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Hugh Jackman. Sutton Foster. No wonder it's a hot ticket.
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About The Music Man

Tony winners Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster return to Broadway, onstage together for the first time, in the acclaimed revival of one of the finest musicals ever written. Jackman stars as Professor Harold Hill opposite Foster’s Marian Paroo, among the most beloved characters in the musical theatre canon, in the Broadway revival of Meredith Willson’s The Music Man. Get The Music Man tickets on TodayTix.

See not only Broadway’s most in-demand leading man, but also its most in-demand leading lady, in this Tony-nominated revival that New York Theatre Guide hails for its “expert execution” and The Hollywood Reporter calls “tremendous.” Jackman and Foster are a match made in musical theatre heaven, which has made The Music Man one of the hottest tickets this side of River City. And that’s not to mention its six Tony Award nominations including Best Revival of a Musical, Best Choreography, and performance nods for Jackman, Foster, and Jayne Houdyshell as the River City mayor’s wife, Eulalie.

Don’t miss these stars and a talented ensemble perform all The Music Man’s classic songs, like “76 Trombones” and “Ya Got Trouble,” with high-stepping dancing that’ll make you want to get up and join the big parade. And all this is just the cherry on top of one of Broadway’s classic love stories, about a con man and a small-town librarian who both risk it all for love.

Now that the Wells Fargo wagon brought The Music Man to New York again for a limited time, make sure you plan to see this romantic, joyful musical theatre classic. Get The Music Man Broadway tickets on TodayTix now.

Run time

2h 45m

Start date

December 20th, 2021

End date

January 15th, 2023

Categories

Age

Children under 4 are not permitted in the theatre.

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817 Reviews

John Ned

John Ned

171 Reviews | 180 Followers
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A old fashioned musical filled with amazing talent and great dancing

See it if The Cast is filled with talent and charisma making this production a must see. Simply a entertaining, feel good show. Choreography A+

Don’t see it if You like shows that look like big budget extravaganzas. The set feels small scale but the talented performers bring it to life.

Tom 6090

Tom 6090

204 Reviews | 397 Followers
85
Romantic, Entertaining, Enchanting, Delightful

See it if A traditionally staged classic Broadway musical. I saw it with Max Clayton who was sensational opposite Sutton Foster.

Don’t see it if It's a big production that plays well in the Winter Garden theatre. However, the sets are cheap looking and costumes hit or miss.

Phil 9070

Phil 9070

414 Reviews | 95 Followers
80
Fluffy, Ambitious, Disappointing

See it if This production features six Tony Award winners including the big stars Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster. I went into this with very high

Don’t see it if Expectations and I must say I was a bit disappointed. I felt the main actors were quite good, Ensemble not as much. I was very disappointed

Seth G

Seth G

178 Reviews | 69 Followers
94
Delightful, Star-studded, Traditional, Classic

See it if you love classic Broadway and love to see Jackman and Foster shine. Dancing is top-notch too!

Don’t see it if you want a show that is "artsy" or a modern take. This stays very true to traditional shows.

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Stars on stage

Hugh Jackman

Hugh Jackman

Sutton Foster

Sutton Foster

Jayne Houdyshell

Jayne Houdyshell

The Music Man cast and creative team

By: Meredith Willson
Director: Jerry Zaks
Producer: Kate Horton
Cast list: Hugh Jackman (as Professor Harold Hill) and Sutton Foster (as Marian Paroo), Jayne Houdyshell (as Mrs. Shinn), Mark Linn-Baker (as Mayor Shinn), Marie Mullen (as Mrs. Paroo), Shuler Hensley as (Marcellus Washburn), Remy Auberjonois (as Charlie Cowell), Gino Cosculluela (as Tommy Djilas), Emma Crow (as Zaneeta Shinn), Remy Auberjonois (as Charlie Cowell), Benjamin Pajak (as Winthrop), Kayla Teruel (as Amaryllis), Garrett Long (as Ethel Toffelmier), Linda Mugleston (as Alma Hix), Jessica Sheridan (as Maud Dunlop), Rema Webb (as Mrs. Squires), Phillip Boykin (as Olin Britt), Eddie Korbich (as Jacey Squires), Daniel Torres (as Ewart Dunlop), Nicholas Ward (as Oliver Hix), Nick Alvino, Jordan Beall, Ronnie S. Bowman Jr., Maria Briggs, Audrey Cardwell, JT Church, Max Clayton, Kammie Crum, Aydin Eyikan, Carlee Flanagan, Ethen Green-Younger, Emily Hoder, Curtis Holland, Eloise Kropp, Ethan Lafazan, Kayla LaVine, Andrew Minard, Sean Montgomery, Tanner Quirk, Lance Roberts, Daniel Patrick Russell, Ann Sanders, Sherisse Springer, Mitchell Tobin, Kathy Voytko, Branch Woodman, Ryan Worsing
Design: Santo Loquasto
Lighting: Natasha Katz
Costume: Santo Loquasto
Choreography: Warren Carlyle
Sound: Scott Lehrer
Other info: Music Direction by Patrick Vaccariello, Orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick, and Dance Arrangements by David Chase

Venue

Winter Garden Theatre

1634 Broadway (between 50th and 51st Street), New York, NY, USA, 10019

Accessibility

Accommodations for patrons who are blind, deaf, partially sighted, and/or have hearing loss; partial wheelchair access, handrail access

More information about The Music Man

The Music Man musical reunites the creative team behind the smash hit Broadway revival of Hello, Dolly!, including director Jerry Zaks and Tony-nominated choreographer Warren Carlyle. Their sumptuous revival brings a mix of huge production numbers, gorgeous dancing, and old-fashioned bombast to the Winter Garden Theatre.

The Music Man premiered on Broadway in 1957. A huge hit, the show won the Tony Award for Best Musical (beating out West Side Story), ran for 1,375 performances, and made stars out of Robert Preston (as Harold) and Barbara Cook (as Marian).

The Music Man remains Meredith Willson’s most famous work, though he’s written two other Broadway musicals: The Unsinkable Molly Brown and Here’s Love. A revamped Off-Broadway revival of Molly Brown went up in early 2020; the Music Man Broadway revival was set to open later that year, but was postponed amid the pandemic.

What to Watch For

  • Willson loosely based River City and The Music Man’s characters on his hometown of Mason City, Iowa. Now, a bridge there called The Music Man Footbridge is dedicated to him. There’s also Music Man Square, which encompasses Willson’s childhood home and a “River City” town square designed to look like it’s from 1912, when the musical is set. Memorabilia from the Music Man movie is on display there.
  • Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster are on stage together for the first time in The Music Man. Both last appeared on Broadway separately in 2014, when Jackman led the cast of the new play The River and Foster led a revival of the musical Violet.
  • Jackman has wanted to star in The Music Man since childhood. He auditioned for Harold Hill in high school but didn’t get it, and he has since performed the show’s opening song, “Rock Island,” on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and at the Tonys.
  • The original Music Man cast album won the Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album and spent 245 weeks on the Billboard charts.
  • Celebrities have always flocked to The Music Man. The show’s first revival, at New York City Center in 1980, starred Dick Van Dyke as Harold Hill and a young Christian Slater as Marian’s little brother, Winthrop.
  • The Music Man was last revived on Broadway in 2000 at the Neil Simon Theatre. The hit production starred Craig Bierko and Rebecca Luker, with direction and choreography by Susan Stroman.
  • Willson is also a two-time Oscar nominee for his film scores (for The Great Dictator and The Little Foxes) and is known for writing the classic holiday tune "It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas."

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