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Billy Elliot The Musical - 1 Reviews - 249 W 45th St, New York, NY - Theater Reviews - Phone (212) 239-6200

Billy Elliot The Musical

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249 W 45th St
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(212) 239-6200
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Visit this Borough before word gets out. The buzz outside the theatre after the Friday nite (Oct. 1) performance was that BROOKLYN is already at the front of line for next year's ...

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Big Hit!!!!!!!!!!! 8/6/2005

Visit this Borough before word gets out. The buzz outside the theatre after the Friday nite (Oct. 1) performance was that BROOKLYN is already at the front of line for next year's Tonys. I waited at the stage door to congradulate the cast and found them to be suprised, pleased, and over-whelmed by the excitement. That's exactly how I felt about the show. I've already bought tickets to go back with my kids over the Christmas vacation. more
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Owner Message

  • This is BILLY ELLIOT, the spectacular show with the heart, humor and passion to be named Broadway's Tony-winning Best Musical and TIME Magazine's "Best Musical of the Decade!" Set in a small town, the story follows Billy as he stumbles out of the boxing ring and into a ballet class, discovering a surprising talent that inspires his family and his whole community, and changes his life forever. Experience the joyous celebration of one boy's journey against the odds to make his dreams come true... at BILLY ELLIOT!

    Based on the international smash-hit film, BILLY ELLIOT is brought to life by a phenomenal cast of 50 and the Tony Award-winning creative team ? director Stephen Daldry, choreographer Peter Darling and writer Lee Hall ? along with music legend Elton John, who has written what the New York Post calls "his best score yet!"

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  • Theater History
    Named in memory of Edwin Booth (John Wilkes' brother), this intimate theater opened in 1913 and, for a time, housed a collection of the actor's possessions. Hardly a...

  • 9/8/2004 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Neighborhoods:

    Midtown, Theater District - Times Square
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