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42nd Street
From Friday, January 18, 2013 -  07:00pm
To Saturday, January 19, 2013 - 09:00pm
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As All About Theatre(AAT) proudly celebrates its ten-year anniversary, it is thrilled to present 42nd Street. AAT's talented cast of characters, aged 9-13 will preform the toe tapping, show stopping 42nd Street with full, live orchestration. Based on the 1933 Busby Berkeley movie musical, 42nd Street is the story of a starry-eyed chorus girl with hopes of making it big on Broadway. In the depths of the Great Deperssion, the Great White Way's most brilliant director, Julian Marsh, is preparing his biggest show yet, Pretty Lady. He is faced with one obstacle after another, culminating with aging leading lady Dorothy Brock breaking her ankle as the show is about to open. Thrust into the spotlight is the young Peggy Sawyer, a chorus girl from Allentown, PA. Peggy is young, beautiful and talented but can she overcome her nerves to deliver the performance of a lifetime and save Pretty Lady from its uncertain fate? This big, bold, glitzy musical celebrates the stuff that dreams are made of as well as the dreams of performers everywhere. With a book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble, music by Harry Warren and lyrics by Al Dubin, the memorable score includes: We're in the Money, Shuffle off to Buffalo, Dames, Lullaby of Broadway and of course 42nd Street.

Location : Louden Nelson Theatre
Contact : Lindsey Chester 345-6340
$12 Students/Seniors, $16 General Admission, $20 Reserved Seating

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