Off Broadstreet serves up comic story of four generations of family |

Off Broadstreet serves up comic story of four generations of family

A brand new musical comedy, “Servin’ Sixties,” opens Friday at the dessert theater, Off Broadstreet.

The play takes place at DiLuca’s International Pizza and Song, where some members of a large Italian family entertain a bus tour, singing their way through the family’s 95-year history in America. Doo wop arrangements of top songs of the 1960s punctuate this story of love, family and endurance through four generations, spanning Prohibition, The Great Depression, World War II and later events. John Driscoll, co-owner of the theater wrote, and choreographed the play, which stars Richard Joplin, Andrew Kerr, Ed Stamper and Darrl Sines.

The 10-week run extends from March 16 through May 19, playing at 8:15 p.m. every Friday and Saturday night; on May 3 at 7:15 p.m. and one Sunday matinee at 2 p.m. on May 13. Admission is $19 on Thursdays and Sundays and $21 on Fridays and $23 on Saturdays. Due to limited seating, advance reservations are strongly recommended. Call 265-8686 to reserve your seat and for more information; also go online at Off Broadstreet is located at 305 Commercial St., Nevada City.

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