Never Marry A Girl With Cold Feet

Never Marry A Girl With Cold Feet: and other life lessons from Vaudeville by Richard Hopkins, Rebecca Hopkins, and Jim Prosser

“Start every day with a smile and get it over with” - W.C. Fields. At its peak in the 20s over two million people saw vaudeville shows EVERY DAY! Vaudeville was the ORIGINAL American entertainment. Celebrate the greatest musical artists such as Fanny Brice, George M. Cohen, Jerome Kern, and Al Jolson. Featuring irreverent humor and unforgettable melodies like “Alexander’s Ragtime Band,” “Let Me Sing and I'm Happy,” “Give My Regards to Broadway,” and “Nobody.”


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Director   |   Richard Hopkins

Music Director   |   Paul Helm

Choreographer   |   Dewayne Barrett

Costume Designer   |   Susan Angermann

Lighting Designer   |   Kate DeWall

Sound Designer   |   Tony Angelini

Pianist   |   Jim Prosser



Eric Collins*

Gary Marachek*

Richie McCall*

Ali Reed


*Denotes returning FST Company member

"A taste of an era" - Sarasota Herald-Tribune

"Feel good music" - The Observer

"Lively salute to Vaudeville" - Total Theater

"Splendid theatrical experience" - Venice Gondolier Sun

Fanny Brice is one of the most popular names in Vaudeville.Click here to listen to her sing "Second Hand Rose."

When it came to showing off different talents, Vaudeville was key in entertainment. To learn more about the history of this iconic era, click here.

Brush up on your Vaudeville hits by clicking here.