'Baby, It’s You' moves to Pasadena Playhouse

Musical about New Jersey housewife Florence Greenberg

The musical "Baby, It's You," about New Jersey housewife Florence Greenberg, who in the early 1960's discovered The Shirelles and built one of the most successful independent record companies with African-American song-writer Luther Dixon, which had it's world premiere at the Coast Playhouse in West Hollywood is moving to the Pasadena Playhouse.

Written by Colin Escott and Floyd Mutrux and directed by Mutrux, the show contains such songs as "Baby, It's You," "Soldier Boy," "He's So Fine," "Dedicated to the One I Love," "Tonight's the Night" and "Twist and Shout."

At the Pasadena Playhouse, it will be presented by special arrangement with American Pop Anthology and Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures, in association with Universal Music Group. Mutrux, Jonathan Sanger, Jerry Katell and Joan Stein are producing on behalf of American Pop Anthology.

Preview performances begin Nov. 6 with the official press opening on Nov. 13. Performances run through Dec. 13.