New Block of Tix Now on Sale for Broadway's An American in Paris

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A new block of tickets for the Broadway musical An American in Paris, a stage incarnation of the classic Gershwin film, goes on sale today. The critically acclaimed production officially opened at Broadway's Palace Theatre April 12 following previews that began March 13.

Robert Fairchild and Leanne Cope
Robert Fairchild and Leanne Cope Photo by Angela Sterling

MasterCard cardholders receive exclusive access to these tickets through May 31 via www.priceless.com/ny, www.Ticketmaster.com/AAIP or by phone at (877) 250-2929. The general public can begin purchasing these tickets June 1.

Tickets are now on sale through April 3, 2016.

The production has been nominated for 12 Tony Awards, 12 Drama Desk Awards and 4 Astaire Awards. The production won four Outer Critics Circle Awards, including Outstanding Musical, Outstanding Director (Christopher Wheeldon), Outstanding Choreographer (Christopher Wheeldon) and Outstanding Actor in a Musical (Robert Fairchild), The Drama League Award for Distinguished Production of a Musical, as well as two Theatre World Awards for Robert Fairchild and Leanne Cope.

The new musical, inspired by the Oscar-winning film of the same name, features a score by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin and a book by Craig Lucas.

Directed and choreographed by Christopher Wheeldon, the cast is led by Robert Fairchild as Jerry Mulligan, Leanne Cope as Lise Dassin, Veanne Cox as Madame Baurel, Jill Paice as Milo Davenport, Brandon Uranowitz as Adam Hochberg and Max von Essen as Henri Baurel. The company also includes Caitlin Abraham, Will Burton, Michael Cusumano, Attila Joey Csiki, Taeler Elyse Cyrus, Ashlee Dupré, Rebecca Eichenberger, Sara Esty, Laura Feig, Jennie Ford, Kurt Froman, Heather Lang, Dustin Layton, Nathan Madden, Gia Mongell, Candy Olsen, Rebecca Riker, Adam Rogers, Sam Rogers, Shannon Marie Rugani, Garen Scribner, Sam Strasfeld, Sarrah Strimel, Charlie Sutton, Allison Walsh, Scott Willis and Victor J. Wisehart.

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An American in Paris, according to press notes, "transforms the timeless story of love in a city rebuilding from the heartbreak of World War II - into a new Broadway musical of hope, redemption and romance."

The creative team also includes Tony Award winners Bob Crowley (sets and costumes), Natasha Katz (lighting), Jon Weston (sound), 59 Productions (projections) with the musical score adapted, arranged and supervised by Rob Fisher, orchestrations by Christopher Austin, dance arrangements by Sam Davis, musical supervision by Todd Ellison, and additional orchestrations by Don Sebesky and Bill Elliott. The associate director is Jacquelin Barrett, and the associate choreographer is Dontee Kiehn. Casting is by Telsey + Company/Rachel Hoffman.

 

The score of An American in Paris includes the songs “I Got Rhythm,” “Liza,” “’S Wonderful,” “But Not For Me” and “I’ll Build a Stairway to Paradise,” as well as orchestral music including “Concerto in F,” “Second Prelude,” “Second Rhapsody/Cuban Overture” and “An American In Paris.”

Masterworks Broadway's cast recording is due June 2.

The producers are Stuart Oken, Van Kaplan, Roy Furman, Stephanie McClelland, Darren Bagert, Carole L. Haber, James Nederlander, Five Cent Productions, Michael Leavitt, Apples and Oranges Studios/Dominion Pictures, Roger Berlind/Arch Road, Simone Genatt Haft/Marc Routh, Triptyk Studios/Spencer Ross, Ed Walson/Peter May, Adam Zotovich/Celia Atkin, Eugene Beard/Julie Boardman/Kallish-Weinstein, Stuart Ditsky/Jim Herbert/Sandy Robertson, Suzanne Friedman/Independent Presenters Network/Wonderful Productions, The Leonore S. Gershwin 1987 Trust/Jenkins-Taylor/Proctors, Harriet Newman Leve/Jane Dubin/Sarahbeth Grossman, Caiola Productions/Jennifer Isaacson/Raise the Curtain, by special arrangement with Elephant Eye Theatrical, Pittsburgh CLO and Théâtre du Châtelet.

A very limited amount of general rush tickets for performances on the same day are available for purchase at the box office. Rush tickets are $32 each, including a facility fee, and are limited to two per person.

Tickets for Broadway are available through Ticketmaster.com.

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