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The Wedding Singer

Benedum CenterPittsburghPennsylvania United States of America

Sunday, August 02, 2015 at 2:00 PM

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The Wedding Singer Tickets

The Wedding Singer Tickets

Robbie Hart sings at a lot of weddings, but has no luck when it comes to his own. The Wedding Singer, a musical based on the movie of the same name, follows his pursuit of true love and happiness. Order your The Wedding Singer tickets now and follow his quest to get the girl once and for all.

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The Wedding Singer Information

About the Show:

Based on the 1998 film starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, The Wedding Singer is a musical romantic comedy following the lives of wedding singer Robbie and banquet waitress Julia. It opened on Broadway on April 27, 2006 and closed the following December 31, after 284 performances. Two national tours followed shortly thereafter, from 2007-2008 and 2009-2010, and several international productions have been staged. The original Broadway cast featured musician/actor/comedian Stephen Lynch, Laura Benanti (Into the Woods, Gypsy), Amy Spanger (Rock of Ages, Elf), and Richard H. Blake (Legally Blonde, Wicked). Order your The Wedding Singer tickets today and see this musical take on the classic comedy live on stage.

Plot Synopsis:

Robbie Hart is a down-on-his-luck wedding singer who lives with his sweet old Grandma Rosie in Ridgefield, New Jersey. After a gig one night, Robbie writes a corny love song for his fiancee, Linda, with the help of a waitress friend, Julia. But the following day, while Julia's boyfriend proposes to her, Linda leaves Robbie at the altar with just a note, which sinks him into a deep depression. Despite encouragement from his bandmates, he can't pull himself together and is thrown in a dumpster at his next wedding gig. Julia encourages him to pick himself up, but he vows only to sing at bar mitzvahs. One day, when her fiance is busy (as usual), Robbie helps Julia register for her wedding. After Robbie goes out with Julia, Glen, and some friends and realizes that Glen is a cheater who Julia is only marrying for security, he decides to act on his newfound love for her and save her from a disastrous marriage.

The next day, Robbie tries to get a job at Glen's Wall Street office, and that evening, he tries to surprise Julia with his new, businessman look. When he can't woo her, he accuses her of marrying Glen for his money and she is hurt. She was going to try to help him by getting him to sing at weddings again, starting with her own, but she turns him away. After drowning his sorrows in a bar, he resolves to go tell her how he really feels, but only gets so far as seeing her through her window trying on her wedding dress. Once home, he finds Linda in his bed, wanting him back, but he falls asleep immediately.

In the morning, Julia arrives at Robbie's house to tell him that she loves him, but she finds Linda instead and suddenly elopes with Glen in Las Vegas. After Robbie kicks Linda out, Julia's friend Holly tells him where she is and Robbie and Julia realize they may never get to tell each other how they really feel. With encouragement from Grandma Rosie and his bandmates, Robbie flies to Vegas and sings Julia his new song. Enraged that they have feelings for each other, Glen blurts out that he has cheated on Julia countless times, which earns him a beating from several celebrity impersonators. Robbie proposes and Julia accepts (as long as he sings at her wedding). Get your The Wedding Singer tickets today to go along on this romantic journey for yourself.


  • 2006 Tony Awards: 5 nominations
  • 2006 Drama Desk Awards: 8 nominations

Creative Team:

MusicMatthew Sklar
LyricsChad Beguelin
BookChad Beguelin & Tim Herlihy
Based onThe 1998 film The Wedding Singer

The Wedding Singer News:

December 31, 2006The Wedding Singer closes on Broadway after 284 performances.
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