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42nd Street

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Steven Schnepp
David Freeland

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Kent McIngvale
Jenny Bates

This 42ND STREET is like no other version you’ve ever seen!! This revolutionary revival takes the classic musical about wide-eyed Peggy Sawyer from Allentown, PA and her dreams of being on Broadway and brilliantly re-imagines it for a 21st century audience. With hit songs like “We’re in the Money,” “About A Quarter To Nine,” You’re Getting to Be a Habit With Me” and “Lullaby of Broadway,” this is a 42ND STREET that is a reflection of the 42nd Street of today with a racially diverse cast, funk-jazz orchestrations, and tap dancing that rivals the greatest tap masters of our time. Theater critic Chris Jones of the Chicago Tribune called it “A production for the ages.”

This new production is directed by Michael Heitzman with choreography by Jared Grimes. Following a smash success at Chicago’s Drury Lane Theatre, this production will play the Ordway Center in Minneapolis in July/August of 2019.


“**** – FOUR STARS! A production for the ages – absolutely not to be missed.”
“Think you’ve seen ‘42nd Street’ before? Not with jazz-funk orchestrations and a rock drum set and a truly diverse cast, you haven’t.”
– Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune

“HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! Downright revolutionary, with one dazzling number after another.”
“Thundering, dazzling ’42nd Street’ taps into 21st century vibe”
“Brilliantly moves the show into the 21st century in what is an uncannily savvy retrofitting of a period piece”
“I’d call it a clarion wake-up call for Times Square.”
– Hedy Weiss, Chicago Sun-Times

“***** – FIVE STARS! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! Amazing group of dancers with dynamic voices.”
“The Act One Finale…is an award-winning production on its own. Worth buying a ticket just to see this number, BUT why not see it all.”
– Around The Town Chicago

“Bold and Wildly Inventive”
– Huffington Post

“With amazing, jaw-dropping choreography, the creators have infused the story with 21st century life.”
– Northwest Herald

“With the opening notes of ‘42nd Street,’ it’s clear that the…production is not, as they say, your mother’s ‘42nd Street.’”
“From the start, this “42nd Street” doesn’t look anything like previous incarnations of the show”
“Effervescent and wildly entertaining, this ‘42nd Street’ is a place well worth visiting.”
– Catey Sullivan, Perform.Ink

“‘42nd Street’ – A glorious tap dancing feat”
“If you’re looking for a festive family outing…, ‘42nd Street’ delivers the goods along with lots of glitz.”
– Pamela Dittmer McKuen, Chicago Theater and Arts

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