REVIEW BY JANE KERNS / Special to the Star-Advertiser
“Those dancing feet” return for a third time to Diamond Head Theatre in its current revival of the musical “42nd Street.” This production shoots for the sky, adding another star to the theatre's already stellar season.
Stroll down to '42nd Street' for an enjoyable night out
"42nd Street" was producer David Merrick's last big hit on Broadway in 1980, scoring nearly 3,500 performances and spawning road tours and revivals. The show was actually developed from much earlier sources — a same-named 1932 novel and 1933 film ...
May 23, 1911: The New York Public Library Opens on 42nd Street
The Nation. (blog)
If there were any additional proof needed that the New York Public Library is currently delinquent in its historic mission, reading The Nation's review of the building when it opened on this day in 1911 should suffice. No longer does the 42nd Street ...
Get those dancing feet – “42nd Street: Warner Archive Collection”
The Virginian-Pilot (blog)
Initially “42nd Street” was to be a drama starring the non-singing, non-dancing Loretta Young, until they decided it might be time to revive the movie musical. The Depression had left the public in need of a good fantasy, and the transformation of ...