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ON THE TOWN NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW
Opening Night: November 21, 2008
Did He Like It?*
On The Town, set in wartime 1944 and inspired by Jerome Robbins’ ballet, “Fancy Free,” is the story of three sailors’ adventurous 24-hour leave in New York City. Their fabulous day-long journey is spurred by a search for sailor Gabey’s dream girl, “Miss Turnstiles.” Along the way, each sailor falls in love with a woman, and with New York City itself. Songs include “New York, New York,” “Some Other Time,” and “I Can Cook Too.”
Drop Me Off at Broadway, 1944
*By CHARLES ISHERWOOD
Published: November 21, 2008
""The fleet’s in this weekend, at least on 55th Street, where a radiant production of “On the Town” has docked at City Center through Sunday. Hop aboard the celestial subway train of Leonard Bernstein’s piping, pumping, altogether transporting music — this was the first of his handful of Broadway shows — and you’ll be whisked back to a time when New York, New York, was a wonderland of pleasure, romance and hot fun. Especially if you were a sailor with 24 hours to fill and found comely company to join you.""
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