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Waitress San Francisco TicketsWaitress the musical is based on the 2007 movie of the same name. The show tells the story of Jenna, a diner waitress who lives in the Deep South. She is trapped in a marriage to an unsupportive brute, Earl, and finds most of her joy in baking pies. Jenna finds out she is pregnant and feels more trapped than ever because of the baby. She begins an affair with her doctor but still doesn't feel fulfilled. The rest of the story outlines her journey and her realization that being happy enough isn't the same as being happy. Waitress premiered at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Mass., in August 2015. The show began its Broadway previews on Mar 25, 2016, and made its official Broadway premiere on April 24, 2016.
Dear BabyWaitress has been recognized with multiple award nominations and wins. The original Broadway production was Tony Award-nominated for Best Musical, Best Original Score, 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 show won a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical and received five other Drama Desk nominations.
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Who is in the Waitress tour cast?The touring Waitress cast features Bailey McCall as Jenna, Kennedy Salters as Becky, Gabriella Marzetta as Dawn, David Socolar as Dr. Pomatter and Clayton Howe as Earl. The remainder of the cast is comprised of performers with various levels of Broadway experience who have been in many other productions. As is the case with all live theater events, the cast may change from performance to performance. No specific cast member is guaranteed to perform in any specific San Francisco performance.
What can I expect from a Waitress performance?Waitress is a dramatic story that is also heavy on the comedy. The audience will go through Jenna's feelings of desolation, fear, excitement and finally, hope. The show features adult content that includes sexual situations, infidelity and emotional abuse. Parents should know that the show is recommended for children aged 12 and older. Additionally, the show's running time is two hours and 30 minutes, including one intermission. Some younger children may have a difficult time maintaining their concentration through the entire show.
Where can I see Waitress in San Francisco?The Waitress tour brings the show to audiences throughout the country. When it is in the San Francisco area, you can see it at the Golden Gate Theatre, which hosts multiple touring Broadway productions throughout the year.
Who wrote the music for Waitress?The musical score was written by multiple-time Grammy Award nominee Sarah Bareilles. She wrote the music specifically for the musical and even had stints playing the main role on Broadway.
What shows are similar to Waitress?Waitress is similar to the legendary Broadway show Wicked in that both shows feature strong female main characters. In Waitress, Jenna finds the strength to leave her bad marriage and begin a life on her own. Elphaba also puts aside what others think and decrees that she has no desire to be with the Wizard of Oz and will live her life on her own terms. Though it is not a jukebox musical and the songs were written specifically for the musical, it does feature songs that were written by a successful, popular recording artist, similar to Jagged Little Pill, which features the music of Alanis Morissette.
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