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42nd Street on Broadway

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42nd Street on Broadway
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42nd Street Show Summary

Peggy Sawyer arrives to New York City armed with her tap shoes and big dreams in search of Broadway stardom. She manages to catch the eye of legendary Broadway director, Julian Marsh, who gives Peggy a spot in the chorus of his new show Pretty Lady. The show stars a classic Broadway diva, Dorthy Brock, who instantly dislikes Peggy, but when Dorthy gets injured the show might not open unless a new talented lead can be found. Can this be Peggy Sawyer's big break?

42nd Street Show Synopsis:

The adaptation of the 1993 classic film musical, 42nd Street, follows the journey of a young talented girl named Peggy Sawyer as she arrives to New York City from Allentown, Pennsylvania. With stars in her eyes and big dreams Peggy might just land her big break on Broadway.
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Noteworthy Dates For The Show
Show Opened: 05/02/01
Show Closed: 01/02/05
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Broadway Theatre:
42nd Street played at the Ford Center for the Performing Arts from May 02, 2001 to January 02, 2005. The show played for 1,524 performances and 31 previews.

Ford Center for the Performing Arts
213 West 42nd Street
New York NY 10036
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Cast List:
Michael Cumpsty, Christine Ebersole, Kate Levering, Mary Testa, Jonathan Freeman, David Elder, Michael Arnold, Mylinda Hull, Michael McCarty, Richard Muenz, Allen Fitzpatrick, Billy Stritch, Brad Aspel, Becky Berstler, Randy Bobish, Chris Clay, Michael Clowers, Maryam Myika Day and Alexander deJong, Amy Dolan, Isabelle Flachsmann, Jennifer Jones, Dontee Kiehn, Renee Klapmeyer and Renée Feder

Production Credits:
Mark Bramble (Direction)
Douglas W. Schmidt (Scenic Design)
Roger Kirk (Costume Design)
Paul Gallo(Lighting Design)
Peter Fitzgerald (Sound Design)

Other Credits:
Music by: Harry Warren
Lyrics by: Al Bubin
Book by: Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble
Additional Lyrics by: Johnny Mercer and Mort Dixon