42nd Street: Lively Broadway Musical at The Wick Theatre
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The last date listed for 42nd Street was Saturday February 8, 2014 / 2:00pm.
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Take a trip back in time to the golden age of jazz, when hot spots like the Cotton Club featured the best acts from Harlem and swing music was just starting to infuse the country with renewed energy. The Tony Award-winning Ain't Misbehavin' is a song-filled celebration of the timeless music of Thomas "Fats" Waller, who penned more than 400 songs during his career -- including "I Can't Give You Anything but Love," "Squeeze Me" and the show's title song. The talented and energetic cast brings down the house with Waller's rowdy, raunchy and humorous songs that capture the mood of the 1930s and reflect the composer's view of life as a journey meant for pleasure and play. Learn More
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Featured review from Art Schmall
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42nd Street was a wonderful play with lots of dancing and memorable songs. The cast was very talented, both as dancers and singers. The setting, in the NYC theater district, was perfect, as was the story of a new wannabe dancer being offered the starring roll of a new production when the snobbish leading lady broke her ankle. The story, the singing and the dancing combined to make a very delightful show.
The Wick Theater is also a big part of what makes this a great experience. I have been here when this was the Caldwell Theater, and the complete restoration that the Wick sisters have done makes this what I consider a first class venue.
I am not at all happy with the valet parking though. I arrived early for the matinee and self parked. When the show was over, the line of people having to wait for their cars would have been a major turn off, if I did not have my keys in my own pocket. As a rule, I will not patronize restaurants or other venues that have valet parking, which I consider to be a false attempt to look "high class".