Thursday, May 06, 2010

From a closing weekend to an opening one: Very Warm For May

Yesterday I told you about a show closing its run, today I'm going to urge you to see a show where you actually have some time to get to it!

42nd Street Moon theatre (on whose board I sit) is opening the Jerome Kern "uncommon" musical "Very Warm For May" this weekend.

The Chronicle has a great article today that talks about the history of the show, how it was lost after its Broadway close, and how it came to be revived.

The show only plays for three weeks, so I urge you to get your tickets now!

WHAT: Very Warm for May by Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II
WHERE: 42nd Street Moon Theatre
at the Eureka
215 Jackson Street
San Francisco, CA
WHEN: Now through May 23rd

Special events you should know about:

Special Family Matinee
Saturday, May 15
at 1 pm

Post-Show Discussions
with Director & Cast
Sunday, May 9 & 16
at 3 pm

MOONShine - Young Professionals Night:
Wednesday, May 12
5 pm pre-show party
at the Old Ship
followed by a 7 pm show

Glitter & Be Gay - LGBT Community Night:
Friday, May 14
6 pm pre-show party
at the L'Oliviers
followed by an 8 pm show

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