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Waitress Portland Tickets
Waitress Portland TicketsThe Waitress stage production is based on the 2007 movie of the same name. The story revolves around a young woman named Jenna who works as a waitress at a diner in the deep South. Her passion in life is baking pies. She is unhappy with her emotionally abusive husband. Jenna discovers that she is pregnant and sees the baby as an anchor that will keep her attached to her husband for her entire life. Jenna meets a young doctor and begins an affair with him. She also learns of a pie-baking contest that offers a large cash prize. She decides to enter the contest and use the money to start a new life with her baby that is far away from her husband. As the story progresses, Jenna learns that happy enough isn't good enough and that she needs to take control of her life no matter what anyone else says.
Sometimes a Pie Can Change Your LifeWaitress has been honored for its musical score as well as its performances and technical aspects. It was nominated for Tony Awards for Best Musical, Best Original Score Written for the Theatre (Sara Bareilles), Best Performance By an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical (Jessie Mueller) and Best Performance By an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical (Christopher Fitzgerald). The show won a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical (Christopher Fitzgerald). Waitress was also a hit with the public during its first Broadway run. The show set a house record for a single performance at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre when it grossed $145,532 in its first weekend.
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Who wrote the music for Waitress?The music for Waitress was written by Grammy-nominated recording artist Sara Bareilles. Bareilles also had multiple stints in the starring role. She has been nominated for six Grammy Awards.
When and where did Waitress debut?The original stage production of Waitress debuted at the American Repertory Theater in August 2015. The show's success led it to Broadway in April 2016 and a national tour that began in October 2017.
Is the Waitress tour production appropriate for children?The Waitress stage production is not recommended for younger viewers. The show deals with mature content that includes infidelity, abuse and unwanted pregnancy. The show also depicts sexual acts and profane language. Parents are encouraged to use discretion when determining whether they are going to bring their children to see Waitress.
Who designed the sets and costumes for Waitress?The Waitress tour features sets that were originally designed by Scott Pask. Pask has also designed sets for Pippin, Finding Neverland, Mean Girls, The Prom and more. The costumes for the show were originally designed by Suttirat Anne Larlarb. Her other work includes Finding Neverland and Of Mice and Men.
Where can I see Waitress in Portland?The Waitress tour is presented at the Keller Auditorium when it visits Portland.
What musicals are similar to Waitress?Waitress tells the story of a typical woman who is trying to overcome her situation and find happiness. Other musicals that have similar stores of overcoming difficult circumstances include Dear Evan Hansen, Mean Girls and Heathers the Musical. Waitress also features a musical score that was written by an artist who has had success in popular music, Sarah Bareilles, as was Jersey Boys, which features songs that were mostly written by Bob Gaudio from The Four Seasons.
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