Saturday Night Fever
Based on the 1977 blockbuster film, Saturday Night Fever whisks you back to the 1970s, where open shirts, bell-bottoms, and disco were all the rage.
Tony Manero, a talented street-wise kid from Brooklyn, yearns of escaping his dead-end job and becoming a “disco king” at the local club. He meets a young lady who can help him achieve his dance dreams, but will she accept his advances and help him change his world?
Packed with legendary hits from the Bee Gees including: “Stayin’ Alive,” “You Should Be Dancing,” “How Deep Is Your Love,” and many more, Saturday Night Fever sizzles with a compelling story and explosive dance.
Based on the Paramount/RSO Film and the story by NIK COHN | Adapted for the stage by ROBERT STIGWOOD in collaboration with BILL OAKS | North American version written by SEAN CERCONE & DAVID ABBINANTI | Featuring songs by THE BEE GEES
Director/Choreographer | Mark Martino
Music Director | Jason Wetzel
Assistant Music Director | Ben McNaboe
Costume Design and Construction | Michael Bottari and Ronald Case
Coordinator | Ryan Moller
Lighting Designer | Michael Barnett
Set Designer | Charles S. Kading
Sound Designer | Patrick LaChance
Wig Designer | Gerard James Kelly
Casting Director | Bob Cline
Stage Manager | Mark Johnson
Asstant Stage Manager | Amy M. Bertacini
Don’t forget your boogie shoes. | Coastal Journal
Saturday Night Fever is Bitchen’ | Boothbay Register
Catch the Fever | Times Record
“A time machine to the era of disco balls and “night fever.” | Portland Press Herald
Dance, Dance, Dance: MSMT’s Saturday Night Fever | Broadway World
Interview: Creating a Conversation – Jacob Tischler | Broadway World