Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart, and John O'Hara's Pal Joey opened on Broadway at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre in 1940 with Gene Kelly in the title role. The Rodgers and Hart score features classic songs like "I Could Write a Book," "Zip," "Pal Joey," "Happy Hunting Horn, "Plant You Now, Dig You Later," "Take Him," and "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered."
Pal Joey on Broadway
In association with Marc Platt, the Roundabout Theatre Company produces this revival of the classic Rodgers and Hart musical Pal Joey.
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Set in Chicago in the 1930s,
Pal Joey is the story of Joey Evans, a brash, scheming song and dance man with dreams of owning his own nightclub. Joey abandons his wholesome girlfriend Linda English to charm a rich, married older woman, Vera Simpson, in the hope that she'll set him up in business.
Joe Mantello (Direction)
Graciela Daniele (Choreography)
Paul Gemignani (Musical Direction)
Don Sebesky (Orchestrations)
Scott Pask (Set Design)
William Ivey Long (Costume Design)
Peggy Eisenhauer and Jules Fisher (Lighting Design)
Tony Meola (Sound Design)
Marc Platt (Associate Producer)
Richard Rodgers (Music)
Lorenz Hart (Lyrics)
John O'Hara (Original Book)
Richard Greenberg (Revised Book)