Come and see those dizzy feet in one of Broadway’s all-time greatest tap dance musicals, 42nd St. National celebrities and local favorites come to life on stage with songs you have come to love such as “Lullaby of Broadway” featuring guest stars Charles Shaughnessy from “The Nanny”, Grammy winner and recording icon Debby Boone and Broadway’s dance darling Eloise Kropp, who will also bring her incredible choreography talents to SMTC.
Opening on July 6th and running through July 15th, the sights and sounds of New York City are a spectacle you won’t want to miss! Celebrate the magic of Broadway with one of show business’s most beloved fables and get to know Scottsdale Musical Theater Company (SMTC)! Whether you prefer dancing, singing or comedy, there is something for everyone in this quintessential backstage musical.
UPDATE: I got to see 42nd St. on Sunday evening and was thrilled to share my personal review with ya’ll. The talent was SO impressive, from the singing to the dancing and acting I truly felt like we were watching a Broadway production. Of course, my personal favorite performer was Jeremy Gatlin, my former Dancing with the Stars AZ partner who plays the role of feisty choreographer, Andy.
To purchase tickets for 42nd st and learn more about SMTC click HERE
ABOUT Scottsdale Musical Theater Company:
‘Bringing Broadway’s Favorites Back to Life’ – This one phrase alone embodies the driving force behind Scottsdale Musical Theater Company. Musicals are America’s greatest contribution to the history of theater. The majority of theater audiences look forward to the familiarity of recognizable titles, stories and music. Now in its 8th year, SMTC prides itself on presenting affordable large-scale productions of famous Broadway musicals in their entire original versions. All of our shows feature well-known guest stars from TV, Film and Broadway, professional sets and costumes, great local talent and a full live 20+ piece orchestra so that these shows can be heard and appreciated as they were originally meant to be.
SMTC IS RIGHT AT HOME AT TEMPE CENTER FOR THE ARTS