Theatre Row, 410 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036
Mexican Hayride opened in 1944 and ran for well over a year. Produced by Michael Todd, with a cast of 99, has not been seen in New York in 70 years.
The first NY performance in 70 years. Joe is a small-time American racketeer in Mexico on the run from the FBI. Trying to elude the local authorities (and his wife), he runs afoul of a female bullfighter - Montana, her manager - Lombo, and Latin singer - Lolita. Songs include "A Humble Hollywood Executive", "He Certainly Kills the Women", "There Must Be Someone for Me", "Sing to Me Guitar".
Opening night: 8 October 2013
Closing night: 20 October 2013
May be inappropriate for 6 and under.
2 hours and 45 minutes, including one intermission
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