The Seattle Public Theater (SPT) at the Green Lake Bathhouse (7312 West Green Lake Dr N) invites you to a free youth performance of the 1937 comedy classic by John Murray and Allen Boretz, Room Service. The slapstick show runs April 23 through May 1, 2010.
Originally produced in 1937 during the height of the Great Depression, and then turned into a Marx Brothers movie, Room Service is full of snappy dialogue, slapstick comedy and a wickedly fast paced delivery. Follow what happens as 19 hungry actors are holed up in a Times Square hotel room with a headstrong producer, trying to find a backer for his new Broadway show while racking up monstrous room service bills. Filled with jokes, pratfalls, fast-paced chatter and financial chicanery, audiences are in for an evening of non-stop foolery.
Room Service plays April 24th-May 1st: Friday April 23rd at 7pm; Saturday April 24th at 7pm; Sunday, April 25th at 2pm; Friday, April 30th at 7pm; and Saturday, May 1st at 2pm and 7pm. Admission is free, however donations to the youth program are encouraged. For more information please call the box office phone at (206) 524-1300 or go online to www.seattlepublictheater.org.
If you’d like to join Seattle Public Theater’s terrific youth program, there is still plenty of time and room. Enroll now for summer drama camps and productions where you can learn acting, singing, stage combat and much, much more. See www.seattlepublictheater.org for details! Financial aid available for all programs.
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