Pump Boys and Dinettes, the Toe-Tapping, Feel-Good Musical
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The last date listed for Pump Boys and Dinettes was Saturday May 8, 2010 / 4:00pm.
Currently at Horton Grand Theatre
- Full Price:
- $48 - $58
- Our Price:
- $24 - $29
This raucous satire is set in 1950s Washington, D.C., where a State Department official and his… More
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We really enjoyed this fun show. It was entertaining with good music and actors/singers. Also we felt it was a good value for this venue.
Parking was the only issue. The lot was full across the street and it was hard to find street parking. We ended up parking at Horton Plaza and walked several blocks to the theater (free parking and good exercise!)
We enjoyed the evening at this musical comedy. Ann H.
Everyone’s favorite feel-good musical! Drive a ways outta town, and you’ll come to a filling station run by Jim and L.M. Across the blacktop is the Double Cupp Diner, operated by Rhetta and Prudie Cupp. To look at it, you wouldn’t know that this little stop on Highway 57 is where all the action is. But once the boys get that guitar and bass fiddle revved up, you won’t want to be anywhere else. Packed with hummable, hilarious songs like “Be Good or Be Gone,” “Tips,” and “The Night Dolly Parton Was Almost Mine,” it’s a foot-stomping good time that will make you want to order a big slice of cherry pie and a second cup of coffee before you hit the road in search of life’s simple pleasures.