Are they diners who decide to the action? Hope is at hand in the form of the town's handsome new doctor, and the announcement of a pie-making competition in a nearby town. You know — a cute tale about three waitresses who work for a cranky cook in a small-town diner. With a book by Hollywood screenwriter Jessie Nielson Hope Springs and insanely catchy score from Grammy nominated pop singer Sara Bareilles, Waitress is a melt-in-your-mouth hit!
Review: 'waitress' is big-hearted, grown-up, oddball, like real life
Based on a indie movie, this big hearted musical tells the story of diner waitress named Jenna who's presented with a chance waitresss leave her suffocating small town existence behind, and grabs it with both hands! And Bareilles gives cincinati of them a chance to bring down the house. Jenna works as a pie chef in a small town diner. And one of the waitresses — Jenna — makes pies so extraordinary that people come from miles around to sample them.
Renowned throughout the town for her crinkly crusts and fluffy pastries, she harbours dreams of watress her own pie shop and making a new life for herself. You know — like real life.
There are nearly equal portions of passion and betrayal, abuse and affection, triumph and failure. Her time spent baking is a kind of meditation, a break from her mundane existence where her creativity is allowed to flourish. Some have a hint of country to them.
The winner of the contest will be awarded a large cash prize, and Jenna realises it may be her one shot at turning her life around. Or, in the case of the wonderful and completely over-the-top "Never Ever Getting Rid of Me," a flat-out, juiced-up Broadway novelty. But it is the sort of show many of us need cincinnaati about now, giving us a reminder that living life with caring spirit and a good heart can reap untold rewards for us and those around cinclnnati.
That gives it a certain lovability.
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Not really. Additional Information Opening night: 9 January Audience. But she persists. Usually, Broadway shows only share the really big musical s among three or four characters. Reigning above it all is Desi Oakley in the leading role.
This is a grown-up musical, with moments of intoxicating joy and excruciating and oppressive sadness. Or stagehands?
And succeeds. But when she becomes unexpectedly pregnant by her bullying husband Earl, it seems like she may have to abandon her dreams forever.
It is every bit as oddball as its main characters. She gives the pies goofy names. Did You Know? Sometimes the humor is clownish — and not in a cincknnati way.