Lovin’ ain’t easy in this one-honky-tonk town, so when the bartender and the bandleader fall for the same dance hall girl, you’re in for an evening of showstoppers and toe-tappers, cat fights, and love quadrangles that’ll keep any joint jumpin’ till way past last call. And if you think you got the gumption, you’re welcome to get up and dance along.
“GO!” (Pick of the Week) - L.A. Weekly
“This musical will take you completely by surprise, exuberant and fresh...bright, original...authentic and romantic and loads of fun! Grinnin’ from ear to ear the whole time!” - The Santa Monica Daily Press
“More than delivers on its promise of a good time...don’t miss the fun!” - Broadway World
“Unpretentious, country-fried fun! The songs are rousin....energetic foot-stompin’ dance numbers...a nifty you-are-there feel, simulating a seedy dive in an unspecified rural town...whimsical, s*** -kickin’ romp!” - Frontiers
“Rough-and-tumble charm...music is all country, all the time... emotionally dynamic ballads, such as “She Wanted to Be A Singer” and “When We Dance,” as well as the light and tender “Let’s Do Something Cheap and Superficial.” - Backstage Magazine
Savin' Up for Saturday Night opened at the Sacred Fools Theater in Los Angeles, California on September 18, 2009. It was directed by Jeremy Aldridge.