Jerome Robbins' Broadway

Jerome Robbins' Broadway

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Jerome Robbins' Broadway is an anthology comprising musical numbers from earlier shows that were either directed or choreographed by Jerome Robbins. Robbins won his fifth Tony Award for direction of the show.

The musical opened on Broadway on February 26, 1989 at the Imperial Theatre and closed on September 1, 1990 after 633 performances and 55 previews. With an elaborate production and a cast of 62, the show reportedly cost US$8 million to produce, and was expected to recoup about 40 percent from the New York run, according to Bernard B. Jacobs (President of The Shubert Organization). New York Times, Alex Witchel, p. C13, August 29, 1990

Directed and choreographed by Jerome Robbins with Grover Dale as Co-Director, it featured Jason Alexander as the narrator, Charlotte d'Amboise, Faith Prince, Debbie Shapiro, and Scott Wise.

Musical numbers

Act I
  • Gotta Dance (from Look Ma, I'm Dancin')
  • Papa, Won't You Dance With Me? (from High Button Shoes)
  • Shall We Dance? (from The King and I)
  • New York, New York (from On the Town)
  • Sailors on the Town (from On the Town)
  • Ya Got Me (from On the Town)
  • Charleston (from Billion Dollar Baby)
  • Comedy Tonight (from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum)
  • I Still Get Jealous (from High Button Shoes)
  • Suite of Dances (from West Side Story)
Act II
  • The Small House of Uncle Thomas (from The King and I)
  • You Gotta Have a Gimmick (from Gypsy)
  • I'm Flying (from Peter Pan)
  • On a Sunday by the Sea (from High...... ...
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