Noises Off: Hilarious Backstage Farce From Pacifica Spindrift Players
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Composed of songs from master of the modern musical Stephen Sondheim's vast catalog, Marry Me a Little is set in the separate apartments of two lonely New Yorkers who fantasize about romance while living only a floor away from each other. Through bittersweet soliloquies and songs from both famous musicals and unproduced shows, the revue tells of the characters' hopes, adventurous longings and fears of commitment. The poignant romantic story includes a slew of songs originally written for such Sondheim gems as Follies, A Little Night Music and Company. Learn More
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I was kind of sceptical about how well the Spindrift players could perform this very demanding play, but happily they did a very nice job, especially in the first and third acts. The second act was a little sloppy, but mostly funny too.
Noises Off presents a manic menagerie as a cast of itinerant actors rehearse a flop called “Nothing’s On”. Doors slamming, on-stage and backstage intrigue, and an errant sardine all figure in the plot of this hilarious and classically comic play.
About the Ticket Supplier: Pacifica Spindrift Players
Pacifica Spindrift Players is a non-profit organization that continues to attract the most dedicated and exceptional volunteers. The Board of Directors consists of over 20 elected volunteer positions, many of which have been filled by long time members of the theatre (20+ years!). PSP also boasts over 1200 members from all over the Bay Area who receive bi-monthly mailings announcing volunteer opportunities for various aspects of theatre productions, including directing, auditioning, and behind the scenes work for shows. In addition, PSP members receive discounted show tickets, may attend monthly Board meetings, and even run for elected positions.