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239 West 45th Street, New York, NY 10036

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Ended 10 Aug 2010 after 4 months

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Lend Me a Tenor is the most howlingly funny and ingeniously staged laugh machine to hit Broadway in years.

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Closed 10 Aug 2010
Avg. Customer Review (4.7 Stars):
Number of Reviews: 3
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37 of 49 people found the following review helpful:
Laugh Out Loud Hilarious,
Apr 22, 2010
reviewer: from Yorktown Heights, NY USA
Lend Me A Tenor is a laugh-out-loud production. The cast and story both are very entertaining, you are on the edge of your seat wondering what is going to happen next. It is action packed and hilarious. It is worth seeing again, which I am going to do. The only problem was where we were sitting. Mezzanine level, row B, seats 25 & 27. The L Box seats blocked our view of the left hand side of the stage and there was quite a bit of action that took place there that we missed. Other than that the view from the Mezzanine level was outstanding as was the accoustics. If you are planning a trip to NYC, make plans to see Lend Me A Tenor! Just stay away from the last 2 seats in rows B, C, D and so forth.
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35 of 47 people found the following review helpful:
Great show produced by the best, Matthew Rego Interview,
Aug 10, 2010
reviewer: from USA
This was a great show for the whole family. Great drama with lots of laughs! Meet one of the producers responsible for this sensation in our one on one interview with Matthew Rego of the Araca Group!!
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39 of 51 people found the following review helpful:
Lend Me a Tenor,
Apr 22, 2010
reviewer: from Fallston, MD
So well done. Enjoyable & delightful. Mr. Shaloub wonderful as always. Justin playing Max and "The Tenor" was all I knew he would be & more. I want to go to NY & see it again! Our school, Baltimore Lutheran, did the show last Fall, so we knew the story; we all saw it in NY & it was a highlight for the students, parents, drama dept. director. Worth planning a NY trip for; DO NOT MISS IT! Celeste from Maryland
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