Set in a vintage record shop, the musical comedy follows struggling store-owner Harrison and his volunteer employee Rodeo Girl, when a customer with unusual powers makes them an offer they can hardly refuse. It's a show for those who romanticize about the days when one's album collection was a prized possession, and when relationships developed without digital distraction.
The production stars Sarah Stiles as Rodeo Girl (B'way: Avenue Q and Spelling Bee,) Preston Sadleir as Harrison (upcoming B'way production of Titanic,) and Beth Glover as the mysterious stranger (an award-winning regional and Off-Broadway actress and comedienne.) The performers are backed up by a full orchestra of New York-based musicians.
Analog and Vinyl runs June 26 through July 12 at the Weston Playhouse, on the Village Green (12 Park Street, Weston. ) Show times are Tuesdays-Saturdays at 7:30 p.m., Wednesdays and Saturdays at 2 p.m, and Sundays at 3 p.m. The show runs 80 minutes with no intermission. Pre-show dinner is available at the Playhouse in the room with the view - the Cafe at the Falls. Post-show antics are well-worth the price of admission at the post-show cab aret, Yankee Magazine's 2014 Editor's Choice for "Best Place for a Nightcap." Tickets to Analog and Vinyl start at just $25 and can be purchased by calling 802-824-5288 or at westonplayhouse.org.