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236 West 45th Street, New York, NY 10036

Formerly Plymouth Theater

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Ended 11 Jan 2009 after 3 months

An electrifying drama of family conflict, patriotic duty and personal greed, set in the aftermath of World War II.

Closed 11 Jan 2009
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51 of 114 people found the following review helpful:
One Singular Sensation,
Aug 30, 2006
reviewer: from VERONA, NJ USA
Long before there was American Idol, this hit Broadway musical told the tale of tryouts for the chorus of a new Broadway show. Yes there might be a couple of inappropriate scenes in the show for kids but the rest is a family friendly musical!


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49 of 103 people found the following review helpful:
I just Bot Tickets...and unlike Morales I Felt Something!,
Nov 05, 2006
reviewer: from CT, USA
I can't wait to see this play! When it was on Broadway in the 80's, I had just given birth to my daughter, and I couldn't afford to go. I was a wannabe Broadway performer, the play was poignant to me. Afterwards I took her to see the movie. It may have been a little inappropriate for her at the time. We would sing Morales' song together....and who didn't cry when Cassie sang "Let me dance for you"? Now I'm taking my wonderful young lady to see this play for the Holidays (I'll be the one with tears in her eyes through out the play). I am so very exicted! I hope this play stays on Broadway for a very long time. I'm giving this play 5 stars because it will be memorable to me matter what.
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