NEYT sets the wayback machine to the 1970s for ‘Brady Bunch’ revival

BRATTLEBORO — Director Jane Baker calls it throwback theater, but whatever you call it, New England Youth Theatre's “A Very Brady 70's Show” recalls the classic sitcom created by Sherwood Schwartz that originally aired from Sept. 26, 1969 to March 8, 1974 on ABC.

The series, which has been on the air in syndication and through the love of its fans since it premiered - and having spawned a franchise of spinoffs, books, movies, songs, and lunchboxes - revolves around a large blended family of six children (the youngest one in curls), wise parents Mike and Carol Brady, and harried housekeeper Alice.

At each performance NEYT will bring to life three different Brady originals on its stage. These episodes, true to the original scripts, will showcase the ultimate in parenting skills and model child behavior.

The show features a trivia contest that will net you only the grooviest prizes, and a theater experience which will remind you why we don't play ball in the house.

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