Aug 20 - 28 2021
Pump Boys & Dinettes

Pump Boys & Dinettes

Presented by Sunset Players at the Arts Center at Dunham

A musical comedy written by John Foley, Mark Hardwick, Debra Monk, Cass Morgan, John Schimmel and Jim Wann, and produced by special arrangements from Samuel French. Directed by Dion Frimming, the Pump Boys sell high octane on Highway 57 in Grand Ole Opry country, and the Dinettes run the Double Cupp diner next door. With gallons of hilarity and slices of heartbreak, they perform an evening of country and western songs on guitars, piano, bass and even kitchen utensils.  This production promises a brief, yet overdue, vacation from the challenges encountered since its premature pandemic related closing in March 2020.

As a prelude to their 41st season at the historic Dunham Arts Building, Sunset Players have reunited the cast from their 2001 and 2020 award winning productions for this heart-warming musical production. Come take a seat at the Double Cupp for an evening that’s sure to pluck your heart strings, tickle your funny none, and get your toes tappin’ to the catchy tunes and charm of this engaging musical.

Admission Info

General Admission Tickets are $20 and $18 for students, seniors or groups of 10 or more.

BOGO of equal or lesser value free with valid ArtsWave Pass membership on opening weekend for all performances.  Unfortunately, our online ticketing system cannot handle ArtsWave Pass BOGO Purchases.  Call our reservation number, 513-588-4988, to reserve your seats for the performance you want to attend.  Be sure to state that you are an ArtsWave Pass member and that you will be presenting your membership card at the Box Office with your payment.

PARKING IS FREE!

Phone: 513-588-4988

Email: sunset_players@yahoo.com

Dates & Times

2021/08/20 - 2021/08/28

Location Info

the Arts Center at Dunham

1945 Dunham Way, Cincinnati

Parking Info

FREE PARKING!

Accessibility Info

This historic venue is not wheelchair accessible.
Attendees must be able to navigate 2 short flights of stairs, both with handrails. There are 3-4 steps from the outside to the Box Office/Lower Lobby and another 6 from that level to the theater level. Patrons with difficulty walking longer distances, or on uneven surfaces, can be dropped off by the walkway to the front entrance of the facility.