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Pump Boys and Dinettes archiveSet in the late '50s somewhere out on Highway 57, Pump Boys and Dinettes is a foot-tapping mixture of country, rock, western-swing and folk music, where the guys at the garage have been known to do auto repairs - when aided by quantities of time and beer, and the gals from the diner celebrate their home cooking with the same zeal they bring to being neighbourly with the boys. But, this ain't all food and gas, the good-time gang are back.

Author John Foley. Author Mark Hardwick. Author Debra Monk. Author Cass Morgan. Author John Schimmel. Author Jim Wann.

Archive listings for Pump Boys and Dinettes

Work type: Musical.


Producer Queen's Theatre Hornchurch. Director Matt Devitt. Design Mark Walters. Sound Whizz. Lighting Chris Jaegar. Choreographer Kraig Thornber. Director Julian Littman (music).
11 Mar 05 to 2 Apr 05Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch :: V41
listing details L01068028874


Company Bottleneck Theatre Company.
20 Nov 02 to 23 Nov 02Courtyard, Hereford :: V101
listing details L01769538512


Producer New Vic. Director Kate Edgar. Design Will Hargreaves. Director Kevin Oliver Jones (music). Choreographer Beverley Edmunds). Sound James Earls-Davis. Lighting Daniella Beattie. Performer Kim Bretton (Rhetta Cupp). Performer Adrian Dixon (L.M.). Performer Kevin Jones (Jim). Performer Adam Keast (Eddie). Performer Amy Wadge (Prudie Cupp). Performer Klaus White (Jackson).
25 Jan 02 to 16 Feb 02New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-under-Lyme :: V119
listing details L02106078845


Company Haymarket Theatre. Director Alasdair Ramsay. Performer Ian Conningham (Eddie). Performer Matt Devreaux ( L.M.). Performer Mark Crossland (Jackson). Performer Sarah Harvey (Prudie). Performer Sean Johnson (Uncle Bob). Performer Julian Littman (Jim). Performer Jane Milligan (Rhetta).
8 Sep 00 to 30 Sep 00Haymarket Theatre, Basingstoke :: V764
listing details L01869329414

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