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“I Love Lucy” was a popular sitcom that ran on the CBS network in the 50s. It is often fleetingly considered as the nation’s favorite television show that ruled popular culture through 1951 till 1957. The cast of the sitcom included Desi Arnaz, Lucille Ball, William Frawley and Vivian Vance. The show was on the airwaves for six seasons before it was cancelled. For four of those six years, it would always secure the highest ratings of any other show on any given network. Even when the original series died out, a modified adaptation was then created, reviving the show for a few more years, from 1957 to 1960. The legacy that this show has left behind has lived on strong to this date as well. People today widely enjoy it as the show that is typical of the 1950s, in its jokes and fashion and style. The sitcom has also been converted into a theatrical production that travels around to all the major cities of the country. If you want a taste of the retro era, get yourself I Love Lucy Onstage tickets.
The stage show is going to present the sitcom like it has never been seen before. The show originally ran when television was only black and white. The Technicolor and the change of medium are perhaps going to be the biggest change that fans of the program will have to adjust to. The live show will even add to the comedy aspect because this time around, the characters will be there in person and would feed off the audience. Anyone who goes to see it live will feel as if an episode of the original show is being played out in front of them. The management team has been very particular in replicating the set design and to make the viewers feels like they are in a television studio for a filming of an episode rather than here to watch a play. Each venue is set up almost identically to the “Desilu Studios” where the original series were shot. The attendees then become part of the arrangement as well, completing the vision the production team has sought. The phenomenal set, the talented actors, the elaborate 1950s costume designs all transport you back in time, making it seem like you are watching the action of the original show from behind the camera. People who have never seen the show before will not be missing out, for the production has not attempted to make many changes from the true set design. They have been successful in replicating Ricardo’s house in New York City, the place where the entire television series was filmed.
I Love Lucy is going to be revived with more than just costumes and set design. Another important aspect of the program that will only add to the time period it is set in is the music. The show is going to be backed by live performers, the “Ricky Ricardo Orchestra”. They would be playing the score for the sitcom all through the two hour live program. Much like television studios in the old times, the audience will see the “Applause” light flashing, a cue for them to react to the many stage on goings. But the show has been written so well and has such profound comedy, that the audience will not be taking their cues from the light at all—they will be laughing all the way through, thoroughly entertained.
The team that put together this theatrical production is especially determined to maintain the 1950s feel no matter what point of the show it is. Even as the cast goes on to interval, the audience will get to view commercials from the 1950s, much like it would have originally happened if you were watching the show from home. The orchestra will be presenting the many jingles from back in the day, teaming up with the “Crystaltone Singers”. In other dates, the intervals will also hold little quizzes on trivial facts about I Love Lucy, which are held especially to involve the audience and keep them engaged. They even hand out prizes to the few who win these games.
The stage show has received raving reviews from most theatre critics. “TV Guide Magazine” has called it more entertaining than Broadway, and “LA Examiner” names it the most exciting production of Los Angeles in the longest time. So get I Love Lucy Onstage tickets and see for yourself what all the hype is about.