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On The 20th Century Los Angeles

e6cca3 2a0d7b4548ac43f7a43cf92213e4cca7 mv2 1024x797 On The 20th Century Los AngelesCy Coleman‘s award-winning musical comedy On The Twentieth Century will be making a stop in Los Angeles Aug 4 through 27. Proof Doubt Closer Theatre Co. takes on this 1978 musical gem which most recently had a Broadway revival in 2015 starring Kristin Chenoweth in the lead. Tickets HERE.

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On the 20th Century – San Diego

a1214a6668e2474e9cd29899641b81cf On the 20th Century   San DiegoThis day in 1978, Cy Coleman, Betty Comden, Adolph Green‘s multi-Tony Award winning musical On The Twentieth Century opened on Broadway at the St. James Theatre! Considered the last great production of the golden era of Broadway musicals, the show was based on the classic 1934 Howard Hawks comedic film Twentieth Century and set to a lush Rossini-like operatic score. You can board for a ride March 9 – April 30th courtesy of the Cygnet Theatre Company, San Diego. Don’t miss the train! Click HERE for more information and tickets.

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On The 20th Century Returns to London

Cl9TX1EWEAAisbq On The 20th Century Returns to LondonGEOIDS Musical Theatre Group presents: Cy Coleman, Betty Comden, and Adolph Green‘s hit musical comedy On The Twentieth Century Oct 25-29 Bridewell Theatre London UK. For tickets and more info click HERE.

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Cast of On the 20th Century Tony Awards Performance

theater review on the twentieth century 1024x683 Cast of On the 20th Century Tony Awards PerformanceClick HERE to watch the Tony Awards Performance of Kristin Chenoweth, Peter Gallagher, and the full cast of On The Twentieth Century perform a medley of “Life Is Like A Train”, “On The 20th Century”, “I’ve Got it All”, and “Babette”.

The New York Times calls the revival “Ridiculously sublime!” It is the most nominated revival of the season including 5 Tony noms including Best Revival of a Musical and is now running through July 19th at The American Airlines Theatre. The music is by Cy Coleman with Book & Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. You can get tickets and more info HERE.

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