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Bullets Over Broadway: The Musical - 2014 - Broadway

A playwright who needs someone to back his next show. A mobster who needs some way to please his showgirl girlfriend.

This could be the start of a beautiful friendship - or a brand new musical comedy!

Based on the screenplay of the acclaimed film, Bullets Over Broadway brings the talents of Woody Allen and Susan Stroman together for the first time.

Loaded with big laughs, colorful characters, and the songs that made the 20s roar, Bullets Over Broadway is ready to bring musical comedy back with a bang.

Schedule

St. James Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
246 West 44th St. Seating Chart

Featured Reviews For Bullets Over Broadway: The Musical


'Bullets Over Broadway' a sheer, shameless good time - USA Today
it's Stroman who makes this baby sing and dance, not just literally but spiritually. The playful wit and exuberance that were stifled by the material in her last Main Stemouting, Big Fish, are in full force here, and are supported by performers and designers (among the latter the great William Ivey Long, whose costumes are especially scrumptious) who seem to never run out of steam.

‘Bullets Over Broadway’ Theater Review: Woody Allen, Zach Braff and Very Large Dancing Hot Dogs - The Wrap
Allen has pulled something of a Sylvester Stallone in his Broadway book-writer debut: His book never really abandons his screenplay sufficiently to reinvent itself for the theater. For most of the evening, some great dance numbers and many old tunes have simply be inserted into this tale of a young writer (Zach Braff) who willingly allows a mobster (Nick Cordero) to rewrite his play, much to the play's improvement..."Bullets," the musical, is loaded down with old ditties that wore out their welcome sometime during the run of "Arthur Godfrey Time" and only vaguely refer to Allen's story..."Bullets" on Broadway rarely breaks free of the movie, and fond memories keep taking us back to the original.


 

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by BWW Special Coverage - August 24, 2014
The world premiere production of the new musical comedy BULLETS OVER BROADWAY, written by Woody Allen, and based on the screenplay by Allen and Douglas McGrath for the 1994 film, and directed and choreographed by five-time Tony Award winner Susan Stroman, will play its final performance on Broadway today, August 24 at the St. James Theatre. As of that date, the musical will have played 156 regular performances and 33 preview performances. Below, BroadwayWorld takes you back through the show's run on the Great White Way!
by Tyler Peterson - August 20, 2014
There are only seven more opportunities to catch the world premiere production of the new musical comedy BULLETS OVER BROADWAY, written by Woody Allen and based on the screenplay by Allen and Douglas McGrath for the 1994 film and directed and choreographed by five-time Tony Award winner Susan Stroman - during its final week on Broadway.
by BroadwayWorld TV - July 24, 2014
This week's event featured performances from the cast of BULLETS OVER BROADWAY, including: Zach Braff, Clyde Alves, Preston Truman Boyd, Jim Borstelmann, Casey Garvin, Dan Horn, Andy Jones, Kevin Ligon, Kevin Worley, Nick Cordero, Betsy Wolfe. Check out clips of 'Tain't Nobody's Biz-ness' and 'I've Found a New Baby' below!
by BroadwayWorld TV - July 23, 2014
The Bullets Babes are at it again! In the video below, check out the next installment of a special series, in which the lovely ladies of Bullets Over Broadway explain the slang of the era. Brush up on your 1920s talk below!
by Robert Diamond - July 22, 2014
The world premiere production of the new musical comedy BULLETS OVER BROADWAY,written by Woody Allen and based on the screenplay by Allen and Douglas McGrath for the 1994 film and directed and choreographed by five-time Tony Award® winner Susan Stroman, will play its final performance on Broadway on Sunday, August 24 at the St. James Theatre (246 West 44th Street).
by Caryn Robbins - July 22, 2014
Braff spoke about his musical theater-themed Bar Mitzvah and even re-enacted the live action centerpieces, featuring actors dressed as characters from Broadway shows.
by BroadwayWorld TV - July 18, 2014
The Bullets Babes are at it again! In the video below, check out the next installment of a special series, in which the lovely ladies of Bullets Over Broadway explain the slang of the era. Brush up on your 1920s talk below!
by BroadwayWorld TV - July 17, 2014
The Bullets Babes are at it again! In the video below, check out the first installment of a special series, in which the lovely ladies of Bullets Over Broadway explain the slang of the era. Brush up on your 1920s talk below!
by Caryn Robbins - July 14, 2014
Zach Braff stopped by this morning's TODAY on NBC to talk about writing, directing and starring in his newest film 'Wish I Was Here'.
by Stage Tube - July 2, 2014
The cast and crew of BULLETS OVER BROADWAY have created a special video to celebrate the 4th of July, and they are proud to be Americans born all over the USA. Check it out below!
by Stage Tube - July 1, 2014
BULLETS OVER BROADWAY star Betsy Wolfe sang The National Anthem at last night's Yankee game against the Tampa Bay Rays.
by Caryn Robbins - June 24, 2014
Zach Braff stopped by last night's JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE on ABC to talk about his new Broadway musical Bullets Over Broadway.
by Nicole Rosky - June 18, 2014
You've seen Bullets Over Broadway's gangsters tap dancing all over town, so now it's time to meet their female counterparts- the Bullets Babes! BroadwayWorld is excited to bring you a special series featuring Susan Stroman's current 'Stro Girls' on Broadway, along with three fun facts about each. Get to know all of the ladies below!
by David Clarke - June 12, 2014
Fabulously entertaining fans eight times a week, BULLETS OVER BROADWAY: THE MUSICAL, based on the 1994 Woody Allen film of the same name, racked up six Tony Nominations this year. The musical comedy also recently released its Original Broadway Cast Recording, featuring a score of music from the 1920s adapted by Glen Kelly, with orchestrations by Doug Besterman. If you're like me, you haven't seen the show yet, and this enthralling album will leave you longing to see the splashy spectacle, smiling, and singing along with glee.