42nd Street Moon presents our spectacular 2016-2017 season!

42nd Street Moon is pleased to announce our 24th season, the last selected by outgoing Artistic Director Greg MacKellan. We will continue to bring you the best in classic American musical theatre, along with a return engagement of our 2015 smash Scrooge in Love! in a new, larger venue! For 2016-2017, we’re offering four wonderful shows, created by Broadway legends: Bob Merrill, Vincent Youmans, George Abbott, Burt Shevelove, and Larry Grossman. Many ticket prices have been lowered for next year. Subscribe to 42nd Street Moon and join us for four enticing musical theatre experiences!

Daren A.C. Carollo and Daniel Thomas
Executive Directors


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BAKER STREET

November 2-20, 2016, Eureka Theatre
Wednesday-Thursday 7:00; Friday 8:00; Saturday 6:00; Sunday 3:00
Family Matinee Saturday, November 12 at 1:00 PM

Music and Lyrics by Marian Grudeff and Raymond Jessel
Book by Jerome Coopersmith

Director/Choreographer Cindy Goldfield
Music Director Dave Dobrusky

Sherlock Holmes! Watson! Moriarty! Irene Adler! All your favorites appear in this musical based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s stories about the iconic detective. Baker Street was the Broadway debut for Tommy Tune and an early Broadway credit for Christopher Walken. The captivating score includes “Letters,” “Cold, Clear World,” A Married Man,” and “I’d Do It Again.”

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SCROOGE IN LOVE!

December 7-24, 2016, Marines’ Memorial Theatre
Wednesday-Thursday 7:00; Friday 8:00; Saturday 6:00; Sunday 3:00
Family Matinee Saturday, December 17 at 1:00 PM
No performance Wednesday, December 14

Music by Larry Grossman
Lyrics by Kellen Blair
Book by Duane Poole

Director Dyan McBride
Music Director Dave Dobrusky

Last Year’s World Premiere Smash Returns! What happens after A Christmas Carol? A year later, Scrooge’s life takes a turn for the romantic—new ghosts (and old pal Jacob Marley) arrive to help him find his lost love, Belle. This joyous score is by Snoopy!!! and Minnie’s Boys composer Larry Grossman and Murder for Two lyricist Kellen Blair and includes wonderful new songs like “Happier,” “The Hours In Between,” “A Kitchen Built for Twenty,” and “Just One Year.” A perfect holiday show for the whole family!

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NEW GIRL IN TOWN

March 29-April 16, 2017, Eureka Theatre
Wednesday-Thursday 7:00; Friday 8:00; Saturday 6:00; Sunday 3:00
Family Matinee Saturday, April 8 at 1:00 PM

Music and Lyrics by Bob Merrill
Book by George Abbott

Director Daren A.C. Carollo
Music Director Dave Dobrusky

A woman with a secret past tries to re-build her life by returning to her hometown. This Tony-winning musical is based on Eugene O’Neill’s Anna Christie. Written as a vehicle for Gwen Verdon, who shared the Tony Award for Best Actress with co-star Thelma Ritter. The score contains the songs “Sunshine Girl,” “It’s Good to Be Alive,” Did You Close Your Eyes?” and “If That Was Love.”

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NO, NO, NANETTE

April 26-May 14, 2017, Eureka Theatre
Wednesday-Thursday 7:00; Friday 8:00; Saturday 6:00; Sunday 3:00
Family Matinee Saturday, May 6 at 1:00 PM

Music by Vincent Youmans
Lyrics by Irving Caesar and Otto Harbach
Book by Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel; Revival Book by Burt Shevelove

Director Cindy Goldfield
Music Director Dave Dobrusky

A bubbly romantic farce of mistaken identities, star-crossed lovers, bathing beauties and a tap-dancing maid! A major hit in 1925, it became a sensation following its 1971 revival. The score introduced the standards “Tea for Two” and “I Want to Be Happy;” and the revival featured the return of Golden Age film star Ruby Keeler.

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Experience A Fuller Moon

Opening Night Receptions

Join the cast and crew as we celebrate the opening of each new production. Savor champagne, wine, and delectable delights from L’Olivier Restaurant, our Opening Night sponsor. The best part? It’s on us!

Opening Night dates for the 2016-17 Season: November 5, December 10, April 1, April 29

Discussion Sundays

Get all your burning questions answered about the show you’ve just seen during our fun and informative post-performance discussions with the audience, cast, and crew. Hosted by Executive Directors Daren A.C. Carollo and Daniel Thomas, who will share the history of the original production as well as our current incarnation! Learn more about the composers, lyricists, and book writers, as well as your favorite Moonie cast members. Discussion Sundays happen on the first and second Sunday of each show in our regular season offerings.

Discussion Sunday dates for the 2016-2017 Season: November 6, November 13; December 11, December 18; April 2, April 9; April 30, May 7

Family & Student Matinees

The best deal in town for kids, parents, and students of all ages. Young people under 18 and college students with a valid student ID can see the show for just $10! Younger students receive a family activity guide, get to participate in an intermission contest (with prizes!), and can join in on a post-show discussion and visit with the actors that includes autographs and pictures. This is a great way to introduce the next generation to the heritage of American musical theatre. This is also a great idea for a kid’s birthday party. Please contact Education Director Dyan McBride for further details or if you have a large group wishing to attend.

42nd Street Moon created the Family Matinee to make musical theatre affordable and accessible for young people along with their parents and to provide families the opportunity to experience classic Broadway. Relevant, fun activities and fascinating discussion guides enable families to rediscover how theatre has served an important function in our nation’s cultural landscape and been a way for families to come together. We have expanded the matinee to be a Family and Student Matinee, so that college-aged students can also take advantage of the generous discount.

Family and Student Matinee dates for the 2015/16 Season: November 12, December 17, April 8, May 6