Broadway by the Year: The Songs of 1930 to 1964
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The last date listed for Broadway by the Year was Sunday November 21, 2010 / 5:00pm.
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from bikerhikerRed Velvet
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We were amazed and awed by this show. The five, New York singers (3 we have seen on B'Way recently) are each outstanding and different; and yet they blend so well together in ensemble numbers. Focusing on the years 1930 and 1964, the show's Broadway selections mixes both the well-known and the now-forgotten.
It is too bad this in only here for a weekend and even worse that most people in the Bay Area will not venture to San Mateo to see it. But, for anyone loving Broadway, great songs, and Broadway history, this is a must-see.
Quotes & Highlights
“A bountiful evening of what Broadway does best!” —Variety
“Who needs Broadway in New York when we have Broadway by the Bay?” —San Mateo County Times
Directed by Scott Coulter
Music Director Ross Patterson
Created/Written/Hosted by Scott Siegel, with an all-star cast
Produced by special arrangement with the Town Hall in New York City
Featuring Broadway stars Marc Kudisch (3-time Tony nominee, 9 to 5, Thoroughly Modern Mille, Chitty Chitty Bang), Mary Testa (2-time Tony nominee, 42nd Street, On the Town_), Kerry O’Malley (White Christmas, Into the Woods, Annie Get Your Gun_) and Noah Racey (Thoroughly Modern Millie, Curtains, Never Gonna Dance)
About the Ticket Supplier: Broadway By The BayBroadway By The Bay, the largest theatre company on the Peninsula, has won numerous awards, including over 45 Theatre Critics Circle Awards, and has garnered acclaim throughout the San Francisco Bay Area as a destination for professional-quality musical theatre. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Brooke Knight and Executive Director Jim Gardia, Broadway By The Bay produces three full-scale musicals and one intimate composer/lyricist series each season.
Lauded for its efforts in education, Broadway By the Bay's Youth Theatre Conservatory - for ages 4-17 - gives younger students solid foundations in acting, singing, and dancing for the musical theatre. For those 18 and over, the Musical Theatre Conservatory offers professional classes to adults of all ages. Students aspiring to achieve a professional level of performance skills are taught by instructors who have excelled in their specialties. Musical Theatre Conservatory's intensive summer program is offered in conjunction with Notre Dame de Namur University in Belmont.