The Pajama Game
Feb 10 – Mar 5, 2017
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Music & Lyrics by Richard Adler & Jerry Ross
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The Pajama Game Cast (click for bios):
Wildrick is, as always, over the moon to come home and trod the boards at The 5th Avenue where audiences may have seen her in one of many productions including: Carousel, Guys and Dolls, Sunday in the Park With George, Pirates of Penzance, Candide, Wonderful Town, Into the Woods, Hair and Company. Broadway: Scandalous. ACT: Vanities, First Date, Das Barbeccü. Village: Cabaret; Lizzie Borden; Hello, Dolly!; Man of La Mancha. Other Regional: Ordway, Shakespeare Theatre Company. Wildrick enjoys a vibrant theatrical career in Seattle—as both an actor and director—and has received three nominations, a Gregory and three Footlight Awards for her work onstage. For Wall-E. Diiirective…BillieWildrick.com.
Davis is thrilled to be able to finally spend some time in Seattle! Thank you, 5th Avenue! Broadway: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical OCM. Off-Broadway: White’s Lies, My First Time. Regional: Bella: An American Tall Tale, Les Miserables, Guys and Dolls, Beauty and the Beast. TV/Film: Law & Order, As the World Turns, The Graduates. Davis also has an extensive VO career with clients that include Papa John’s, Chase Sapphire, HULU, Vizio Smart Cast, 3M, Royal Canine and Shark Week. Twitter: @joshdavisss. Instagram: @joshdnyc. AEA & SAG/AFTRA. Thanks to Family, Friends & CLA.
GREG McCORMICK ALLEN
GREG McCORMICK ALLEN
Allen is delighted to be back at The 5th! Most recently, he could be found tapping in Singin’ in the Rain and Billy Elliot at Village Theatre. Favorite shows include White Christmas (Phil), Mary Poppins (Bert), Billy Elliot (Mr. Braithwaite) and Cinderella (Lionel, the Herald). Upcoming projects include Fire Station 7 at Seattle Children’s Theatre and whatever anyone casts him in after that! As always, love and thanks to Cindy!
KYLE ROBERT CARTER
At The 5th: Paint Your Wagon (Wesley), Grease (Teen Angel), How to Succeed… (Ovington), Jasper in Deadland. National Tour: In the Heights (Benny). Regional: In the Heights (Benny), Cubamor (Renato), Sister Act (Eddie Souther). Off-Broadway: Storyville (Butch “Cobra” Brown). “If there is no struggle, there is no progress.” –Frederick Douglass. Kyle-R-Carter.com.
SARAH ROSE DAVIS
SARAH ROSE DAVIS
Davis starred last season as Rosemary Pilkington in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and is thrilled to be back! This marks Davis’s 22nd show with The 5th! Some of her favorite credits include: Paint Your Wagon (Lotta), A Chorus Line (Maggie), Grease (Frenchy), Rent (Mark’s Mom), A Christmas Story (Mrs. Schwartz), Carousel, Jasper in Deadland (Hel) and many more! Village Theatre: Funny Girl (Fanny Brice). Thanks to The 5th Avenue Theatre and her parents! SarahRoseDavis.com.
Omar is thrilled to be making her 5th Avenue debut! Omar’s regional credits include: Wedding Band, Crowns, My Heart is the Drum, Rejoice, Chicago, Hi Hat Hattie, The Wiz, Ain’t Misbehavin’ and Menopause the Musical – National Tour. Her TV/film credits include The Librarians and Last Seen in Idaho. Omar also holds a BA degree in Theatre. She dedicates her performance to her children Ayanna, Isyss and Nate. Facebook.com/ShaunyceOmar.
