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Sing Street Summary

  • Show Status: Opening Soon
  • Genre: Musical
  • Sing Street is 2 Hours and 20 minutes long, including an intermission of 15 Minutes
  • 8 Shows per week
  • Previews Begin: September 6, 2020
  • Show Opens: October 4, 2020
  • Show Closes: February 8, 2021

A 1980’s Commitments-style coming-of-age musical set in Dublin, Ireland from the creator of the Broadway smash-hit Once.

Sing Street on Broadway Background

Sing Street premiered off-Broadway on November 25th, 2019 at the New York Theatre Workshop in NYC's East Village to positive reviews. Sing Street is based on indie screenwriter John Carney’s 2016 film of the same name. The film starred a cast of young Hollywood amateurs and received much critical acclaim, with many recognized critics calling their performances "charming and endearing". The film version of Sing Street received a Golden Globe Award nomination for ‘Best Motion Picture’ for ‘Best Musical or Comedy Film’. Sing Street is Carney’s second film adapted for the Broadway stage, with his 2007 film Once gracing the Great White Way in 2012. That show won a whopping eight Tony Awards, which included the award for ‘Best Musical’. The Broadway version of Sing Street uses many of the 2016 film’s most beloved songs, including the chart hit "Drive It Like You Stole It". John Carney often uses talented musicians to play the characters in his projects, which often leads to inspired musical performances, but less-than-stellar acting performances on both the screen and the stage.

What’s Sing Street Like?

Sing Street follows sixteen year-old Conor in 1982 during the Great Recession in Dublin, Ireland, when money, food, and lodging was scarce for poverty-stricken Dubliners. After being forced by his parents to transfer out of private school due to their impending family bankruptcy, Conor decides to start a Rock band with his friends at the new local public school. Conor is motivated to impress his new mysterious and beautiful classmate Raphina and finds himself at odds with his family and their religious beliefs as he falls more deeply for Raphina. He must navigate his confusing first love and the tumultuous ups and downs of his adolescence in this charming tale about the power of music and connection. In this show, the actors play their own instruments on stage, highlighting the energy and excitement of producing live music which Carney is famously known to capture in his film and stage productions.

Is Sing Street Good for Kids?

This show includes references to violence and alcohol use and may not be appropriate for children under 12 years old.

Theatre Information

Lyceum Theatre

149 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10019
Seats: 943
Entrance: 45th Street between 6th and 7th avenue
Theatre Information

Lyceum Theatre Seating Chart

Cast Members

Conor
Brenock O'Connor
Raphina
Zara Devlin
Darren
Max William Bartos
Gary
Brendan C Callahan

Producers

Barbara Broccoli

Creative Team

Book Writer
Enda Walsh
Music
John Carney
Music
Gary Clark
Lyrics
John Carney
Lyrics
Gary Clark
Director
Rebecca Taichman
Choreographer
Sonya Tayeh
Settings
Bob Crowley
Costumes
Bob Crowley
Lighting
Christopher Akerlind
Musical Supervision
Martin Lowe
Orchestrations
Martin Lowe