42nd Street

Synopsis

42nd Street is the Broadway song and dance musical extravaganza, featuring the iconic songs ‘We’re In The Money’, ‘Lullaby Of Broadway’ and ‘Dames’. With the show’s largest ever staging, this is a musical like no other. Entertainment doesn’t get bigger than this.

Young Peggy Sawyer is fresh off the bus from small-town America and just another face in the chorus line of ‘Pretty Lady’, the new Broadway show to be directed by the legendary Julian Marsh. But when the show’s leading lady, and resident diva, Dorothy Brock is injured, Peggy’s dreams of stardom might just come true.

Images & Artwork

Tech Spec

4k 4096 x 2160
Native frame rate 23.98
Aspect ratio 16:9
ProRes HQ 422

5.1 Theatrical Mix
5.1 Nearfield Mix (EBU R128 Broadcast Spec)
Stereo Nearfield Mix (EBU R128 Broadcast Spec

Running time:
Act 1: 72 mins
Act 2: 61 mins

Distribution Partners

Cinema - USA - Fathom Events
Cinema - USA - ByExperience
Cinema - Canada - Cineplex
Cinema - UK & Europe - More2Screen
Television - USA - PBS (Great Performances)
SVoD - BroadwayHD - broadwayhd.com
Airlines - Jaguar Distribution - jaguardc.com

Cast

Bonnie Langford Dorothy Brock

Tom Lister Julian Marsh

Clare Halse Peggy Sawyer

Philip Bertioli Billy Lawlor

Book

Michael Stewart

Book

Mark Bramble

Music & Lyrics

Harry Warren

Music & Lyrics

Al Dubin

Based on the Novel by

Bradford Ropes

Set Design

Douglas W. Schmidt

Costume Design

Roger Kirk

Lighting

Peter Mumford

Sound Design

Gareth Owen

Orchestrations

Philip J. Lang

Music Director

Jae Alexander

Music Supervisor & New Orchestrations

Todd Ellison

Musical Staging & New Choreography

Randy Skinner

Casting

Stephen Crockett CDG

General Manager

Gareth Johnson

General Manager

Jacob Wagen

Co-Executive Producer

Dr Johnny Hon

Executive Producer

Bonnie Comley

Executive Producer

Stewart F. Lane

Executive Producer

Michael Linnit

Executive Producer

Michael Grade

Producer

Austin Shaw

Director (Screen)

Ross MacGibbon

Original Direction & Dances

Gower Champion

Director

Mark Bramble

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