Pichette has previously appeared at The 5th Avenue in Pirates of Penzance (Major-General Stanley), 1776 (John Adams), My Fair Lady (Higgins), Candide (Pangloss/Voltaire), Wonderful Town (Apopolous), Oklahoma! (Ike Skidmore), Oliver! (Fagin) and most recently The Sound of Music (Max Detweiler). Other regional credits include Death of a Salesman (Willy Loman) at ArtsWest. For the last two summers he has been a company member at Utah Shakespeare Festival in productions of King Lear (Fool), Twelfth Night (Malvolio), King Henry IV Part Two (Justice Shallow), Taming of the Shrew (Gremio) and Into the Woods (Narrator/Mysterious Man).
Darr is honored to be a part of this dreamy, steamy cast! 5th Avenue favorites over the past 15(!) years: A Chorus Line (Val), White Christmas (Judy), Jasper in Deadland (Secretary Hathaway), Elf, Catch Me…, Spamalot. Regional: Chicago (Roxie), South Pacific (Nellie), Legally Blonde (Brooke), Something Rotten (NYC Lab). TarynDarr.com.
At The 5th Avenue: Twimble/Wally Womper in How to Succeed…, Rusty Charlie in Guys and Dolls, Mike in White Christmas, Krupke in West Side Story, Moonface in Anything Goes! Locally, Galli has appeared at Seattle Rep, SCT, ACT, Intiman, The Village, Pacific Northwest Ballet. Regional credits include Arizona Theatre Company and Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. TV credits: Grimm, Frasier, Twin Peaks.
LAUREN DU PREE
EMILY ANN JOHNSON
RYAN PATRICK KELLY
RYAN PATRICK KELLY
5th Ave debut! Broadway: Wicked. Regional: Cats, Music Man, Sweet Charity, Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Pippin, Tokyo Disneyland. Film/TV: Smurfs, Across the Universe, Saturday Night Live, Jimmy Fallon, Two and a Half Men, Mozart in the Jungle, America’s Got Talent, Nurse Jackie.
5th: Damn Yankees, Pirates of Penzance, Secondhand Lions, Oliver, A Christmas Story. Tour/Regional: Camelot (Lancelot), Les Mis (Valjean). Village: Show Boat, Fiddler, Billy Elliot. Posner has a prominent voice over career – hear his work at Voices.com! Thanks family, Matt #1. SHMILY.
JASMINE JEAN SIM
5th Avenue debut. Broadway/Off-Broadway: A Little Night Music, Most Happy Fella, Juno, On the Town, Lost in the Stars, Applause, Fiorello!, Stairway to Paradise and Paint Your Wagon. Soloist with the Philadelphia Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, New York Philharmonic and Omaha Symphony.
CAROLYN WILLEMS VAN DIJK
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The Pajama Game
Recommended for audiences ages 10 and up.
The language is very mild: a couple of “hells” (“Seven and a half cents doesn’t buy a helluva lot” goes one lyric) and “damns” (“This is a lot of damned nonsense!”), plus one vulgar expression (“I don’t have to take that crap from nobody!”).
Several of the lyrics contain sexual innuendos, but are not explicit (“I got a hot water bottle / But nothing I got’ll / Take the place of you”). Some dance moves (in “Steam Heat” and the tango “Hernando’s Hideaway”) are also mildly suggestive.
Intimacy between the characters is also implied rather than explicit: for instance, as they sing “Small Talk,” Sid tries to kiss Babe, who insists she must cook dinner. She discovers her aprons are in the wash, removes her dress, and puts on a pajama top over her slip. They kiss again and sink into a chair as the lights go down.
One character (“Prez”) is a married man who constantly flirts with his female co-workers, using the same lines on all of them; he is usually unsuccessful, although he is seen leaving the company picnic with Mae (who later dumps him when he leaves her to go home to his wife).
Characters are seen drinking beer at the company picnic, at a tavern, and during a union meeting. Hines has a drinking problem and arrives at the factory inebriated when he believes his girlfriend has been unfaithful.
Sid shoves a worker who is being deliberately slow. Another character (Hines) entertains his co-workers with a knife-throwing performance at a picnic and later throws knives at several characters while drunk and in a jealous rage (he misses). The knives are not actually thrown onstage (though they seem to be).