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Infamous outlaw couple Bonnie & Clyde come to life in a love story that is both compelling and sexy. The musical is distinct from the film of the same name, but faithful to the personalities of the legendary characters that made the film such a large part of the American landscape.

This show is closed.

Performances ended on Dec. 30, 2011.

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About Bonnie & Clyde on Broadway

Previews: Nov 4, 2011 • Opening: Dec 1, 2011 • Closing: Dec 30, 2011
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Schoenfeld Theatre Schoenfeld Theatre
236 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10036
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Wheelchair seating available in the orchestra section. There are no steps to the designated wheelchair locations.
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What Is the Story of Bonnie & Clyde?
The story of outlaws Bonnie and Clyde is a part of Americana, but this story is a sunnier version than the usual shoot-'em-up tales. When car trouble (hers) brings Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow together, they immediately fall in love. Growing up in dustbowl Texas, Bonnie is a young waitress who wants to be a movie star, and Clyde is a car-loving small-time crook who just wants to crawl out from under the crushing poverty he's known his whole life. Clyde and his brother Buck have been in and out of jail for years, much to the disapproval of Buck's religious wife Blanche, and as their robberies get more and more notorious, they become known as "The Barrow Gang," which Bonnie soon joins. When their crimes escalate from robbery to murder, these lovers on the run make national headlines. 


A collection of our favorite reviews from professional news sources.

"[Frank Wildhorn] delivers a jaunty and evocative score, an appealing patchwork of Americana — blues, gospel and fiddle-filled rockabilly. "

New York Daily News

Joe Dziemianowicz

"Laura Osnes and Jeremy Jordan, two of theater's rising stars, play the bank-robbing duo with sexy onstage chemistry and strong voices."

The Associated Press

Mark Kennedy

"[Bonnie & Clyde] is polished, touching and tuneful, a worthy showcase for a few professional performers in leading roles who are vastly entertaining and amount to nothing short of major discoveries."

New York Observer

Rex Reed

Cast & Creative


Louis Hobson
Ted Hinton
Buck Barrow
Melissa Van Der Schyff
Blanche Barrow
Joe Hart
Sheriff Schmid


Frank Wildhorn
Don Black
Ivan Menchell
Director and Choreographer
Jeff Calhoun
Set and Costume Designer
Tobin Ost
Lighting Designer
Michael Gilliam
Sound Designer
John Shivers
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