A Taffeta Wedding, a Retro Musical Sequel to The Taffetas
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The last date listed for A Taffeta Wedding was Saturday November 21, 2009 / 8:00pm.
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This was my first time to the Theatre on San Pedro Square. It was a nice theatre. You take two sets of steep stairs to get to the theatre. There is an elevator if your not in to taking the stairs. At the top it opens to a big room. The sound and lighting was very good. There are comfortable lounge seats which make up the rows. Some have small tables by them to set your drinks, food, etc. The staff was nice and made you happy you were there.
A Taffeta Wedding was a wonderful play. I was born in the year 1964, which the play is set. But I knew most of the songs they sang. My folks who I brought also enjoyed the trip down memory lane. I might have been conceived during one of these songs... The cast was great. They harmonized well together. Overall the night was swell... Thanks GoldStar!!!
Written by Rick Lewis
Director: Cathy Spielberger Cassetta
Choreographer: Dottie Lester-White
Vocal Directors: John A. Leslie & Diane Milo
Music Director: Becky Dugan
It’s 1964 & wedding bells are ringing for our favorite singing sisters, The Taffetas — and you’re invited as they and their crooning beaus, The Cardigans, swoon and sway to favorite ’50s and ’60s pop tunes like “Who’s Sorry Now,” “Sincerely” and “Locomotion” in this nostalgically fun premiere musical about gals and the guys they love, written by Rick Lewis, creator of The Taffetas and A Taffeta Christmas.
About the Ticket Supplier: The Tabard Theatre Company
Founded in 2001, The Tabard Theatre Company is the managing and resident theater company of Theatre on San Pedro Square, with offices in South San Jose. Tabard is committed to making a difference in the community through the arts by presenting professional-quality shows that are suitable and appropriate for audiences of all ages. Tabard actors, stage crew, and staff of all ages come from throughout the Bay Area as well as San Jose.