AmEx Cardholders Can Now Snag Tix for How to Succeed with Daniel Radcliffe

News   AmEx Cardholders Can Now Snag Tix for How to Succeed with Daniel Radcliffe
From now through July 30, American Express cardholders have the chance to be among the first to see Daniel Radcliff's first day on the job in the Broadway revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.

Tickets are on sale exclusively to AmEx cardholders through July 30 at 11:59 PM. Ticket sales open up to the general public on July 31.

The Broadway revival of Frank Loesser's 1961 musical will begin previews Feb. 26, 2011, at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre and officially open March 27, 2011.

Tony Award-winning director and choreographer Rob Ashford (Promises, Promises) will direct and choreograph the 50th anniversary production. Additional casting for How to Succeed will be announced shortly.

How to Succeed… features a score by Loesser with a book by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert. The original 1961 production earned seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Best Author and Best Score, as well as the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Robert Morse earned a Tony Award for his performance as J. Pierrepont Finch.

The story follows a young window washer, who with the help of the titular book, rises to the top of the World Wide Wickets Company in New York City. Best known for starring in the title role of the "Harry Potter" film franchise, Radcliffe made his Broadway debt as Alan Strang in a revival of Peter Shaffer's Equus. His other screen credits include "Extras," "My Boy Jack" and "December Boys."

Rob Ashford earned a 2002 Best Choreography Tony Award for Thoroughly Modern Millie. He has been Tony-nominated for Cry-Baby, Curtains and The Wedding Singer. He earned acclaim for directing the Donmar Warehouse productions of A Streetcar Named Desire and Parade.

Broadway Across America (John Gore, Thomas B. McGrath, Beth Williams), Craig Zadan, Neil Meron, Joseph Smith, Michael McCabe and Candy Spelling will produce the revival.

Visit Telecharge.

Today’s Most Popular News: