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Wonderful Town archiveBased on the play, My Sister Eileen by Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov, the Tony award winning Wonderful Town is a bright and cheery love letter to the colourful experience of living life in New York in the 1930's. The show tells the story of two sisters, Ruth and Eileen, who move from a rural town in Ohio to experience the bright lights, the big city, and the crazy characters of Greenwich Village, New York City. Ruth is an aspiring writer and Eileen is a dancer who wants to pursue a life on stage. One sister can't find a man no matter what she does, the other can't keep them away. Together, these two sisters take on the world, pursuing their dreams and finding love along the way. Featuring the show stopping numbers 'A Quiet Girl', 'It's Love', 'A Little Bit in Love' and 'Ohio'.


Lizzie Wofford (Ruth), Francesca Benton-Stace (Eileen), Aneurin Pascoe (Baker), Simon Burr (Wreck), Francessca Pim (Helen), Hugo Joss Catton (Frank), Nicholas Chiappetta (Appoplous), Laurel Dougall (Mrs Wade), Ashley Holman (Chick / Ensemble), Jack Keane (Lonigan / Ensemble), Jon R Harrison (Valentin / Ensemble), Leah Pinney (Violet / Ensemble), Lucie Horsfall (Dance Captain / Ensemble), Joe Goldie (Ensemble), Kitty Whitelaw (Ensemble), Anna Middlemass (Ensemble)


Book by(s): Joseph Fields, Jerome Chodorov
Music: Leonard Bernstein
Lyrics(s): Betty Comden, Adolph Green
Producer(s): All Star Productions, Andrew Yon
Director(s): Tim McArthur, Benjamin Newsome (casting director), Jamie Birkett (assistant director)
Musical Director: Aaron Clingham
Choreographer: Ian Pyle
Design: Ben Hathaway
Lighting: Sky Bembury

Wonderful Town

Wonderful Town (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T0621011108. Details of all Wonderful Town archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S0651545898

Archive Listings

12 Oct 16
30 Oct 16
Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre Pub
Outer London, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive


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