Recreation of “I Love Lucy” episodes from 1952 features backstage antics, vintage commercials, and music from The Ricky Ricardo Orchestra
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$47.25 for one ticket to see I Love Lucy: Live on Stage (up to $67.50 value)
When: 7:30 p.m. on March 17-19 and 7 p.m. on March 22
Who is Lucy and why do I love her?: Lucille Ball—comedian, TV star, and pioneer for women in the entertainment industry—was known for her effervescent charm, slapstick humor, and long-running sitcom, I Love Lucy, which co-starred Ball’s then-husband and business partner, Desi Arnaz. Also in the cast were Vivian Vance and William Frawley as their neighbors Ethel and Fred.
Why should I love I Love Lucy: Live on Stage?: it recreates a live studio audience taping of the show circa 1952
How?: behind-the-scenes riffing, portions of two well-known episodes, music from The Ricky Ricardo Orchestra
Are there commercials?: Yes. The Crystaltone Singers perform jingles for Brylcream and Chevrolet.
Examiner.com praised it for being: “An absolutely brilliant and utterly engaging tribute to that iconic television show.”
Likewise, Musicals in LA called it: “Fresh, lovely, and full of life…a shining love letter to the one and only First Lady of comedy.”