St. Petersburg’s freeFall Theatre's drive-in concert series returns with 'Scott and Patti: Get a Real Job!'

Performances run from January 22 – February 14, 2021.

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click to enlarge 'Scott and Patti: Get a Real Job!' is written by and stars Matthew McGee(R) and Scott Daniel(L). - ALLISON LYNN PHOTOGRAPHY
'Scott and Patti: Get a Real Job!' is written by and stars Matthew McGee(R) and Scott Daniel(L).

Support local theater without leaving your car with the return of freeFall Theater's drive-in concert series. Beginning Fri., Jan. 22, "Scott and Patti: Get a Real Job!" is making a comeback, equally as fabulous but this time, socially distanced. 

If you're unfamiliar with the colorful hit, "Scott and Patti: Get a Real Job!" is written by and stars local performers Matthew McGee and Scott Daniel. The duo even snagged the title of Best Local Cabaret Act at CL's Best of the Bay Awards in 2014. This go-round, the series running from Jan.22-Feb.14, is musically directed by Michael Raabe and directed by freeFall Artistic Director Eric Davis.

The production is taking place on an outdoor stage, and guests can tune in to the show through their vehicle's FM radio. Just a heads up, freeFall has discontinued the use of AudioFetch app. Attendees can also expect live musical performances, multimedia elements as well as special guests via satellite. 

There are $99 "premium" admissions that will park in one of the five central spots in each of the two rows of parking available. When it comes to the $75 admission (good for one vehicle with up to four occupants), the released added that, “To ensure the best possible experience for all patrons, vehicles will be parked in the best available spot in the chosen section, based on the size of vehicle, on a first come, first served basis.”

COVID-19 safety precautions will be in place, and theatergoers are asked to wear an effective face covering if they choose to leave your vehicle for any reason while parked at freeFall.

freeFall Theatre is located at 6099 Central Ave. in St. Petersburg. Cop your tickets at or by calling 727-498-5205. In-person box office services are temporarily unavailable.

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