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July 24 - 27, 2019

The little known Sondheim gem

Why See Road Show?

MusicalsOff Broadway Shows

From Stephen Sondheim

Part of New York City center's Off-Center season, this staged musical returns one of Stephen Sondheim's most overlooked efforts to the stage. Road Show follows the adventures of brothers Addison and Wilson Mizner as they journey across early 20th Century America in search of fame and fortune, taking in everything from the gold rush in the Yukon to the real estate boom of the 1920s. The book for this bouncy musical comes courtesy of frequent Sondheim collaborator John Weidman (Anything Goes, Assassins). 

Road Show premiered Off-Broadway in 1999 with Nathan Lane in the cast, and has enjoyed subsequent production in both Chicago and London. The most recent New York staging was in 2008 by The Public.

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Previews from: 24 July 2019

Opening night: 24 July 2019

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Images are taken from the 2008 Public Theater production of Road Show

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