Crew & Production
Fa-La-La-Layover features rousing, high-kicking dance numbers, heartfelt romance and soaring songs and is suitable to entertain the entire family.
The holidays are a time for friends and family to gather near. And while you have all those people around, why not see a show together? This modern-day holiday musical is sure to make everyone embrace the holiday spirit. After all, the best way to spread Christmas Cheer is being together and having friends near.
Plans for a festive holiday cruise on Christmas Day turns perilous for 8 passengers when their flights are cancelled due to a snowstorm. Will they make it in time to board the ship (hint: yes, they will!)? Will MK forgive her Dad for his terrible surprise? Will Marshall ever find love? And will Norm finally get his vacation? Hop aboard for a fun-filled festive musical about the wonders of sharing and friendship, full of love, Christmas cheer, rip-roaring fun and hugely lovable characters that will become a new tradition for families to cherish. This hilarious holiday journey through a misadventure-filled Christmas Eve is guaranteed to bring joy to your world!
The word damn is used.
A few songs contain sexual innuendo. During the song “We Gotta Make It Through The Winter,” the brothers sing about their affection and attraction to their brides.
DRUGS AND ALCOHOL
Alcohol is mentioned twice and chewing tobacco is referenced one time.
A lumberman gives Milly a hard time, and Adam fights him.
Several scenes contain physical skirmishes between the suitors and the Pontipee brothers, one of which involves guns
The show presents antiquated notions of marriage, given the fact that Adam is looking for a wife to take care of the chores his brothers don’t want to do. He believes he knows what a woman’s place is and how to keep her there. However, Milly shows him she’s her own boss.
The song “Sobbin’ Women” has sexist tones about how the Romans carried off women when they needed them for domestic purposes in their new territories.
The brothers’ misguided attempt to woo townswomen culminates with the carrying off of their brides in a silly, tongue-in-cheek manner. Ultimately, the brothers must earn back the respect of the women and atone for their actions.
Always have a pen or a pencil...or Stage Management will not be happy.
Be prepared to be made fun of for not having writing utensils.