Warren Byrd & Saskia Laroo, guest of Dexter Pettaway 6tet

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Five Guys Named Moe @ Playhouse On Park, 244 Park Road, West Hartford, CT 06119

January 26 - February 27, 2022

FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE

Book by Clarke Peters Music and Lyrics by Louis Jordan

Directed and Choreographed by Brittney Griffin Associate Choreographer Darius Barnes Music Direction by Dexter Pettaway His woman left him, he’s broke, and it’s almost five a.m. But don’t worry about our hero. All he needs is the right music—and the right guys—to get him through. Enter five guys named Moe, stepping out through his radio to cajole, comfort and jazz him with dozens of whimsical hit songs from the extraordinary Louis Jordan. FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE is an international sensation. Initially produced in London's West End by the legendary Cameron Mackintosh, this exhilarating, all-embracing theatrical experience moved to Broadway in 1992 and was nominated for two Tony Awards.

“[The show is driven by] fast pacing and high stakes. What matters most here is that the material is respected, the audience is nurtured, [and] warmth comes in great waves.” Chicgaco Tribune

"There ain't no party like a Five Guys party", the Moes sing at one point, and it's absolutely true. A night of total fun.” What's On Stage

COVID-19 Policy: All patrons must be fully vaccinated. Vaccination card, government issued ID, and masks are required for all patrons.

"Expression of these shades is how humanity soars into fresh visions of joy, peace and wholeness, as well as sweat, tears, and suffering--all in the the process of existence. Let us ring out and share with music, sounds, tales, movements and dances, vistas and visuals, and a conglomerates of these that we may attune with our collective core."

"Expression of these shades is how humanity soars into fresh visions of joy, peace and wholeness, as well as sweat, tears, and suffering--all in the the process of existence. Let us ring out and share with music, sounds, tales, movements and dances, vistas and visuals, and a conglomerates of these that we may attune with our collective core."