42nd Street Moon Announces 25th Anniversary Subscriptions and Single Tickets on Sale

42nd Street Moon Announces 25th Anniversary Subscriptions and Single Tickets on Sale

Whether it's the regional professional premiere of Sondheim's (almost) Broadway debut, the return of a hilarious English musical from the 1930s, the first Broadway musical written entirely by women, or a rollicking evening of song, dance, and stride piano, 42nd Street Moon's mainstage season promises to delight and move you.

OCTOBER 11-29, 2017 The rollicking, joyous, and infectious music of Fats Waller will have you singing and dancing in the aisles during our season opener! Equal parts pianist, singer, songwriter and comedian, Fats Waller was one of the seminal figures of 20th century jazz and Tin Pan Alley, with such standards as "Honeysuckle Rose," "Keepin' Out of Mischief Now," and "I've Got a Feeling I'm Falling" to his name. Five top-notch performers will give you an evening of non-stop, high-energy singing and dancing while celebrating one of America's greatest artists! Director/Choreographer Jeffrey Polk
Musical Director DAVE DOBRUSKY

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DECEMBER 6-24, 2017 Based on the classic English children's novel, a beautiful and haunting story comes to life in this 1991 musical, featuring a Tony-winning score and book by an all-female creative team. In the late 19th century, 11-year-old Mary Lennox is orphaned in India and comes to Yorkshire to live with her reclusive uncle and invalid cousin. There she discovers a mysterious and seemingly enchanted garden, and all three come to know forgiveness, renewal and hope. The Secret Garden is a wonderful show for the whole family to enjoy at the holiday season!
Director Dyan McBride
Choreographer ROBYN TRIBUZI
Musical Director LAUREN MAYER

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MARCH 28-APRIL 15, 2018 In 1955, a new musical featuring an up-and-coming composer/lyricist's Broadway debut was set to open when the lead producer suddenly died and the show was scrapped. That show was Saturday Night, and the composer/lyricist-Stephen Sondheim-has become one of the most important figures in musical theatre history. The show was finally produced in 1997, and we are pleased to be presenting its Bay Area professional premiere. A lighthearted story of lovers and friends in 1929 Brooklyn, Saturday Night's score features some lovely songs and many flashes of the genius that Mr. Sondheim was soon to become.
Director Ryan Weible
Musical Director Daniel Thomas

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MAY 2-20, 2018 At once both sidesplittingly funny and charmingly romantic, Me and My Girl was a major hit on the West End in 1937, but was largely unknown in the United States until a Broadway production in 1986, where it also became a major success. This fish-out-of-water comedy is the story of a roustabout Cockney lad who learns he's actually an Earl and must try to adjust to his new upper-class life. Several of the songs from the show became major hits of the day, including "Leaning On a Lamppost," "The Lambeth Walk" and the title song.
Director/Choreographer Mindy Cooper
Musical Director DAVE DOBRUSKY

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The Eureka Theater has changed its name to the Gateway Theater!

COME SEE ONE OF OUR FAVORITE MOONIES LIVE AT FEINSTEIN'S ON SEPTEMBER 14! NoEl Anthony Escobar Thursday, September 14, 2017 Doors Open 6:30 PM * Show 8:00 PM Feinstein's at the Nikko
222 Mason Street * San Francisco, CA, 94102

Noel is a veteran of more than 60 Bay Area musical theatre productions having worked with The American Conservatory Theatre, American Musical Theatre of San Jose, Center REPertory Company, Contra Costa Musical Theatre, 42nd Street Moon, Hillbarn Theatre, San Jose Stage and Theatre Works Silicon Valley to name a few, and was most recently seen on the Moon stage as the Caliph in our concert production of KISMET, as well as 2016's smash hit production of THE MOST HAPPY FELLA.

He premiered his cabaret "A Taste of Me" to a sold out crowd at the Lesher Center for the Arts this past June and is excited to make his Feinstein's debut with the show consisting of songs from favorite productions as well as roles he still hopes to play during his career that has spanned the past 20 years.

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