Baby Wants Candy Tickets
‘Baby Wants Candy’, completely different from the title, is an improvised stage play backed by a musical band. It is a full-fledge improvised comedy that is filled with loads of surprises with on the spot jokes, plot and storyline. Each musical of ‘Baby Wants Candy’ has its own opening and closing night. That is to say each performance is new and original since the cast is not following or adapting to a given script. Baby Wants Candy tickets are in stock now for another fresh, exciting and humorous musical of your choice
Baby Wants Candy Tickets
- Fri Jul 20 2018Buy Baby Wants Candy, Kennedy Center Family Theater Tickets for Fri Jul 20 2018 Baby Wants Candy, Kennedy Center Family Theater tickets for 07/20 07:00 PM Kennedy Center Family Theater
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The musical starts around an idea that is provided by a shouting phrase by a member from within the audience. It is the task of the performers to conjure and build up an interesting theme and setting around this phrase or word, no matter how weird, mundane or ridiculous it may be. Some of the different titles for musicals of ‘Baby Wants Candy’ include ‘Puke and Rally’, ‘Hanukkah Bloody Hanukkah’, ‘I’m the Only Black Person in this Room’, ‘John Wilkes Books and His Magical Talking Tooth’, and ‘Love on the F Train’.
Having provided with a phrase or word, the group cast embarks upon constructing a story to put forth an entertaining show. They move along without any verbal communication or discussion about the dynamics of their performance throughout the hour long show.
The stage for the musical is minimal, comprising of a small and basic set of props such as a couple of chairs and a set of stairs leading to the upper level of the stage platform. This minimalist approach gives extra room and freedom to the performers to utilize the space according to their own creativity. This is particularly in reference to the improvised dance sequences which require a rather free and open stage space for performances. The dancing is backed by the musical band called Yes Band. It is a treat to see the parallel pace of improvisation and invention both on the part of the band that comes up with instant songs and music themes that fit into the structure of the play. The actors also readily adapt to the tunes of the band while dancing in complete synch to a sound they have never heard before.
The dexterous musical band led by Jody Shelton, plays a variety of genres from hip hop bass lines to ballads. Shelton is the man instrumental in the creativity of Yes Band’s music. Performing simultaneously alongside an improvised musical is indeed one of the most challenging jobs for any musical director and Shelton masters this art like no other. He not only contributes on piano keys but keeps a strong and precise control over instruments like bass, guitar as well as drums. The outcome is a well managed and coordinated creative sound and composition that enables the cast to articulate and enhance their acts on stage. Both the actors and the music band thus complement each other in a marvelous way. The effortless chemistry shared by the two comes across on stage like an act that has been rehearsed to perfection, although that is not the case in reality.
What sets apart ‘Baby Wants Candy’ is its unexpected course of events that are invented and carried through the performance to put up the most entertaining and amusing show for the audience. Once the show commences, no member both from within the audience or the cast itself, is sure of the direction it will go into or the end it will draw. This suspense and intriguing element of ‘Baby Wants Candy’ keeps the viewers at the edge of their seats throughout the hour. The play exemplifies the skillful art of constructing a story from a random word and building it to conclude musically within the given hour. So get your Baby Wants Candy tickets and witness this improvisational art by the best known in the business.
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Baby Wants Candy Schedule
Some of the best theatre productions have released their schedules. Baby Wants Candy will run at the venues from 20-Jul-18 until 21-Jul-18. Upcoming show will be staged at Kennedy Center Family Theater, Washington; whereas the last one will be held at the Kennedy Center Family Theater, Washington. For the complete list of dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Baby Wants Candy||Kennedy Center Family Theater||Washington, DC||Fri Jul 20 201807/20 07:00 PM|
|Baby Wants Candy||Kennedy Center Family Theater||Washington, DC||Sat Jul 21 201807/21 07:00 PM|
|Baby Wants Candy||Kennedy Center Family Theater||Washington, DC||Sat Jul 21 201807/21 09:30 PM|
Baby Wants Candy Tickets Prices
The average price for Baby Wants Candy Tickets start from $29. The minimum get in price is $29 for Baby Wants Candy Tickets at the Kennedy Center Family Theater, Washington. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Baby Wants Candy||Washington||20-Jul-18||$29||$29|
|Baby Wants Candy||Washington||21-Jul-18||$88||$88|
|Baby Wants Candy||Washington||21-Jul-18||$29||$29|
* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.
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