Monday, April 30, 2018, at 7:30 P.M.


CowboyThe Carlsbad Playreaders are thrilled to announce the lively, honky-tonk musical Savin’ Up for Saturday Night. Savin’ Up for Saturday Night was created by Jeff Goode and Richard Levinson. Richard Levinson will direct the musical, which will feature a number of prominent Southern California musical theatre actors and musicians. Come join the fun as the Carlsbad Playreaders’ musical gets your toes a-tapping and your face a-grinning! Savin’ Up for Saturday Night takes place in a one honky-tonk town where the bartender and the country-music bandleader fall for the same dance hall gal. The songs are energetic foot-stomping showstoppers and the laughs just keep on coming!

“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

“Be Prepared to Laugh…Savin’ Up for a Saturday Night is a HOOT and a HALF!”  – ADIRONDACK FAMILY TIME

Produced by special arrangement with Dramatist Play Service, Inc.

For up-to-date information about our season, casting, and auditions visit us on Facebook at: Casting of Carlsbad Playreaders productions usually is done at the discretion of the director.  Occasionally the director will hold limited, by-invitation-only auditions.  Rarely does Playreaders hold open auditions for any one particular production.  Information regarding future auditions will be posted on this website and our Facebook page. All Carlsbad Playreaders events are held in the Schulman Auditorium at the Carlsbad City Library: 1775 Dove Lane, Carlsbad, CA 92011 From Interstate 5, exit La Costa Avenue, going east for approximately 1 mile. Turn left on El Camino Real and travel north for approximately 1.5 miles. At the light after the light at Alga/Aviara, turn left onto Dove Lane and into the library parking lot. Schulman Auditorium is on the left at the entrance of the library. There is no set charge for attendance at Carlsbad Playreaders performances. Suggested Donation: $5 General Admission $1 Students No reservations necessary