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One of America’s greatest musical comedies is now playing at Broadway’s beautifully restored Lyric Theatre in the heart of Times Square! With the biggest orchestra on Broadway and a 30-member cast of New York's most talented singers and dancers, On the Town tells the story of three wide-eyed sailors on a whirlwind musical tour of the city that never sleeps. With just 24 hours of shore leave, they’re eager to experience all that New York City has to offer… including a chance to discover love with the girl of their dreams.

*Please note: Misty Copeland will play the role of Ivy through the September 6 at the Tuesday, Thursday and Friday evening shows, and the Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday matinees. Megan Fairchild will play the role of Ivy for the evening performance September 6. 

This show is closed.

Performances ended on Sep. 6, 2015.

About the Show

Previews: Sep 20, 2014 • Opening: Oct 16, 2014 • Closing: Sep 6, 2015



What Is the Story of On the Town?
It’s 1944, and a trio of sailors arrives in New York City for 24 hours of shore leave, eager to see the sights and meet pretty girls. On the subway, Gabey spots a poster of “Miss Turnstiles,” Ivy Smith, and instantly becomes obsessed with meeting her. Elsewhere, Chip takes a ride with an outgoing cab driver named Hildy, and Ozzie meets anthropologist Claire de Loone at the Museum of Natural History. By the next morning, the guys and their gals have enjoyed a night of dance and romance in some of the city’s hottest nightclubs, an adventure none of them will ever forget.

Broadway Musicals Dance Classics 2015 Tony Nominees


Lyric Theatre
214 West 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036
Hearing Assistance
The theater is equipped with an infrared listening device system.
Wheelchair Access
This theater includes wheelchair seating and entrance access.
Elevators and Escalators
There are designated ADA locations in the Orchestra and Dress Circle levels, with elevator access available to both (no access to Balcony.)
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