Rodgers and Hart's On Your Toes, Presented by REPRISE!
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The last date listed for On Your Toes was Sunday August 19, 2007 / 7:00pm.
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The haves and the have-nots come face-to-face in the Broadway hit Good People. Written by Pulitzer Prize winner David Lindsay-Abaire (Rabbit Hole), this Tony-nominated dramatic comedy finds struggling single mother Margie Walsh laid off from her job at the dollar store and left with the reality that her South Boston neighborhood is providing the same level of opportunity it always has: none. It's the kind of place where, for many people, this month's paycheck covers last month's bills. Facing eviction, Maggie's forced to turn to an old high school flame for help. But he's now a successful physician living in the suburbs ... and Margie is way out of her element. With his signature humorous glow, David Lindsay-Abaire explores the struggles, shifting loyalties and unshakable hope that come with having next to nothing in America. Learn More
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One of Reprise's best with spectacular choreography and a uniformly excellent cast. Stefanie Powers and Dan Butler are fine, but the supporting cast and ensemble of dancers is even better! I remember enjoying the revival on Broadway about 30...continued
A musical that will sweep you off your feet! Phil “Junior” Dolan, son of Vaudeville performers, is no stranger to the stage, but when he becomes wrapped up in a jealous love affair with the Russian ballet’s prima ballerina, this jazz and tap infused musical takes a turn for the hilarious. As a landmark musical, originally directed by George Abbott and choreographed by George Balanchine, On Your Toes is celebrated as the first of its kind to use dance to further the plot and features Rodgers and Hart favorites like “There’s a Small Hotel”, “Glad to Be Unhappy”, “Its Got to Be Love”, and the unforgettable jazz ballet “Slaughter on Tenth Avenue”.