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Waitress Denver Tickets
Waitress Denver Tickets
The 2007 feature film Waitress tells the story of Jenna, who was a diner waitress living in the deep South. The musical version tells the same story of the pie-baking diner waitress who was yearning to break away from her unsupportive husband. During the course of the story Jenna has an affair with a young doctor, but it still doesn't fulfill her. In the end she seeks to find a way to be truly happy, instead of just "happy enough." The show made its premiere at Cambridge's American Repertory Theater in August 2015. The production began Broadway previews on March 25, 2016. Its official Broadway debut was on April 24, 2016.
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Waitress has had multiple women in the role of Jenna throughout the show's run. During its run American Idol contestant Katharine McPhee and Sarah Bareilles have both had turns as the main character. The show has been nominated for multiple Tony Awards including, Best Musical, Best Original Score Written For The Theater, Best Performance By An Actress In A Leading Role In A Musical and Best Performance By An Actor In A Featured Role In A Musical. The production was also Drama Desk Award-nominated for Outstanding Musical, Outstanding Book of a Musical, Outstanding Actress in a Musical, Outstanding Music and Outstanding Lyrics. Waitress won a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a musical.
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Who wrote The Waitress musical?
The book for Waitress was written by Jessie Nelson. The music and lyrics were written by recording artist, Sarah Bareilles. Bareilles also wrote music for the Spongebob Squarepants Broadway production.
What topics does Waitress address?
Waitress explores the themes of emotional domestic abuse, with Jenna and her husband. It also talks about infidelity, Doctor Pomander and Jenna. Friendship, female empowerment and love are also themes that feature heavily in the production.
What can I expect from the show?
Waitress is a full-length Broadway musical with a running time of two hours and 30 minutes, including one intermission. The show is not recommended for children under the age of eight. The show features mature content that children will not be able to understand. Additionally, the long running time may be difficult for children to sit through without causing a distraction for other audience members or the cast. Waitress is a high-energy musical that brings the audience through a variety of emotions.
Where can I see Waitress in Denver?
The Waitress tour travels throughout the country. It has played at the Buell Theatre, Denver Center for the Performing Arts when it has come to Denver.
What musicals are similar to Waitress?
Waitress features a strong female character who takes her life into her own hands. In this way it is similar to the Broadway production Wicked, in which the main character, Elphaba, takes her life into her own hands. It is also similar to the show Dear Evan Hansen in that it discusses many relatable topics through an intimate story.
Who is on the Waitress tour cast?
The Waitress cast features Christine Dwyer as Jenna, Melody A. Betts as Becky, Jeremy Woodard as Earl and Steven Good as Dr. Pomatter. The rest of the cast features cast members with various levels of theater experience. As with all live productions, the cast can vary from performance to performance. When you see the show in Denver, no cast member is guaranteed to feature on any specific date or performance.Back to Top