And in that respect, The Boy Friend is perfect history. Produced in 1953 by British playwright Sandy Wilson, the play caricatures the flippant charms of the decade. Its set at a School for Young Ladies in Paris, where prim but horny girls are preparing for a dance. Puppy-love and G-rated drama ensues along with tap-dancing and ditties like, Wont You Charleston With Me? and the You-Dont-Want-To-Play-With-Me Blues. It runs till December 23 at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre (1001 East Indiantown Rd., Jupiter). Tickets range from $35 to $48. Call 561-743-2666, or visit www.jupitertheatre.org.
Thursdays-Sundays. Starts: Dec. 13. Continues through Dec. 23, 2007