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The story of three sailors who visit New York for the first time on a twenty-four hour pass and look for the girl of their dreams. Ozzie and Chip strike lucky but Gabey pursues 'Miss Turnstiles' around New York until all three pairs link up in a powerful musical finale. Running time approx. 2 hours 40 minsPerformers Willard W. White (Workman 1 - not Mar18/24/26/ Apr 19/ May 11/19/21/24), Rodney Clarke (Workman 1 Mar18/24/26/ Apr 19/ May 11/19/21/24), Adam Garcia (Chip), Alison Jiear, Caroline O'Connor (Hildy Esterhazy), Helen Anker (Ivy Smith), Lucy Schaufer (Claire de Loone), Timothy Howar (Ozzie), Aaron Lazar (Gabey), Sylvia Syms (Madame Maude P. Dilly), Janine Duvitski (Lucy Schmeeler), Philip Ball (Announcer/Master of Ceremonies), Greg Winter (Rajah Bimmy), Stuart Dawes, Tom Dwyer, Bob J Harms, Nick Holmes, Stori James, James O'Connell, Darragh O'Leary, Craig Scott, Nick Searle, Tristan Temple, Liam Mikhail Wrate, Lucy Anderson, EJ Boyle, Chloe Campbell, Julia Hinchcliffe, Rebecca Lee, Jane McMurtrie, Jo Morris, Alexis Owen-Hobbs, Amy Ellen Richardson, Lorraine Stewart, Danielle Young.
Music Leonard Bernstein. Lyrics Betty Comden. Lyrics Adolph Green. Corporate Sponsor Sky. Corporate Sponsor Artsworld. Company English National Opera. Conductor Simon Lee. Director Jude Kelly. Choreographer Stephen Mear. Design Robert Jones. Lighting Mark Henderson. Choreographer Nikki Woolaston.
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