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Something For The Buoys 
A Musical Comedy

 Time: Spring of 1934

Setting: On board a naval ship/various locations within New York City

Genre: Musical Comedy—Parody

Breakdown: 5M/3F

Length: One Act (80 Minutes)

A starry-eyed sailor named Jimmy sneaks ashore with his best pal Larry, desperately determined to find a girl and fall in love before his cranky, Alka-Seltzer-addicted captain catches him!

Reviews:

Louis Train, Broadway World Toronto:

  • “The show is equal measures charming and raunchy, with a good deal of humour and an excellent—actually, surprisingly, really good—score.”

  • I don't know if 'Something For The Buoys' is destined for the Royal Alex or the Ed Mirvish Theatre, but I know that it's funny and stylish enough to deserve a longer run in a larger space.”  

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