Enjoy the sensational new and one
of the biggest broadway shows, 42nd Street at the Theatre Royal
Drury Lane! The hugely loved classic American saga is revived at the London
Westend stage for theatre lovers. The popular backstage musical is a wonderful
amalgamation of heart touching songs, foot tapping dance numbers and a
beautiful story that touches every heart.
The magnificent show has earlier
launched the career of one of the most prominent faces of Hollywood, Catherine
Zeta Jones in 1984. The show also won huge acclamations and awards. The story
of 42nd Street revolves around a young girl, Peggy Sawyer, who has left
her small American home town and arrived to New York. Here she is all set to be
the part of Broadway’s newest show.
The hugely anticipated London
show, 42nd Street has come to London with a high-kicking and all features an
all singing cast of over 50 actors. Catch some wonderful performances from
Sheena Easton as Dorothy Brock alongwith 50 powerpacked performers such as Tom
Lister as Julian Marsh, Clare Halse as Peggy Sawyer, Jasna Ivir as Maggie
Jones, Norman Bowman as Pat Denning, Stuart Neal as Billy Lawlor, Graeme
Henderson as Andy Lee, Christopher Howell as Bert Barry, Bruce Montague as
Abner Dillon, Mark McKerracher as Mac/Doc/Thug and Emma Caffrey as Annie.
Randy Skinner’s brilliant
choreography is remarkable. Some of his works include Gower Champion’s 1980
landmark production of 42nd Street, and 2001 revival. The mesmerizing musical
numbers are the major highlights of the popular shows such as We’re In the
Money, Shuffle Off To Buffalo, Dames, Lullaby of Broadway, I Only Have Eyes for
You and the title track itself, 42nd Street. Mark Bramble’s superb direction is
worth watching as he has also been the original co-author of the book of the
very first Broadway and West End productions. He has also been the director of
the 2001 revival of 42nd Street.
42nd Street is an all singing and
dancing affair which has recreated the magic of Broadway back on Theatre Royal
Drury Lane on London. The two hours and forty minutes show is recommended for