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The Wild Party - 2015 - Off-Broadway Tickets, News, Info & More

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.


Concert Revival
Run Type:Limited Run
Previews: July 15, 2015
Closing:July 18, 2015

City Center Stage 1

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131 West 55th St. (between 6th and 7th Avenues)
New York,NY

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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.
by Tyler Peterson - July 15, 2015
BroadwayWorld brings you a first look at the production below!

The Wild Party Frequently Asked Questions

What is the order of songs in The Wild Party and what's the order?
Queenie Was A Blonde
Raise The Roof
Look At Me Now
An Old-Fashioned Love Story
By Now The Room Was Moving
A Wild, Wild Party
Two Of A Kind
Maybe I Like It This Way
What Is It About Her?
The Life Of The Party
I'll Be Here
Let Me Drown
Tell Me Something
Come With Me
Jackie's Last Dance
Make Me Happy
How Did We Come To This?

What productions of The Wild Party have there been?
The Wild Party has had 6 productions including Waterford, CT (Regional) which opened in 1999, Off-Broadway which opened in 2000, Off-Broadway which opened in 2000, St. Paul, MN (Regional) which opened in 2005, Off-Broadway which opened in 2015 and West End which opened in 2017.