September 30, 2014
RENO, Nev. (July 21, 2009) -- It’s tap dance heaven as Broadway’s song and dance extravaganza, 42nd Street struts into the Eldorado Showroom, Tuesday, August 4 and runs through Sunday, October 25.
42nd Street is one of the longest running American musicals in Broadway history. The lively show follows the production of “Pretty Lady” beginning with auditions and the opening act. Audience members are introduced to the full cast: choreographer, Andy Lee; the writers, Bert and Maggie; glamourously leading lady, Dorothy Brock; leading man Billy Lawlor; and up-and-coming starlet, Peggy Sawyer.
42nd Street’s amazing score includes fan-favorites “We’re in the Money,” “Lullaby of Broadway,” “Shuffle Off to Buffalo” and of course, “42nd Street.”
During its long run, 42nd Street has won a Tony Award for Best Musical and Best Revival of a Musical. Other awards include a Theatre World Award, Drama Desk Award, Laurence Olivier and an Evening Standard Award.
Tickets are available from $29.95 for adults, from $24.95 for children and seniors. Dinner and show packages are available from $39.95. For show ticket reservations and information, please call 800-648-5966 or (775) 786-5700 in Northern Nevada.
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