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June 6 - 10, 2018

A brilliant satire about big business and the little guy

Why See How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying?

MusicalsStrictly Limited RunsComedy TheatreStars on Stage

A part for the Broadway Center Stage Series

Skylar Astin, Betsy Wolfe and Michael Urie all star!

When How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying first opened on Broadway in 1961, it ran for a staggering 1417 performances, garnering seven Tony Awards before being immortalised with a Pulitzer Prize. It has enjoyed numerous revivals, including a film starring Harry Potter alumnus Daniel Radcliffe, ever since. Now the legendary musical comes to Washington as part of the Broadway Center Stage series, where it will take on a semi-staged concert format.

What is How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying About?

The delightful story charts the curious rise of one J. Pierrepont Finch, a restless yet creative window washer whose tale begins when he happens upon the titular book. Using his wits and the ever handy instructional guide, the determined Finch rises up the corporate ladder finally landing at the top - but his feverish job obsession may just cost the love of his life...

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Dates

Opening night: 6 June 2018

Run time

Around two hours and 45 mins

Cast and Creative

Cast

Skylar Astin as J. Pierrepont Finch
Betsy Wolfe as Rosemary Pilkington
Michael Urie as Bud Frump
Nova Payton as Miss Jones
John Bolton as Mr. Bratt
John Michael Higgins as Biggley
Joaquina Kalukango as Smitty
Michael McGrath as Mr. Twimble/Wally Womper
Becky Newton as Hedy La Rue

Darius Barnes, Sean Bell, Lawrence Clayton, Colin Cunliffe, Kaitlyn Davidson, Casey Gervin, Eloise Kropp, Harris Milgrim, Shina Ann Morris, Kristen Piro, Katerine Popacostas, Tally Sessions, Diana Vaden and Vishal Vaidya

Creative

Directed by Marc Bruni
Choreography by Denis Jones
Music Direction by Todd Ellison

Next available performances

Wed, Jun 6

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Thu, Jun 7

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Fri, Jun 8

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Sat, Jun 9

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Sun, Jun 10

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