Why See Saturday Night Fever?
You Should Be Dancing!
Get on your white flares and dust of that glitter ball because Saturday Night Fever is back. This new production transports you back to the glittering era of disco, and features all of the classic Bee Gees songs that defined an era, including the title number, You Should Be Dancing, Staying Alive, More Than A Woman, Tragedy and How Deep is Your Love.
Based on the classic 1977 movie starring a fresh faced John Travolta (who would also star in Grease a year later), Saturday Night Fever centers on the character of Tony Monero, a clerk in a paint store in Brooklyn. His days may drag by, but on Saturday he heads down to the local disco, where he's king of the dancefloor. There he meets Stephanie and together they decide to take part in a dance competition. But can their friendship survive the contest? A funky, gritty tale of love and ambition, this all-time classic musical hits Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia, PA, May 16 - July 16, 2017
Opening night: 16 May 2017
Contains adult themes
Cast and Creative
Adapted for the Stage by Robert Stigwood
Co-written by David Abbinanti & Sean Cercone
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Next available performances
Tue, May 16
Wed, May 17
Thu, May 18
Fri, May 19
Mon, May 22
What you thought
2 reviews, average rating: (3.8 Stars)
The disco brought back memories. I "should be dancing" again! more
The dancing was okay but the sound was so low you couldn't hear them when... more
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