ST. PETERSBURG — freeFall’s drive-in concert series will return with “Scott and Patti: Get a Real Job!”
The production will be presented Jan. 22 through Feb. 14 on an outdoor stage at freeFall Theatre, 6099 Central Ave., St. Petersburg. Tickets for the drive-in series can be purchased online at freefalltheatre.com or by calling 727-498-5205. In-person box office services are temporarily unavailable.
Tampa Bay‘s favorite — and only — mother-and-son nightclub act perform an all new, socially distanced extravaganza with live band and special guests via satellite. This irreverent and topical look at what it takes to make a buck in this day and age — from the creative minds that brought you the smash hits “War of the Worlds” and “A Christmas Carol in Concert” — will have your sides splitting and your toes tapping. Head over to freeFall and take a hilarious trip with Scott and Patti from the safety of the inside of your car.
“Scott and Patti: Get a Real Job!” is written by and stars Matthew McGee and Scott Daniel. Based on characters created by McGee and Daniel, “The Scott and Patti Show” has been a popular fixture in Tampa Bay and beyond. Creative Loafing Tampa named “The Scott & Patti Show” its Best Local Cabaret Act in 2014. This all-new show is musically directed by Michael Raabe and directed by Eric Davis, freeFall artistic director.
This production is staged on an outdoor stage with audiences experiencing the performance drive-in style from their vehicles. Combining live musical performance, audio storytelling, and multimedia elements, the audio for this performance will be broadcast to your vehicle via its FM radio.
Admission is by vehicle with up to four occupants and is general admission within two sections. To ensure the best possible experience for all patrons, vehicles will be parked in the best available spot in the chosen section, based on the size of vehicle, in the order of ticket purchase. freeFall Theatre is committed to the safety of patrons and artists. The theater has undertaken heightened cleaning procedures and policies to prevent the spread of COVID-19. All patrons are expected to comply with posted policies, including the wearing of an effective face covering if you choose to leave your vehicle for any reason.