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Sing Street

Music by: Gary Clark, John Carney; Book by: Enda Walsh; Lyrics by: Gary Clark, John Carney

 

Sing Street is a musical with music and lyrics by Gary Clark and John Carney and a book by Enda Walsh. The musical is based on Carney’s 2016 film of the same name. The stage adaptation was originally presented at New York Theatre Workshop in December 2019. Sing Street the musical takes place in 1982, in Dublin, Republic of Ireland.

Sing Street

Lyceum Theatre Broadway

First Preview 13, Apr 2020

Opening Night Apr 2020

Open Run

 

Get Tickets Here

 

Cast

Max Bartos – Broadway Debut – Darren
Brendan C. Callahan – Broadway Debut – Gary
Billy Carter – Robert
Zara Devlin – Broadway Debut – Raphina
Anthony Genovesi – Broadway Debut – Sing Street’s Drummer
Gus Halper – Broadway Debut – Brendan
Jakeim Hart – Broadway Debut – Larry
Martin Moran – Brother Baxter
Anne L. Nathan – Sandra
Johnny Newcomb – Barry
Brenock O’Connor – Broadway Debut – Conor
Gian Perez – Broadway Debut – Kevin
Sam Poon – Eamon
Skyler Volpe – Broadway Debut – Anne
Amy Warren – Penny
Ilan Eskenazi – Standby

 

Creative

Book by Enda Walsh
Music by Gary Clark and John Carney
Lyrics by Gary Clark and John Carney
Based on the motion picture written and directed by John Carney
Music orchestrated by Martin Lowe
Music arranged by Martin Lowe
Musical Director: Fred Lassen
Directed by Rebecca Taichman
Choreographed by Sonya Tayeh
Scenic Design by Bob Crowley
Costume Design by Bob Crowley
Sound Design by Darron L. West and Charles Coes
Hair Design by J. Jared Janas
Make-Up Design by J. Jared Janas
Executive Producer: Patrick Daly and Alecia Parker
Musical Supervisor: Martin Lowe

Produced by Barbara Broccoli, Brian Carmody, Patrick Milling Smith, Michael Wilson, Orin Wolf and Frederick Zollo

Lyceum Theatre

 


The Lyceum Theatre is a Broadway theatre located at 149 West 45th Street in midtown Manhattan, New York City. Opened in 1903, it is one of the two oldest surviving Broadway venues (along with the New Amsterdam Theatre). The Lyceum is the oldest continuously operating legitimate theatre in New York City, and the first Broadway theatre ever to be granted landmark status (1974). It is one of the few theatres in New York which continues to operate under its original name. Designed by architects Herts & Tallant, the Lyceum was built by impresario Daniel Frohman, replacing Frohman’s earlier Lyceum on Fourth Avenue that closed in April 1902. The new Lyceum opened on November 2, 1903 with the play The Proud Prince. Frohman’s brother Charles served as the theater’s manager until his death in 1915

 

 



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Address

149 West 45th Street (between 7Ave & Avenue Of The Americas) New York, NY 10036

 

Transport

Subway: B, D, F, M to 47–50th Sts–Rockefeller Ctr; N, Q, R, 42nd St S, 1, 2, 3, 7 to 42nd St–Times Square
 

Phone

(212) 239-2949
 

Box Office

Monday – Sat: 10 am – 8pm Sun Noon – 6pm
 

Access Information

 

Theatre is not completely wheelchair accessible. There are no steps into the theatre from the sidewalk. Please be advised that where there are steps either into or within the theatre, we are unable to provide assistance.

 

Seating is accessible to all parts of the Orchestra without steps. There are no steps to the designated wheelchair seating location.

 

There is a wheelchair accessible restroom

 

 

Sing Street

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Sing Street

Music by: Gary Clark, John Carney; Book by: Enda Walsh; Lyrics by: Gary Clark, John Carney

 

Sing Street is a musical with music and lyrics by Gary Clark and John Carney and a book by Enda Walsh. The musical is based on Carney’s 2016 film of the same name. The stage adaptation was originally presented at New York Theatre Workshop in December 2019. Sing Street the musical takes place in 1982, in Dublin, Republic of Ireland.

Sing Street

Lyceum Theatre Broadway

First Preview 13, Apr 2020

Opening Night Apr 2020

Open Run

 

Get Tickets Here

 

Cast

Max Bartos – Broadway Debut – Darren
Brendan C. Callahan – Broadway Debut – Gary
Billy Carter – Robert
Zara Devlin – Broadway Debut – Raphina
Anthony Genovesi – Broadway Debut – Sing Street’s Drummer
Gus Halper – Broadway Debut – Brendan
Jakeim Hart – Broadway Debut – Larry
Martin Moran – Brother Baxter
Anne L. Nathan – Sandra
Johnny Newcomb – Barry
Brenock O’Connor – Broadway Debut – Conor
Gian Perez – Broadway Debut – Kevin
Sam Poon – Eamon
Skyler Volpe – Broadway Debut – Anne
Amy Warren – Penny
Ilan Eskenazi – Standby

 

Creative

Book by Enda Walsh
Music by Gary Clark and John Carney
Lyrics by Gary Clark and John Carney
Based on the motion picture written and directed by John Carney
Music orchestrated by Martin Lowe
Music arranged by Martin Lowe
Musical Director: Fred Lassen
Directed by Rebecca Taichman
Choreographed by Sonya Tayeh
Scenic Design by Bob Crowley
Costume Design by Bob Crowley
Sound Design by Darron L. West and Charles Coes
Hair Design by J. Jared Janas
Make-Up Design by J. Jared Janas
Executive Producer: Patrick Daly and Alecia Parker
Musical Supervisor: Martin Lowe

Produced by Barbara Broccoli, Brian Carmody, Patrick Milling Smith, Michael Wilson, Orin Wolf and Frederick Zollo

Lyceum Theatre

 


The Lyceum Theatre is a Broadway theatre located at 149 West 45th Street in midtown Manhattan, New York City. Opened in 1903, it is one of the two oldest surviving Broadway venues (along with the New Amsterdam Theatre). The Lyceum is the oldest continuously operating legitimate theatre in New York City, and the first Broadway theatre ever to be granted landmark status (1974). It is one of the few theatres in New York which continues to operate under its original name. Designed by architects Herts & Tallant, the Lyceum was built by impresario Daniel Frohman, replacing Frohman’s earlier Lyceum on Fourth Avenue that closed in April 1902. The new Lyceum opened on November 2, 1903 with the play The Proud Prince. Frohman’s brother Charles served as the theater’s manager until his death in 1915

 

 



View Larger Map
 

Address

149 West 45th Street (between 7Ave & Avenue Of The Americas) New York, NY 10036

 

Transport

Subway: B, D, F, M to 47–50th Sts–Rockefeller Ctr; N, Q, R, 42nd St S, 1, 2, 3, 7 to 42nd St–Times Square
 

Phone

(212) 239-2949
 

Box Office

Monday – Sat: 10 am – 8pm Sun Noon – 6pm
 

Access Information

 

Theatre is not completely wheelchair accessible. There are no steps into the theatre from the sidewalk. Please be advised that where there are steps either into or within the theatre, we are unable to provide assistance.

 

Seating is accessible to all parts of the Orchestra without steps. There are no steps to the designated wheelchair seating location.

 

There is a wheelchair accessible restroom

 

 

Sing Street