How exciting could pajamas be? If a night out to watch a production about workers slaving away sewing up silk, satin and flannelette PJs for a money-hungry boss doesn’t sound appealing, think again. The Pajama Game offers plenty of sass, sizzle and raunchy numbers to make the heart race.
The Pajama Game is a 1950s play that has had huge success on Broadway and was also produced as a film starring Doris Day. The story centers on the conflict between the factory workers at the Sleep Tite pajama factory who have been hopeful for a 7 ½ cent pay rise, and the head of management who is reluctant to increase wages for fear of decreased profits. Love is thrown in the mix between the head union representative, Babe, and the newly appointed factory superintendent, Sid. A battle of egos ensues between Babe’s loyalty to the factory workers and Sid’s determination to keep his job, a big step up from his previous job. The fight gets dirty, extreme measures are taken and a budding love affair turns sour. Click the link below to read the full review: