Over Here! 1974

Opened: March 6, 1974
Closing: January 04, 1975

Over Here! - 1974 - Broadway History , Info & More

Shubert Theatre (Broadway)
225 West 44th St. New York, NY

Over Here! is a musical with a score by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman and book by Will Holt. The original Broadway production was directed by Tom Moore and choreographed by Patricia Birch, with scenic design by Douglas W. Schmidt and costumes by Carrie F. Robbins.

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by Franco Milazzo - Feb 17, 2024

Flying in from the States for her eighth time at Soho Theatre, Seattle-based performer Dina Martin debuts her new show Sub-Standards. It takes some skill to straddle performance art, clowning, drag and stand-up with skill and wit but she never looks uncomfortable. And nor should she with her considerable pedigree and following.

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Arts+Labor and Happy Heat announce upcoming projects and Spring programming in Austin. Stay tuned for exciting new creative endeavors.

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Produced by Grammy Award-winning producer Dave Cobb (Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell), Be Right Here is a timely reminder to be present and live authentically. Across these ten tracks—a collection of their signature rock and roll anthems, Americana-leaning ballads and country rock jams—the band celebrates the simple joys of life.

Dua Lipa Releases New Single 'Training Season'
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The journey through these two discs, though, is not only enjoyable, it is an education.

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We've got a really big show planned. We've got a cool set. We have an amazing light design. We have all kinds of cool costumes. I've got backup dancers and my friend Andrew, who I wrote music with over the past eight years he's come on as my musical accompanist and sort of sidekick foil in the show. So it's a one Queen show, but it's actually four of us in the show, counting two dancers, Me. And my friend Andrew and we've written all the music, and I sing all the music and wrote all the lyrics with Andrew.

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Daniel Goldman brings award-winning Franco-Uruguayan Sergio Blanco's 2016 play to English speaking audiences for the first time

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From spending time with friends to taking time away from the theatre altogether, our student bloggers offer their best self-care tips for managing stress during the school year here!

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Following a mission to “make music for you to cry/vibe to,” 25-year-old North Londoner SOLOMON is firmly established as a major next wave talent with high profile collaborators and fans such as BROCKHAMPTON, Ice Spice, Kojey Radical and Timbaland. Now, SOLOMON takes the next step by sharing his new single ‘over.'

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​WAM Theatre has unveiled its 2024 season centering new paths and brave futures, through four innovative theatrical stories and a special 15th Anniversary Benefit.

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Adirondack Theatre Festival (ATF) capped its 30th Anniversary “Pep Rally” Saturday with a surprise double announcement: the unveiling of its summer lineup plus “Stories Start Here,” the biggest independent fundraising campaign in the company’s history.  Learn more about the season lineup here!

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Sacramento is brimming with new works in theatre this month, and one play that I am particularly looking forward to is by former Sacramento-based playwright James Van Eaton. The premiere of his Oscar Wilde-inspired An Honest Apology will be performed at FreeFall Stage beginning with their annual Valentine’s Day Dessert on February 14th. BroadwayWorld spoke to James about feminism, video games, and all things Wilde.

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The Beat Begins
Since You're Not Around
Over Here
Buy a Victory Bond
My Dream for Tomorrow
Charlie's Place
Hey Yvette
The Grass Grows Green
The Good-Time Girl
Wait for Me Marlena
We Got It
The Beat Continues
Wartime Wedding
Don't Shoot the Hooey to Me, Louie
Where Did the Good Times Go?
Dream Drummin'
Soft Music
The Big Beat
No Goodbyes
Over Here! has had 2 productions including Broadway which opened in 1974 and Broadway which opened in 1974.
Best Musical and , Best Choreography for Patricia Birch Best Costume Design for Carrie F. Robbins and Best Direction of a Musical for Tom Moore.
Over Here! has been nominated for several awards. John Driver was nominated for Performance at the Theatre World Awards. Ann Reinking was also nominated for Performance at the Theatre World Awards. Janie Sell was nominated for Performance at the Theatre World Awards as well.
Over Here! has won several awards, including the Theatre World Awards for John Driver, Ann Reinking, and Janie Sell.