Show Details
Kiss Me, Kate
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Kiss Me, Kate

Feb 14, 2019 - Jun 30, 2019
Running time: 2:30
PLAYING @
Studio 54
254 W 54th St
New York, NY 10019
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
By Bus: M27 M50 M31 & M57 (crosstown) M10 M20 M104 (north - south)
By Subway: N, R, Q, W to 57th St, South to 54th St, West to theatre
Show Description:

Music

Cole Porter

Lyrics

Cole Porter

Book

Bella and Samuel Spewack

Director

Scott Ellis

Choreography

Warren Carlyle

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ADDITIONAL INFO

Age Guidance: 13
Show Notes
1 Intermission

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

Wheelchairs
Theatre is wheelchair accessible on the Orchestra level only. Wheelchair seating is available in the Orchestra only.
Elevator\Escalator
None available
Parking
Icon Parking or Central Parking - various Midtown locations
Entrance
No steps into theatre from sidewalk.
Restroom
Accessible restrooms on Orchestra level only
Water Fountain
Orchestra level near Box Office
Telephone
None on premises
Assisted Listening System
Infrared Listening Devices are available

VIDEOS

REVIEWS

Spring was tardy this year, so if you are still suffering from seasonal affective disorder, you might try some therapeutic theater courtesy of the radiant revival of “Kiss Me, Kate,” which is spreading high-summer sunshine at Studio 54. Showcasing the golden voice of one of Broadway’s bona fide treasures, Kelli O’Hara, who stars as the actress Lilli Vanessi opposite the terrific Will Chase, playing her ex-husband and current co-star, Fred Graham, the revival — Broadway’s first in two decades — is an effervescent throwback to the years when the musical theater was a reliable non-chemical antidepressant.   CONTINUE READING THE BROADWAY NEWS REVIEW
The Roundabout Theatre’s big, boisterous, brawling “Kiss Me, Kate” is a revival to fall for. It stars Kelli O’Hara who lights up the stage with her incomparable talents. No surprise there, but the big revelation in this production is the way the creative team managed to solve the show's inherent sexism. Based on Shakespeare's "Taming Of the Shrew," the idea that any woman needs taming is problematic. But here thanks to some subtle tweaks and re-staging, it's the story that's getting tamed without losing any of its ferocious bite! CONTINUE READING THE NY1 REVIEW
Warren Carlyle’s inventive choreography is also showcased to wonderful effect in songs performed by the charming secondary couple: the gambling-prone hoofer Bill (High School Musical alum Corbin Bleu) and the frankly available showgirl Lois (Stephanie Styles). Bleu’s “Bianca” finds him tapping up the stairs of David Rockwell’s backstage set until he’s dancing on the ceiling CONTINUE READING THE TIME OUT NEW YORK REVIEW

ARTICLES

A Funny Thing Happened On Her Way to 'Kiss Me, Kate'

Mar 15, 2019

How a canceled production led to Stephanie Styles' Broadway debut

Your Broadway Spring Preview! 2019 Edition

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