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Waitress Washington, DC, TicketsThe Waitress musical is about a waitress and expert pie-maker, named Jenna, who lives in the deep American south. The production tells about her unplanned pregnancy, her affair with a young Doctor and her attempts to get her and her baby away from her husband, who she doesn't love. The Waitress musical made its debut at the American Repertory Theater in Massachusetts Aug. 2, 2015. This original production featured Jessie Mueller as Jenna, Drew Gehling as the doctor with whom she falls in love and Joe Tippett as Jenna's husband. The show then made its Broadway preview debut March 25, 2016, and made its official Broadway Debut Apr 24, 2016.
It Only Takes a TasteThe Waitress musical has garnered multiple award nominations from the theater community. It was nominated at the 2016 Tony Awards for Best Musical, Best Original Score Written For The Theatre (Sarah 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). It was also Drama Desk Award nominated for Outstanding Musical, Outstanding Book Of A Musical (Jessie Mueller), Outstanding Actress In A Musical (Jessie Mueller), Outstanding Music (Sarah Bareilles) and Outstanding Lyrics (Sarah Bareilles). The musical also holds the record for highest gross at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. The show grossed $145,532 over Easter weekend 2016.
Where can I buy Waitress Washington, DC, Tickets?You can buy tickets to see the Waitress performance in Washington, DC, at StubHub, the largest online ticket marketplace in the world. When you buy your tickets at StubHub, you get the FanProtect guarantee ensuring your ticket purchase is safe and secure.
Where can I see the Waitress tour in Washington, DC?When the Waitress tour comes to Washington, you can catch it at The National Theatre.
Who is on the Waitress tour cast?The Waitress tour cast is comprised of performers with various levels of theater experience. The touring cast features Christine Dwyer as Jenna, Ephie Aardema as her friend Dawn, Steven Good as Dr. Pomatter, Richard Kline as Joe the diner owner and Jeremy Woodard as Earl. As with all live theater productions, the cast can change from performance to performance. No actor is guaranteed to perform in any role on any specific date or show.
What songs are featured in the Waitress musical?Waitress features an entire score of songs that were completely composed by Sarah Bareilles. Some of the songs that you will hear at the Washington, DC, Waitress tour performance include, "What's Inside," "Opening Up," "The Negative," "What Baking Can Do," "Never Ever Getting Rid of Me," "I Love You Like a Table," "Take It From an Old Man" and more.
Is Waitress appropriate for all ages?The Waitress tour production is said to be appropriate for children ages 12 and over. The show deals with multiple mature topics including, infidelity, emotional abuse and sexual situations. Most children under 12 will not be able to correctly process this information within the context of the show. Additionally, the show is a full-length Broadway musical with a running time of two hours and 30 minutes. Many children are not able to maintain their focus for that amount of time without causing a distraction for other audience members or the cast.
What shows are similar to Waitress?Waitress features a story with a strong female character who actively goes after her happiness. This is similar to Julie Taymor's The Lion King, which features strong female characters in Nala and Rafiki (who was changed from a male in the movie to a female in the musical). The show is also a personal story of one person overcoming his or her situation just as the main character in Dear Evan Hansen does.
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