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‘Caddyettes’ takes stage at Off Broadstreet in Nevada City

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“Caddyettes at the LPGA,” a musical comedy revue by John Driscoll and Jan Kopp running for six weeks at Off Broadstreet.
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Heidi Grass, Rebekah Martino, Tasa Proberts, Krissi DeKowzan and Andrew Kerr star in “Caddyettes at the LPGA,” a musical comedy revue by John Driscoll and Jan Kopp running for six weeks at Off Broadstreet.

Saturday’s 8:15 p.m. show, “Lady Golfers’ Night” offers free admission to female golfers. The show continues Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through June 9 at Off Broadstreet’s 305 Commercial St. location in Nevada City.

During the Ladies’ Professional Golf Association tour in 1973, a Bay Area female vocal quartet known as the “Corvettes,” who specialize in performing covers of male artists, is persuaded by a former member of the Par Four (Andrew Kerr) to change the name of their group to the “Caddyettes” and represent themselves as female golfers to perform at an LPGA event held in San Francisco’s famed Tonga Room.

Four of our top female vocalists perform their own unique renditions of songs by the Beach Boys, Temptations, Drifters, Miracles and many more.

Caddyettes at the LPGA offers humorous insights into the game of golf as well as the “mating game” as influenced by women’s entry into a formerly all-male sport. Plenty of light-hearted humor for men and women alike, as well as fun choreography by OBS regular Tina Marie Kelley. Songs include many number one hits from the 1960’s and early 1970’s, including Good Vibrations, Little Old Lady From Pasadena, Hit The Road Jack,The Way You Do The Things You Do, Hey Big Spender, Love Me With All of Your Heart and many more.

Pre-show entertainment is provided by Chris Crockett beginning one hour before show time for all performances.

For further information or for show reservations, please call Off Broadstreet at 530-265-8686 or visit the website at http://www.offbroadstreet.com.


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