The Pajama Game unfolds in the Sleep-Tite Pajama Factory, where labor disputes and love affairs take center stage. The story revolves around Babe Williams, a union representative, and Sid Sorokin, the new factory superintendent. As tension rises between management and workers over a 7.5-cent pay raise, romantic sparks fly between Babe and Sid. The Pajama Game explores themes of love, labor, and the struggle for fair treatment in the workplace.
Musical Type: Golden Age (1954)
Cast Size: 15+
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Setting: 1950s / USA (Iowa)
Music/Lyrics: Richard Adler, Jerry Ross
Book: George Abbott, Richard Bissell
Audition Songs: Theatre Trip
Licensing: Music Theatre International➝
Sheet Music: Amazon➝
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