713 Lake Avenue
Lake Worth, FL 33460
Performing at Lake Worth Playhouse (Nov 15 - Dec 2)
The play portrays the final holiday broadcast of the struggling Mutual Manhattan Variety Cavalcade as it takes to the air during World War II to record its broadcast for the troops overseas. It features hit songs from the era, dancing and old time sound effects.
It’s the story of a harassed producer whose lead singer is often drunk, a delivery boy who wants a chance behind the mic, a second banana who dreams of singing a ballad and a trumpet-playing sound effects man who chooses a fighter plane over Glenn Miller.
-1940's Radio will be performed without intermission-
"The Lake Worth Playhouse has been a cornerstone of the City of Lake Worth since its incorporation in 1953. A vibrant and thriving community theatre situated in the heart of downtown Lake Worth, the Playhouse serves over 30,000 patrons a year. Now entering its 59th Season, the Playhouse offers a broad range of cultural opportunity to the entire Palm Beach County community. From Broadway musicals to comedies and straight dramas, to films and special events, the Playhouse has something for everyone throughout the year! Valet Parking right in front of the theatre, offered on Thursday, Fright and Saturday (nights only) for only $5!"