Breaking Up Is Hard To Doby Erik Jackson & Ben H. Winters
Featuring the songs of Neil SedakaMusical
It's Labor Day Weekend in 1960. Marge and her stagestruck best friend Lois arrive at Esther's Paradise Resort in the Catskills on a vacation that was intended to be Marge's honeymoon — but the groom has left her at the altar. Lois does her best to console Marge and comes up with a plan to set her up with Del Delmonaco, the resort's handsome but self-obsessed singer who mistakenly assumes that Marge's father can get him on American Bandstand and make him the next teen heartthrob. Then there's Gabe, the geekish handyman and aspiring songwriter, always looking forlornly on — and of course Harvey, the Borscht Belt comic who for years has secretly carried a torch for the widowed Esther. Breaking Up Is Hard To Do is a heartwarming throwback to a simpler time infused with great Neil Sedaka tunes.
April 14 - May 22
Performances Wednesday - Sunday
For tickets, call 413-747-7797
Auditions for the Majestic Children's Theater By appointment only • Saturday, April 16, 12-3pm • Sunday, April 17, 6-9pm
The Majestic Children's Theater is seeking actors ages 13-19 for roles in MCT's 2016 season: The Frog Prince: A Musical, A Little Princess, and Treasure Island. Call 413-747-7797 to schedule your audition appointment.
The Majesters return to the Majestic, monthly this winter/spring Our own troupe of improvisational comedians take suggestions and inspiration from you, the audience. It's a fun evening full of surprises and antic comedy! The Majesters return for monthly performances, Tuesdays at 7:00pm. Tickets are $7 at the door for general admission, no reservations. See CALENDAR for dates.
About the Majestic
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Before it was a live theater, local residents may remember the Majestic Theater as a movie house. It has since been renovated and reimagined to bring live performances to the West Springfield area, giving local performance and technical artists the opportunity to thrive.
Every season at the Majestic consists of five productions (including at least one musical) featuring local actors. In addition to the subscription season, the summer includes children's theater, concerts, plays, open mic nights, and improvisational comedy shows.
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