Character Descriptions

The Pajama Game

Sunday, March 3, 2019 at 7:30pm
Monday, March 4, 2019 at 7:30pm

Callbacks: Tuesday, March 5, 2019 at 8:00pm

Directed by Steve Isaacson
Choreographed by Kyle Jackson
Musical direction by Jia-Min Rosendale

Opens Friday, April 26, 2019

All Roles Open

Role Description
Sid Sorokin (Legit Baritone) Handsome superintendent. New superintendent at Sleep Tite. He is a charming, productive worker. Adamant about retaining his job and improving his job performance. Must sing and act very well.
Babe Williams (Legit Mezzo) Feisty union head. The leader of the Union Grievance Committee, who against her own will at first, falls in love with Sid. Strong, feisty, a little stubborn, and full of pride for the union but also charming and sensitive. The unspoken leader of the workers and women who work at the factory. Broadway belt.
Hines (Baritone, comic role). Time study man at Sleep Tite. Funny, and he is the jealous type, but has a kind heart and a talent in knife-throwing. Surprisingly soft around the edges.
Gladys (Character Alto, dance) Mr. Hasler's secretary. Her penchant for nights out on the town, along with her sexy demeanor, often lands her in hot water with men. Gladys is an exceptional dancer.Quick-witted bookkeeper. A heavy dance role.
Prez (Character Tenor) President of the union at Sleep Tite. He is not the brightest person. A notorious flirt and womanizer who constantly regrets his marriage.
Mr. Hasler (non-singing) The president at Sleep Tite. Fiscally conservative, he is demanding, stubborn, and uptight. He is keeping a secret from the entire company, except Gladys knows!
Mabel (Alto) Sid's secretary. Her earnestness can occasionally melt into crassness, but she is always very aware of the happenings at Sleep Tite. Soft shoe dancer.
Mae, Brenda, Poopsie, Charlie, Joe Workers
Pop (Non-singing) Babe's agreeable father
Ensemble Chorus of dancers and singers

Plot Synopsis

Conditions at the Sleep-Tite Pajama Factory are anything but peaceful as sparks fly between new superintendent, Sid Sorokin, and Babe Williams, leader of the union grievance committee. Their stormy relationship comes to a head when the workers strike for a 7 ½ cent pay increase, setting off not only a conflict between management and labor, but a battle of the sexes as well.

Featuring plenty of fun and splashy production numbers, including a comic "dream ballet," The Pajama Game is filled with standout featured roles and a large ensemble. This perennial favorite is a surefire crowd-pleaser and a glowing example of solid, classic musical comedy.