The corporate ladder leads to big laughs in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, a wickedly clever satire of big business. Written by Tony Award-winning composer Frank Loesser (Guys and Dolls), this hilarious musical lampoon follows the story of lowly window-washer J. Pierrpoint Finch and his rise to a high-powered executive. As the ambitious and enterprising worker follows instructions from a morally questionable how-to manual, he finds that his unorthodox business practices just might jeopardize his career and budding romance with his secretary. With show-stopping musical numbers such as "Coffee Break," "Been A Long Day," "A Secretary Is Not A Toy" and "Brotherhood of Man," How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying is the perfect mix of business and pleasure. This lovable look at life on the climb makes its way to the Marine's Memorial Theatre in San Francisco.