The Wild Party
Andrew Lippa's THE WILD PARTY, adapted from the Jazz Age narrative poem by Joseph Moncure March, is the story of one tragic, decadent night in a Manhattan apartment shared by Queenie (Sutton Foster) and her menacing lover Burrs (Steven Pasquale). The couple decides to throw the party to end all parties, where Queenie meets a handsome stranger (Brandon Victor Dixon) who wants to lure her away. The show opened at Manhattan Theatre Club on February 24, 2000 and played 54 performances.
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STAGE TUBE: Sutton Foster, Steven Pasquale and More Get Crazy in Highlights from Encores! Off-Center's THE WILD PARTY
by Stage Tube - July 15, 2015
Andrew Lippa's tragic Jazz Age love story The Wild Party follows party girl Queenie (two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster) over the course of one decadent, booze-soaked night as she and her lover Burrs (Steven Pasquale) throw the party to end all parties-with a guest list of vaudevillians, hookers, and a handsome stranger (Brandon Victor Dixon) who offers Queenie the hope of a less tawdry life.
Photo Flash: Sutton Foster, Steven Pasquale, Miriam Shor & More Take City Center in Encores! Off-Center's THE WILD PARTY
by BWW News Desk - July 15, 2015
BroadwayWorld brings you a first look at the production below!