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America's beloved foursome from the hit television series of the fifties, I Love Lucy, is heading for the stage this year for a production you will not forget for a long time to come yet. CBS' black and white sitcom is being adapted to run in theaters where Thea Brooks (Lucy), Lori Hammel (Ethel), Kevin Remington (Fred) and Euriamis Losada (Ricky) will take you back in time.
Apart from the four leading actors, I Love Lucy will also feature Sara Jayne Blackmore, Sarah Elizabeth Combs, Gregory Franklin, Jody Madaras, Carlos Martin, Denise Moses, Cindy Sciacca, Kami Seymour, Richard Strimer and Mark Christopher Tracy. With a talented creative cast that consists of multi-award winning director Rick Sparks, Kim Flagg, music director Andy Belling and conductor Peitor Angell, I Love Lucy is a must-see event.
The story dates back to the year 1952, to the time when the filming of I Love Lucy is about to start. Fans will feel as if they are right there and then, when the television sitcom was actually being recorded. Watch Lucy's side-splitting antics in the oh-so familiar New York apartment of Ricardo. Audiences will also get to sway to the hums of the popular 'Ricky Ricardo Orchestra' as the live stage is transformed into a Tropicana Nightclub.
If all this doesn't excite you, you will also get to watch the entire behind-the-scenes filming of I Love Lucy, using the same hi-fidelity technology that was used all the way back in the fifties. The hilarious musical will also feature 'The Crystaltone Singers' who will be singing jingles of the show's sponsors in fifties style harmony.
I Love Lucy, the original television sitcom ran from 1951 to 1957 for a total of 6 seasons and 181 episodes. It consisted of actors Vivian Vance, Lucille Ball, William Frawley and Desi Arnaz. For four out of six seasons, I Love Lucy was the most watched television sitcom in the US. It won 21 Emmy Awards between 1951 and 1958, including the gongs for the 'Best Comedy Show,' the 'Best Situation Comedy' and the 'Best Written Comedy Material.'
Further honors include the show being the first television sitcom to be inducted into the prestigious Television Hall of Fame. It was also ranked 3rd by the TV Guide in its list of 'Greatest Shows of All Time.' Fans now have the opportunity to watch this successful series come back to life as I Love Lucy makes its way to the stage. Watch your favorite characters come back to life in a brand new, exhilarating production and take a trip down memory lane with this all time classic.
Its latest theatrical run has earned I Love Lucy massively positive reviews from critics all over America. This includes The Huffington Post, the Chicago Tribune, the Daily Pilot, Broadway World, TV Guide and Stage Scene LA. From being called 'wildly entertaining to spot-on' and 'out of body experience for fans of I Love Lucy' all the way to being dubbed 'the most entertaining production on stage,' I Love Lucy is on a roll.
Winner of two LA Weekly Theatre Awards, two Ticketholder Awards, eight Broadway World Los Angeles Awards and a Broadway World Chicago Award 2012, this is one show that has captured the imagination of everyone.
I Love Lucy is now expected to visit different parts of North America as this timeless classic goes under the spotlight once again. It promises to be a wonderful theatrical experience for fans of performing arts. Do not miss out on the chance to watch this recreation of one of America's most watched television sitcoms of the fifties, live as it rolls into town.