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The Tin Pan Alley Rag

Off Broadway Musical — 

The Tin Pan Alley Rag tells the story of an imagined meeting of two of America’s greatest musicians, composer Scott Joplin (Boatman) and songwriter Irving Berlin (Therriault). Joplin was a musical prodigy, born the son of a slave, who received a conservatory education and slowly rose to acclaim. Berlin was a Russian Jewish immigrant who couldn't read music, yet catapulted to stardom at the age of 23. Both men changed the landscape of music forever with their contributions to the first American musical genre, ragtime. Beneath Joplin and Berlin's toe-tapping, syncopated rhythms lay fascinating stories of fame, love and loss. These tales come to vivid life and two great icons realize they have more in common than they ever suspected. Music and lyrics by Scott Joplin, Irving Berlin music and lyrics, writer Mark Saltzman, Stafford Arima, director.

Schedule: Tues - Sat at 7:30 pm / Wed, Sat and Sun at 2:00 pm

Labor Day Performance Schedule. Please note that the Labor Day Performance Schedule is not reflected in the Show Schedule Calendar below.

Sun Aug 31 2pm
Mon Sept 1 DARK
Tue Sept 2 7:30pm
Wed Sept 3 2pm and 7:30pm
Thu Sept 4 7:30pm
Fri Sept 5 7:30pm
Sat Sept 6 2pm & 7:30pm
SHOW CLOSES

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Pricing information
$75.00 — $85.00
Prices subject to change.


Regular-priced ticket information
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Listed At TKTS
Occasionally

Opening date
July 14, 2009

Closing date
September 6, 2009

Show Notes

Cast:
Randy Aaron, Michael Boatman, Derrick Cobey, Jenny Fellner, Rosena M. Hill, James Judy, Mark Ledbetter, Michael McCormick, Erick Pinnick, Tia Speros, Michael Therriault, Idara Victor.

Choreography by Liza Gennaro
Musical direction by Michael Patrick Walker.
Sets - Beowulf Boritt
Costumes - Jess Goldstein
Lights - Howell Binkley
Sound - Walter Trarbach

Laura Pels Theatre
111 W 46th St (6th Ave & 7th Ave)
New York, NY 10036

  September 6, 2009 —  September 19, 2009
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By subway
F, B, D, V to 47th - 50th St / Rockefeller Center.