Nice Work If You Can Get It Broadway Show
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The unforgettable songs of George and Ira Gershwin take centerstage in this new musical starring Matthew Broderick (The Producers, The Odd Couple) and directed by Kathleen Marshall (Anything Goes, The Pajama Game).
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Nice Work If You Can Get It is currently playing at the following Broadway Theatre:
A rich playboy finds himself mixed up with a comical group of bootleggers in this wacky romantic comedy set in the 1920s.
Stanley Wayne Mathis
Jennifer Laura Thompson
Michael X. Martin
Kristen Beth Williams
Kathleen Marshall (Direction and Choreography)
Derek McLane (Scenic Design)
Martin Pakledinaz (Costume Design)
Peter Kaczorowski (Lighting Design)
Brian Ronan (Sound Design)
David Chase (Music Supervision)
Tom Murray (Musical Direction)
Roger Berlind (Producer)
Sonia Friedman (Producer)
Roy Furman (Producer)
Scott Landis (Producer)
Joe DiPietro (Bookwriter)
George Gershwin (Music)
Ira Gershwin (Lyrics)
Summary Matthew Broderick stars in this new musical about a playboy who gets mixed up with a trio of bootleggers; the songs of George and Ira Gershwin make up the tuneful score.
Age Family show. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Our Recommendation While it is certainly not high art, Nice Work If You Can Get It does provide a truly giddy evening in the theater. Wacky characters, farcical shenanigans, and timeless Gershwin tunes combine to create a raucous, silly crowdpleaser. Kathleen Marshall directs with ingenuity and genuine showmanship, and Joe DiPietro provides the sometimes witty, often goofy book that manages to make this period piece feel contemporary. The cast is excellent across the board, with extra credit going to Judy Kaye as a prohibition activist, Chris Sullivan as a dumb bootlegger in love, and star Matthew Broderick. Broderick plays his wealthy playboy character as though the fellow always has his head in the clouds, or is always just a little bit drunk - either way, it's a hilarious performance.