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Something More! - 1964 - Broadway Tickets, News, Info & More

Based on the novel Portofino P.T.A. by Gerald Green

A bestselling novelist is bored with his suburban life. In an attempt to inject some adventure, he moves his family to Italy in search of glamour and excitement.

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Original Production
Run Type:Open Run
Market:Broadway
Previews: October 28, 1964
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Eugene O'Neill Theatre (Broadway)

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by Stephi Wild - Sep 30, 2022
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by A.A. Cristi - Sep 28, 2022
Eight years ago, house producer Claude VonStroke dreamt of an independent music festival that could cut through the mediocrity of corporate raving and foster a community of weirdos and dance heads looking for something more.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 27, 2022
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by Jared Fessler - Sep 27, 2022
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by Stephi Wild - Oct 7, 2022
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by A.A. Cristi - Oct 7, 2022
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by A.A. Cristi - Oct 7, 2022
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by Donna Marie Nowak - Oct 5, 2022
April Mae and the June Bugs bring their unique Ameripolian roots music to a spooktacular and bewitching 'Boogie BOO! Halloween Review' at Studio 67 in Medford, NJ on October 23, 2022 at 7pm!
by Alexander Cohen - Oct 28, 2022
A profound meditation on the nature of mental illness
by Michael Major - Oct 25, 2022
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by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 25, 2022
The Tank, in partnership with The Flying Carpet Theatre Company, announced the return of a special production of Crystal Skillman’s magical play OPEN, featuring the original direction of Jessi D. Hill and starring Lily Ali-Oshatz. The production will play a free preview performance on Monday November 14, 2022 at 4pm at The Tank.
by Michael Major - Oct 21, 2022
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by Natalia Jarczynska - Oct 20, 2022
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Directed by Wes Edwards, the video was shot across the state of Tennessee and reiterates Bentley's admiration for the outdoors. Backed by his six-string touring ensemble including Charlie Worsham, Bentley intertwines a jam session fitting for 'a life anthem that perfectly melds heart-on-sleeve lyrical candor. Watch the new music video now!
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by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 18, 2022
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by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 17, 2022
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by Michael Major - Oct 14, 2022
Pairing a shimmering production with Dawn’s irresistible vocals, ‘Love You’ is an ethereal dance jam that leaves a lasting impression. It follows last month’s ‘Hot Stuff’, with both tracks set to feature on van Dijk’s forthcoming debut album First Contact, out 11th November. Listen to the new single now!
by Guest Blog: Roman GianArthur - Oct 12, 2022
When Steven Knight and Benoit Swan Pouffer approached me about composing music for a dance theatre show about Peaky Blinders I was curious as to why. Why me (I had no notable experience composing for dance) and why Peaky Blinders?
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by Cara Joy David - Nov 4, 2022
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by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 2, 2022
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Something More! Frequently Asked Questions

What is the order of songs in Something More! and what's the order?
Something More
Who Fills the Bill
The Straw That Broke the Camel's Back
Better All the Time
Don't Make a Move
No Questions
Church of My Choice
Jaded, Degraded Am I!
I've Got Nothing to Do
Party Talk
In No Time at All
The Master of the Greatest Art of All
Grazie Per Niente
I Feel Like New Year's Eve
One Long Last Look
Ode to a Key
Bravo, Bravo Novelisto!
Life Is Too Short
Il Lago de Innamoratti
Mineola
Come Sta
Far Away Look
You Gotta Taste All the Fruit
What Would Happen?
Fish Net Tarentella
The More You're in Love
You'll Be the Prettiest Girl at the Party
Ballad for a Pencil
Portofino
It's Good for a Woman's Morale

What productions of Something More! have there been?
Something More! has had 2 productions including Broadway which opened in 1964 and Broadway which opened in 1964.