PHOTO CALL: Dames: Ebersole and the Chorines of 42nd Street Take Their Opening Bow May 2

News   PHOTO CALL: Dames: Ebersole and the Chorines of 42nd Street Take Their Opening Bow May 2 Christine Ebersole and the tapping chorus girls of 42nd Street take their May 2 opening night bows in the new revival of 42nd Street at the Ford Center for the Performing Arts.
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Christine Ebersole and the tapping chorus girls of 42nd Street take their May 2 opening night bows in the new revival of 42nd Street at the Ford Center for the Performing Arts. 42nd Street is a musical about making musicals back in the days of the Depression. Young hoofer Peggy Sawyer (Kate Levering) lands a job in the chorus of a new Broadway show, ruled over by star Dorothy Brock (Ebersole) and mercurial director Julian Marsh (Michael Cumpsty), but when an unlucky accident happens, Peggy gets her chance to go out there a youngster, but come back a star. 42nd Street, now playing at the Ford Center for the Performing Arts, first took its Broadway bows in 1980, winning the 1981 Tony Award for Best Musical and running 3,486 performances.

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