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Inspired by real-life events and using music, dance and video, Enron explores one of the most infamous scandals in financial history, reviewing the tumultuous 1990s and casting a new light on the financial turmoil in which the world currently finds itself.

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Performances ended on May. 9, 2010.

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About Enron on Broadway

Previews: Apr 8, 2010 • Opening: Apr 27, 2010 • Closing: May 9, 2010
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Broadhurst Theatre Broadhurst Theatre
235 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
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What Is the Story of Enron?
Enron follows the astounding rise and fall of the Enron corporation. The Texas-based energy company ascended to great heights (and a staggering stock price) before declaring bankruptcy in 2001 amid one of the largest financial scandals in history. By focusing on the transformation of the company’s president Jeffrey Skilling—from intelligent schlub to charismatic leader—the show illustrates how the whole mess unfurled. Other real-life players, such as Enron CEO Kenneth Lay and CFO Andy Fastow, are highlighted in this play with music, and some of their dialogue is true to life as well. If you’ve ever wondered how Enron managed to deceive its 20,000 employees, Wall Street and the public, this show will explain it all to you in a way that does not at all resemble a boring lecture.

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Jeffrey Skilling
Stephen Kunken
Andy Fastow
Gregory Itzin
Kenneth Lay
Ian Kahn
Claudia Roe
Rightor Doyle
Noah Weisberg
January LaVoy
Madisyn Shipman
Mary Stewart Sullivan


Written by
Lucy Prebble
Rupert Goold
Set and Costume Designer
Anthony Ward
Lighting Designer
Mark Henderson
Composer and Sound Designer
Adam Cork
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