Waitress The Musical

The Tony-nominated Broadway phenomenon comes to life. Composer-lyricist Sara Bareilles is Jenna Hunterson, a waitress and expert pie maker stuck in a small town and a loveless marriage.

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Waitress Proshot

Genre: Musical

Running time: 2 hours 24 minutes

The Waitress The Musical proshot is now available to watch online in select countries.

Following its premiere in cinemas last year, the live stage recording is now streaming on major digital platforms in the US and Canada. The movie is also available to pre-order on Blu-Ray and DVD.

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  • Release date: 9 January 2024
  • Running time: 2 hours 24 minutes
  • Country restrictions: Currently available in the US and Canada only

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The Tony-nominated Broadway sensation is vividly brought to the stage. Sara Bareilles, as composer-lyricist, portrays Jenna Hunterson, a skilled pie baker and waitress trapped in a loveless marriage and confined to a small town.

When an opportunity arises through a baking competition, Jenna embarks on a journey to regain a piece of her own identity. “Waitress” is a tribute to the strength of friendship, the pursuit of dreams, the value of the family we create for ourselves, and the charm of a perfectly crafted pie.

Who’s on the Waitress cast?

The full cast of the Waitress musical movie proshot are

  • Sara Bareilles plays Jenna Hunterson
  • Drew Gehling plays Dr. Pomatter
  • Charity Dawson plays Becky
  • Dakin Matthews plays Joe
  • Christopher Fitzgerald plays Ogie
  • Eric Anderson plays Cal
  • Anastacia McCleskey plays Nurse Norma
  • Caitlin Houlahan plays Dawn Pinkett
  • Molly Jobe plays Mother
  • Joe Tippett plays Earl Hunterson
  • Stephanie Torns plays Francine
  • Nora Winer Nora Winer plays Lulu

They are joined by the ensemble made up of Emily Koch, Max Kumangai, Tyrone Davis Jr, Matt Deangelis, Andrew Fitch and Henry Gottfried.

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Authored by Jessie Nelson and directed by Diane Paulus, Waitress had an impressive run of over 1,500 shows on Broadway from 2016 to 2020. During this time, it received four Tony Award nominations. The show made a brief comeback from September 2021 to January 2022, during which the filming occurred.

In February 2019, a West End version of the production debuted, featuring Katharine McPhee.

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