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27 Star Starred
Davis Musical Theatre Company
in Jean Henderson Performing Arts Center 607 Pena Dr. Davis, CA 95618
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1 review
5 stars
The weather was It's extremely cold inside. Wear pants and a sweater..
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1 stars
Messed up my tip - don't expect amazing sound as the show doesn't have microphones!
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"How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying"
6 ratings
3.8 average rating
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6 reviews
26 stars
attended Apr 22 2011

This show was terrific. The lead roles were performed by two perfect choices. They both had wonderful voices and lots of energy. It was a fast moving show in that it was over without the feeling that it lagged anywhere! The sets were great too....continued

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4 stars
attended Apr 24 2011

It was painful to watch and very very very long

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0 stars
attended Apr 24 2011

I enjoyed this production. I loved ths singing most of all! There were some funny parts too. I thought the main character, Ponce, did an EXCELLENT job in his character. He didn't ever seem to break character at all. His love in the show was also...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

The original Broadway production of _How to Succeed… _ran for more than three years and 1,417 performances. The current Broadway revival features _Harry Potter _star Daniel Radcliffe as J. Pierrepont Finch.


This Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning Best Musical is the hilarious story of executive dreams and office romance. With the aid of a trusty self-help book How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, wily window washer J. Pierrepont Finch enjoys a riotous rise up the corporate ladder. Can he get the promotion, the corner office and the girl, or will he learn that balancing business and pleasure can be precarious—but hilarious—and oh, so much fun?

Currently enjoying a fresh revival on Broadway, this perennial favorite features a magnificent score that moves to the rhythm of the city by Academy Award- and Tony Award-winner Frank Loesser (Guys and Dolls.)