HAMILTON – An award-winning musical comedy revue about the workplace, from a creator of the hit smash “Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding,” The Water Coolers illustrate the highs and lows of the workplace with wit, charm and insight in a Broadway-caliber production.
The Palace Theater, Hamilton, will present in its 2009-2010 season a quirky comedy revue by a troupe that highlights what we talk about at work. The one-night performance Saturday, No. 21, The Water Coolers ( www.seethewatercoolers.com) will offer Central New York their unique blend of comedy, original songs and song parodies based on the foibles and experiences everyone talks about around the water cooler at work… or just wish they could.
Conceived by one of the creators of the long-running New York hit “Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding,” The Water Coolers celebrate – and skewer – work, life, and balancing the two. From pretending you understand what the IT guy is saying (”The IT Cowboy”) to fending off aggressive salesparents (”Who Will Buy This Crap For My Kid’s School”) to the inflated inner dialogue of the cute guy in the office (“Male Office Hottie”) The Water Coolers reveal the underpinnings of workplace life in hilarious and insightful songs and sketches performed by Broadway veterans.