Breaking Up Is Hard To Do 47

Marge and her stagestruck best friend Lois arrive at “Esther’s Paradise Resort” in the Catskills on Labor Day Weekend in 1960, on a vacation that was intended to be Marge’s honeymoon — until the groom left her at the altar. Lois attempts to console M... Read More

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Breaking Up is Hard to Do is all about the music of Neil Sedaka. Keep this show simple by using a single drop for the whole production. MUSICAL NOTES, featuring a staff and colorful musical notations, keeps the focus on the music itself. 50S/60S MONTAGE is full of period details that will give your production just the right about of 1960 flair! STARS APPLIQUE, with its bouquet of stylized shooting stars, is full of retro nostalgia and just a hit of romance. If you want to get a little more location-specific, QUINCY MANOR or FAMILY ROOM INTERIOR will capture the flavor of the Catskills resorts in their heyday. Breaking up might be hard to do, but, with TheatreWorld, picking backdrops is easy!

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Breaking Up Is Hard To Do Backdrops

Marge and her stagestruck best friend Lois arrive at “Esther’s Paradise Resort” in the Catskills on Labor Day Weekend in 1960, on a vacation that was intended to be Marge’s honeymoon — until the groom left her at the altar. Lois attempts to console Marge by setting her up with the resort’s handsome, self-obsessed singer DelDelmonaco. But her plans backfire when Del mistakenly assumes that Marge’s father can further his ambitions to become the next teen heartthrob on American Bandstand. Gazing forlornly at Marge from the wings is geekish cabana boy and aspiring songwriter Gabe. When he isn't entertaining the guests with classic, but still comical Borscht Belt shtick, house comic Harvey secretly carries a torch for widowed resort owner Esther, who is more preoccupied trying to keep her resort open. The score showcases 18 Neil Sedaka classics, including “Where the Boys Are”, “Sweet Sixteen”, “Calendar Girl”, “Love Will Keep Us Together”, and of course, the chart-topping title song.