Neil Berg's 102 Years of Broadway: Relive Memorable Moments from the Biggest Shows
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From a talented cast of young actors (all under the age of 18) comes this timeless musical tale of star-crossed romance. A reimagining of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, this cherished production tells of the ill-fated love affair between Tony and Maria as it plays out amidst the gang rivalry between the Sharks and the Jets. With lively music by Leonard Bernstein and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim (Sweeney Todd), this favorite of the stage features such hit songs as "Something's Coming," "Maria," "America" and "I Feel Pretty." Also adapted into an Academy Award-winning feature film, West Side Story remains an unforgettable theatrical experience. Learn More
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Featured review from exkidder
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Frankly, I expected a warmed-over song and dance review. Instead, we saw a fast-paced musical with a most talented cast of singers and musicians. It was an outstanding evening. If he brings his company back next year, we will surely attend.
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