This musical comedy will take audiences back to 1940 with singing, dancing, and laughter. Set in 1944 during the war, On the Town follows three American sailors who have 24 hours in New York City. They fall in love with the city, and its women. Get tickets to see Broadway's On the Town below!
On the Town, an iconic Broadway musical that made its debut in 1944, comes to life at Lyric Theater. With a book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Leonard Bernstein, On the Town is based on the Jerome Robbins ballet "Fancy Free." John Rando, who's worked on shows like Urinetown and A Christmas Story directs, while Joshua Bergasse, who was involved with the television show "Smash," choreographs.
24 hours. Three American soldiers. New York City. Forget the fact that it's wartime — Ozzie, Chip, and Gabey are just happy to have some time to themselves. They instantly fall in love with NYC, the sights, the sounds, and the women they meet there: Gabey, Hildy, and Ivy. A funny, feel-good musical, On the Town will make anyone nostalgic for the '40s! Get tickets to see On the Town on Broadway above!