42nd Street: Tony-Winning Broadway Hit at Wolf Trap
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The last date listed for 42nd Street was Sunday July 19, 2009 / 8:00pm.
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This was an awesome show. My first visit to wolftrap and i throughly enjoyed it. I wish I had gone to the evening showing instead of the 2pm show simply because this play would have been spectacular at night with the lights and glittery costumes.
Young Peggy Sawyer comes to New York in search of fame and fortune and catches the eye of one of the most powerful directors on Broadway, Julian Marsh. As can only happen in a Broadway musical full of intrigue and plot twists, Peggy is discovered, hired, fired, and eventually becomes the star of the show. In between are thrilling dance numbers, fabulous sets and costumes and some of the most famous songs ever heard on a Broadway stage including “You’re Getting to Be a Habit With Me,” “We’re in the Money,” “I Only Have Eyes for You,” “The Lullaby of Broadway,” “About a Quarter To Nine,” “Shuffle off to Buffalo,” and “42nd Street.”
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