Smokey Joe’s Cafe

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April 1 – May 1, 2016
Words and Music by Jerry Leiber
and Mike Stoller

Directed and Choreographed
by Matthew D. Peters

Presented By
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The longest running musical revue in Broadway history, Smokey Joe’s Cafe is a song and dance revue showcasing 39 pop standards, including Love Potion #9, On Broadway, I’m a Woman, Yakety Yak, and more rock and roll, rhythm and blues songs written by songwriters Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller.

Duration of Smokey Joe’s Café:
Act 1: 50 minutes
Intermission: 15 minutes
Act 2: 52 minutes
Total: 1 hour 57 minutes


Sneak peek of the show by Luck eProductions, LLC


Reviews & Articles

Where There's Smoke...

“The cast is full of the names of the brightest and best of Colorado vocalists.” — David Marlowe, Marlowe’s Musings

“When you get right down to it, every song in the revue was given a powerful treatment by everyone in the cast.” — Beki Pineda, GetBoulder.com

“When vivacious Anna High belts out Saved at Littleton’s Town Hall Arts Center, it is everything a black gospel number should be on the secular stage—both reverent and irreverent, with the sin of Saturday night meeting the histrionic penitence of Sunday morning. Besides High, the standout vocalist is Alejandro Roldan, whose street-corner lead on Youngblood is far more than stoop worthy. Likewise is Jacob Villareal’s Spanish Harlem.” — Peter Jones, The Villager

“We noticed that many in the audience were dancing out as the band kept playing and almost all wore a happy smile. If you’re seeking a theater experience with deep, dark messages, look elsewhere — but for a pleasing, carefree evening, visit Smokey Joe’s Café.” — Sonya Ellingboe, Littleton Independent


The Cast


The Band


The Crew

Director/Choreographer – Matthew D. Peters
Music Director – Donna Debreceni
Scenic Designer – Tim Barbiaux
Lighting Designer – Seth Alison
Costume Designer – Linda Morken
Sound Designer – Curt Behm
Technical Director – Mike Haas
Stage Manager – Ashley Thomasen
Run Crew – Kevin Chung
Sound Operator – Meagan Holdeman