PHOTO RECAP: Bonnie & Clyde's Broadway Opening Night Three Years Ago; Red Carpet Arrivals, Curtain Call and Party

News   PHOTO RECAP: Bonnie & Clyde's Broadway Opening Night Three Years Ago; Red Carpet Arrivals, Curtain Call and Party
 
Bonnie & Clyde, the musical with songs by Frank Wildhorn and Don Black, which told the story of the Depression-era American outlaws Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, opened December 1, 2011 at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre.

With music by Tony Award nominee Wildhorn (Wonderland, Jekyll & Hyde, The Civil War, The Scarlet Pimpernel), lyrics by Tony winner Black (Sunset Boulevard) and a book by Ivan Menchell (The Cemetery Club), the rockabilly-and-blues-scented musical was directed by Tony nominee Jeff Calhoun (Broadway's Grease! in 1994, Brooklyn, Big River and Paper Mill Playhouse's Newsies). Sex, flesh, violence and American greed — or "want," if you will — are major elements in the pop show.

Center stage, with guns in their hands as the title characters, were Laura Osnes, a 2011 Drama Desk nominee for playing Hope Harcourt in Anything Goes, and Jeremy Jordan.

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