Venue Details

37 Star Starred
Lyric Stage Company of Boston
Between Trinity Pl and Stuart St 140 Clarendon Street Boston, MA 02116
617-585-5678
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The Lyric Stage is a short walk from the Copley T station, and parking is $7 in the evenings with validation at a nearby garage
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60 events
25 reviews
28 stars
attended May 24 2013

Fun evening. Actors were great. Wonderful venue. Not a bad seat in the place. Highly recommend if you are a musical fan.

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25 reviews
0 stars
attended May 25 2013

Had a lot of fun - old style and cheesy, but really fun with good songs, singing, acting, and a lot of dancing. Also some funny moments.

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28 events
18 reviews
11 stars
attended May 25 2013

Absolutely delightful theater experience. Wonderful play, great theater, superb actors. A must-see!

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Website

https://www.lyricstage.com/productions/production.cfm?ID=7

Description

Book & Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green

Music by Leonard Bernstein

Directed by Spiro Veloudos

Music Director, Jonathan Goldberg

Choreography & Musical Staging by Ilyse Robbins

Meet Chip, Ozzie, and Gabey – three American sailors with one day in New York City to see the sights, meet a special someone, and have the time of their lives. The light and humorous score of Leonard Bernstein (Candide, West Side Story) melds perfectly with the sharp and witty book by Betty Comden and Adolph Green (Singin in the Rain, The Will Rogers Follies) to create an uplifting and exuberant musical experience including such memorable songs as “New York, New York” and “I Can Cook, Too.”