PAJAMA GAME CANCELED
It is with tremendous sadness that we must announce the cancelation of all remaining performances of THE PAJAMA GAME. Our community is enduring yet another COVID-19 surge, and although we were able to perform the past two evenings, cases have developed this morning within our company which sadly require us to suspend further performances.
We know that many of you have been rescheduled from earlier weeks (some more than once), and we can not apologize enough. Over the next week we will reach out personally to discuss your options.
It is our sincere hope that if you can, you will consider converting your tickets into a tax-deductible donation in support of our company, as we strive to safely bring our artform back to the stage during these turbulent times. We would also be happy to offer you a credit for any future Moon production.
If you’ve already purchased tickets, please use the below button to let us know which option you prefer:
If you’d like to discuss your options with the box office, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow up to three business days for a reply, as we work diligently to contact all of our affected patrons.
Our artists, staff, volunteers, and Board are heartbroken by this announcement, and we also share any frustration or disappointment you might feel. We hope that you will continue to remain safe and healthy.
THE PAJAMA GAME
The Gateway Theatre
Book by George Abbott and Richard Bissell
Music and Lyrics by Jerry Ross and Richard Adler
Based on the novel “7½ Cents” by Richard Bissell
Director, Becky Potter
Music Director, Armando Fox
Choreographer, Renee DeWeese
“A glorious, exuberant musical…set in President Eisenhower’s America, it strikes plenty of sparks in the twenty-first century.” – Time Out
Called “Dynamic” and “Joyous” by The Guardian, this Tony Award-winning musical boasts one of the greatest scores of Broadway’s Golden Age, telling a timeless tale of romance in a workplace drama between factory management and middle-class workers, struggling to do more than just get by. Featuring the choreographic genius of Bob Fosse, and the immortal pop-hits “Hey There”, “Steam Heat” and “Hernando’s Hideaway”, this contemporary take on a comedy classic promises an evening of laughter, songs, dance, and heart.