several of the people involved engage in romantic entanglements. It features such songs as "Steam Heat," I'm Not At All in Love," and "Racing With the Clock."
The original Broadway production of The Pajama Game ran for over 1,063 performances, from May 13, 1954 to November 24, 1956. It won several Tony Awards, including for the choreography by Bob Fosse (Chicago, Sweet Charity, Pippin). Revivals followed in 1973 and 2006, the latter starring Kelli O'Hara (South Pacific, Nice Work If You Can Get It) and Harry Connick, Jr. (Thou Shalt Not, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever). To this day, it is still a popular pick for schools and regional theatres. Grab your Pajama Game tickets and see this classic show for yourself!
Workers at the Sleep-Tite Pajama factory are working themselves to the bone and a strike seems imminent. The union leader, Prez, seeks a 7-1/2-cent per hour raise. Though Sid, the new superintendent, and Babe, leader of the union grievance committee, are opposed on the issue, they develop romantic feelings for one another, but she rejects them. Meanwhile, efficiency expert Hines is in love with secretary Gladys, but is turning her off with his jealousy.
The annual company picnic, Prez makes passes at Gladys, Hines gets drunk and demonstrates a knife-throwing act with Babe, and Babe starts to seriously consider Sid romantically. Soon enough she lets her guard down and they admit their love. But their relationship seems doomed when they return to the factory, where a slow-down that she supports angers Sid, who demands normal productivity and threatens termination to those who don't comply. When an impassioned Babe breaks some machinery, Sid is forced to fire her and reconsider their relationship.
After a union meeting, Sid decides that Babe's support of the union is reasonable, and takes Gladys out to a night club, where he gets the key to the company's books from her. Hines and Babe each discovers the meeting and think that Sid and Gladys are starting a romantic relationship. Babe storms away and Hines thinks his jealousy is finally justified. Once Sid gains access to the books, he discovers that factory boss Hasler has actually already added 7-1/2 cents to production cost but has kept the money for himself. Sid exposes the practice, appeases the workers, and reunites with Babe. Order your Pajama Game tickets today to experience this timeless story live.
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