42nd Street with music by Harry Warren, book by Michael Stewart & Mark Bramble and lyrics by Al Dubin , played on Broadway at the Ford Center for the Performing Arts from May 02, 2001 until January 02, 2005 for 1,524 performances. It originally ran on Broadway for nine years from August 1980 to January 1989.
Produced by Dodger Theatricals, Joop Van Den Ende and Stage Holding; Executive Producer: Dodger Management Group;
Directed by Mark Bramble; Musical Staging and New Choreography by Randy Skinner; Assistant Choreographer: Kelli Barclay; Assistant Director: Valerie Gardner Rives; Scenic Design by Douglas W. Schmidt; Costume Design by Roger Kirk; Lighting Design by Paul Gallo; Sound Design by Peter Fitzgerald; Hair and Wig Design by David H. Lawrence; Music adapted by Donald Johnston; Musical Coordinator: John Miller; Conducted by Todd Ellison; Associate Scenic Design: Chad Owens; Associate Costume Design: Nancy A. Palmatier; Associate Lighting Design: Philip S. Rosenberg; Associate Sound Design: Janet Smith; Assistant Scenic Design: Robert Bissinger, Robert John Andrusko, Robert Jay Braun, Jesse Poleshuck and Yank Frances; Assistant Lighting Design: Daniel Ordower and Jason Lyons; Automated Lighting Programmer: David Arch; Company Manager: Sandra Carlson; Assistant Co. Mgr: Scott Wilcox; Technical Supervisor: Tech Production Services, Inc., Peter Fulbright, Elliot Bertoni, Mary Duffe and Rich Cocchiara; Production Stage Manager: Frank Hartenstein; Stage Manager: Karen Armstrong; Assistant Stage Mgr: Tripp Phillips and Laura Brown-MacKinnon
42nd Street is the American dream come true story of Peggy Sawyer, a naive chorus girl-turned-overnight sensation on Broadway in the 1930s.