Venue Details

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Francis J. Gaudette Theatre
303 Front Street North Issaquah, WA 98027
425-392-2202
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22 events
11 reviews
19 stars
There is no parking next to the theater. Park 100 yards before and walk.
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22 events
11 reviews
19 stars
The old Issaquah theater has a musty smell. If you are allergic to dust mites like me, you should skip this place. All those allergens gave me a severe asthma attack.
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Reviews & Ratings

"42nd Street"
19 ratings
4.9 average rating
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Lauren
49 events
23 reviews
16 stars
attended Jul 03 2010

Solid entertainment - took my octagenerian mother and her friend and they had a great time. The Village Theater is consistently one of the best smaller-type venues in the area. Easy parking and access - not like going to the 5th Ave. Our seats...continued

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Eve
42 events
20 reviews
10 stars
attended Jul 03 2010

Excellent show, terrifc cast, and wonderful seats! Who could ask for more?

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Terry
26 events
13 reviews
4 stars
attended Jul 03 2010

Fourth row seats...we could really see the tap dancing! The show was really well done...the dancing was top notch, the singing was excellent and the costumes were terrific! My 12 year old was still singing the songs the next morning. That's great...continued

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Description

Music by Hugh Warren

Lyrics by Al Dubin

Book by Michael Stewart & Mark Bramble

Directed by Steve Tomkins

A musical super-hit brimming with dazzling synchronized tap-dance and snappy tunes closes out Village Theatre’s 30th Anniversary Season. Ingénue Peggy Sawyer, fresh from Pennsylvania, gets her big break in New York when the star of the show is injured in rehearsal. Watch as dreams come true in this glorious, Tony-award winning, musical celebration of Broadway. Tap along to your favorite musical numbers with “We’re in the Money,” “Shuffle Off to Buffalo,” and “Lullaby of Broadway.”