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Grease on Broadway

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  • The most recent production of Grease NYC ended in 2009.
  • Played at Eden Theatre, Broadhurst Theatre, Royale Theatre, Majestic Theatre, Eugene O’Neill Theatre and finally at Brooks Atkinson Theatre, all in New York.
  • Grease started on Stage in 1972 and later became the popular film starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John.

Show Info

Show Dates:
Aug 19, 2007 - Jan 4, 2009

Location:
Brooks Atkinson Theatre
256 W 47th Street
New York, New York 10036
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Go Back to the 1950s and Experience Teenage Rebellion Once Again With Grease on Broadway

Located in

Manhattan

Times Square

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Features: Grease on Broadway was a hit musical in NYC, most recently running from August 19,2007- January 4, 2009 at Brook Atkinson Theatre on Broadway. Directed by Tony Award winner Kathleen Marshall, this popular high school love-story musical was first made popular in its first opening on Broadway in 1972 and had a second run from 1994-1998. The third time included all the main characters like greaser Danny Zuko and delicate pink lady Sandy Dumbrowski, their rowdy friends and all the popular songs from the hit movie, Grease.

Why We Go: The Grease Broadway show drew in sold out crowds, due to the already popular story, and the third run of Grease NYC had a special twist in its cast that made Grease an even more popular NYC musical than before.

  • Familiarity: The Grease musical movie is so well-known that Grease on Broadway took off immediately due to so many already existing fans of the songs, characters and overall story. 
  • Songs: Grease on Broadway is a hit NYC musical due to, of course, the amazing soundtrack.  The live performance of some of America's favorite musical tunes such as "You're the One That I Want" and "Summer Nights" are lived out on stage, electrifying the entire theater with excitement.
  • NBC Contest Winners: NBC held a contest via a reality television program called "You're the One That I Want"in order to cast the leading roles of Danny Zuko and Sandy Dumbrowskie.  Viewers all over the country tuned into this exciting contest and winners Laura Osnes and Max Crumm

Inside Knowledge: Brooks Atkinson Theater has been known for having a great seating chart, with just about every seat in the house offering a stellar view of the full stage.  Acoustics in this NYC theater are top-notch as well, great for musical productions.

Do's and Don'ts:

  • Do Bring the Kids: The Grease Broadway show was great for all ages, just like the movie.  Audiences of all generations can come together to enjoy this 1950s high school story of teenage rebellion. 
  • Do Research the NBC Contest: We would urge guests who weren't familiar with the NBC television show and contest that landed Max Crumm and Laura Osnes in the star roles of Grease on Broadway. "You're the One That  Want" had great ratings during it's air times and gave viewers a unique insight into the casting process. 
  • Don't Expect New Songs: The Grease Broadway Show sticks to the original songs from the original movie, which audiences responded wonderfully to.  Much of the appeal of the Grease musical were the beloved hit songs that guests could sing along to.
  • Don't Think You Can't See it Twice: Guests who have seen the movie (perhaps multiple times) may think they've already experienced Grease at its best, but seeing the live Grease Broadway show is an entirely different experience, so if the musical hits the stage again, don't hesitate to get tickets.




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