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Wake Up, Darling - 1956 - Broadway

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Ethel Barrymore Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
243 West 47th St.
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by Curt Miner - Sep 6, 2009
With the Labor Day weekend comes the traditional end of summer and the beginning of many fall programs and activities: football, pumpkin patches, prepration for harvest ... and here on the Central Coast, many a theatre organization is preparing in earnest for their Fall Theatre seasons - or are already off and running!
by BWW News Desk - Sep 30, 2009
Hard to believe that we bid farwell to September this week and welcome the beginning of October - the first full month of fall! Many areas of the country are experiencing fall colors and cooler temperatures - and even here on the California Central Coast, a change can be felt in the air. But regardless of the change of season in the weather - the seasons of our various area theatres continue to provide a steady diet and wide variety of quality live entertainment for your viewing pleasure!
by Curt Miner - Sep 28, 2009
Hard to believe that we bid farwell to September this week and welcome the beginning of October - the first full month of fall! Many areas of the country are experiencing fall colors and cooler temperatures - and even here on the California Central Coast, a change can be felt in the air. But regardless of the change of season in the weather - the seasons of our various area theatres continue to provide a steady diet and wide variety of quality live entertainment for your viewing pleasure!
by Curt Miner - Sep 21, 2009
As Fall officially arrives on the California Central Coast, a number of curtains fall on several area theatre productions - but one curtain falls so that another may rise on some other theatrical offering that is well worth your time!
by Curt Miner - Sep 14, 2009
Well, with the first weekend after Labor Day behind us, most churches have kicked off their fall program years. And speaking of kick-off - the first full weekend of NFL games is in the books ... how did YOUR favorite team do? And if you're not into either the church or football scene - thank God for the numerous Central Coast theatres that offer so many live performance alternatives as they launch or are already into their Fall Seasons!
by Curt Miner - Oct 5, 2009
In churches around the World, Sunday, October 4th, was World Communion Sunday - that one Sunday out of the year when churches set aside their theological and philosophical differences and celebrate that which they share in common ... what a novel idea! And up and down the Central Coast, theatres continue to celebrate what THEY have in common - a feast of quality live entertainment to fit every budget and taste!
by BWW News Desk - Oct 3, 2009
As Fall officially arrives on the California Central Coast, a number of curtains fall on several area theatre productions - but one curtain falls so that another may rise on some other theatrical offering that is well worth your time!
by Curt Miner - Oct 19, 2009
Having recently returned from 2 weeks in the Midwest - I am reminded that in many parts of the country, this is harvest time when farmers are concerned about getting the crops out of the fields in between fall rains and before the first snows arrive. But here on the California Central Coast, the temperatures are still warm - and so is the hospitality in our numerous live theatre and performance venues!
by Curt Miner - Oct 15, 2009
Upon returning from MN & IA where I performed a couple of weddings, preached at a friend's ordination, and caught a matinee of the National Tour of 'Wicked,' the Central Coast was hammered by a storm that dropped several inches of rain, leaving thousands of households without power (erego the late posting this week). However - the shows must go on ... and so they shall!