On the Twentieth Century (Photos)

All aboard! Hop on the Twentieth Century, a luxury coach traveling from Chicago to New York, as business and love collide in a hilarious musical comedy! Bankrupt theatre producer Oscar Jaffe tries to convince Hollywood star Lily Garland to star in his new epic drama! However, not only does Jaffe not have the money to produce the drama but it doesn’t actually exist yet! Is the train ride long enough to find the money he needs, write a play from scratch and convince Garland to star in his drama? Led by Tony Award nominee Peter Gallagher as Oscar Jaffe and Tony & Emmy Award winner Kristin Chenoweth as Lily Garland, Roundabout Theatre Company proudly brings to life this musical revival! Today, Luner on Theatre brings you an exciting first look at Roundabout Theatre Company’s On the Twentieth Century!

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Roundabout Theatre Company’s On the Twentieth Century is playing a strictly limited engagement running on Broadway through July 5th, 2015 only! The musical can be found at The American Airlines Theatre on 42nd Street. The musical features a book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green with music by Cy Coleman. The revival is directed by six-time Tony Award nominee Scott Ellis with choreography by two-time Tony Award nominee Warren Carlyle. For more information, visit Roundabout Theatre Company’s Official Website, Facebook Page or TwitterAnd of course, be sure to check out the rest of Luner on Theatre for all your theatre news you don’t only need but want to know!

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