9 to 5
Dolly Parton’s stage version of the liberating movie comedy is given a sleek stage design by Robert A. Kovach, featuring a substantial looking office environment which morphs fluidly and amusingly into a wide variety of locations, often through the use of clever 1980s-era projections.
Designed by Robert A. Kovach, this scenery package includes all set pieces to depict the various offices of a large business firm in 1979. This includes a free-standing revolving door, file cabinets, rolling desks with attached chairs, an oversized copier machine, windows with functional Venetian blinds, coffee area, corridor with elevator door, ladies room, and Franklin Hart’s office, including sofa, desk and chair, and rolling library ladder.
Movement: Rolling units / hard flying pieces
Offstage space: Minimal
Number of Trucks: *2- 53’ air-rides
# Line sets used: 25 one married pipe
Load-in crew: 12-carps / 4-elecs / 2- props
Load-in time: 12+ hours
Show crew: 4-carps / 4-elecs / 2-props
Fly crew: 2
*See Space requirements for Logistic Requirements
Costumes by Shannon Smith-Regnier reflect the working attire of a large corporation in 1979, reflective of the characters’ different personalities and status in the workforce. The costumes include a variety of whimsical creations for the dream sequences: Judy’s film noir fantasy, Doralee’s rodeo fantasy, and Violet’s “animated princess” fantasy. For Violet’s Act Two fantasy “One of the Boys,” her costume includes business attire that breaks away into a white sequined pants-suit with red vest, and there are ten matching men’s suits for Violet’s backup boys.
Supported cast: 12-principals / 13- male ens. / 15- female ens.
Shipping: 3- rolling wooden gondolas
Alterations: No seam allowances
Principal size range: Inventory available upon request
# Ensemble Bottoms: Type specific to characters
# Ensemble Tops: Type specific to characters