Sweet Charity

Sweet Charity

Off-Broadway
Comedy
SYNOPSIS: Based on the Fellini film Nights of Cabiria, the musical tells the story of Charity Hope Valentine, a taxi dancer with a heart of gold but a will of tin foil. Though she dreams of meeting the right man and settling down, she keeps lavishing her affections on losers. Her luck starts to change when she meets a suave Italian movie star, but things really start to look rosy when she runs into a nebbishy but sweet guy in a night-school elevator. Could this finally be her Prince (more or less) Charming? Score includes “If They Could See Me Now” and “Big Spender. ”

A NewGroup Production

Directed by Leigh Silverman
Choreography by Joshua Bergasse

Starring: Sutton Foster, Yesenia Ayala, Darius Barnes, James Brown III, Asmeret Ghebremichael, Sasha Hutchings, Donald Jones, Jr., Nikka Graff Lanzarone, Emily Padgett, Joel Perez, Cody Williams

Show Times: Tuesday – Friday @7:30 pm, Wednesday @2 pm, Saturday @2pm and 8pm, Sunday @2pm

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Awards

Chita Rivera Awards
2017 Outstanding Choreography in an Off-Broadway Show Winner
2017 Outstanding Female Dancer in an Off-Broadway Show Nominee
2017 Outstanding Female Dancer in an Off-Broadway Show Nominee
2017 Outstanding Female Dancer in an Off-Broadway Show Nominee
2017 Outstanding Female Dancer in an Off-Broadway Show Nominee
2017 Outstanding Male Dancer in an Off-Broadway Show Nominee
Drama Desk Award
2017 Outstanding Actress in a Musical Nominee
2017 Outstanding Revival of a Musical Nominee
Drama League
2017 Distinguished Performance Nominee
2017 Outstanding Revival of a Musical Nominee
Lucille Lortel Award
2017 Outstanding Actor in a Musical Nominee
2017 Outstanding Actress in a Musical Nominee
2017 Outstanding Choreographer Nominee
2017 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play Winner
2017 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical Nominee
2017 Outstanding Revival Nominee
Outer Critics Circle
2017 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical Nominee
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