9 Moments in Theatre History April 24–29

Video   9 Moments in Theatre History April 24–29
 
From Barbra Streisand’s birthday, to iconic shows like Sweet Charity, A Chorus Line, Company, and Rent all opening on Broadway.

Take a walk down memory lane with this week's From The Vault. Watch the video to learn what memorable moments happened in theatre history between April 25 and April 29—from Barbra Streisand’s birthday, to iconic shows like Sweet Charity, A Chorus Line, Company, and Rent all opening on Broadway.

Below is a list of the dates in chronological order:

April 24, 1942: Barbra Streisand is born.

April 26, 1970: Company opens on Broadway.

April 27, 1986: Sweet Charity, opens on Broadway.

April 28, 1988: Chess opens on Broadway.

April 28, 1990: A Chorus Line opens on Broadway.

April 25, 1991: The Secret Garden opens on Broadway.

April 26, 1996: Rent opens on Broadway.

April 24, 2012: Nice Work if You Can Get It opens on Broadway.

April 25, 2016: Waitress opens on Broadway.

For more Broadway history facts visit Playbill.com/Vault.

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