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Sister Act
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Sister Act

Apr 20, 2011 - Aug 26, 2012
Running time: 2:30
PLAYING @
Broadway Theatre
1681 Broadway
New York, NY 10019
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
By Subway: A - To 42nd Street, walk North to appropriate street. C, E - To 50th Street, walk North or South to appropriate street. N, R - To 49th Street, walk North or South to appropriate street. Q - To 42nd Street, walk North to appropriate street. B, D, F - To 47th-50th Street (at 6th Ave), walk West, and then North or South to appropriate street. 1 - To 49th Street, walk North or South to appropriate street.
Show Description:

Music

Alan Menken

Lyrics

Glenn Slater

Book

Cheri and Bill Steinkellner; additional material Douglas Carter Beane

Director

Jerry Zaks

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$51.50 - $126.50
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ADDITIONAL INFO

Listed at TKTS: Frequently
Age Guidance: 13

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

Wheelchairs
Wheelchair seating available in the Orchestra section only. Theatre is not completely wheelchair accessible.
Elevator\Escalator
None.
Infrared Listening System
Reservations are not necessary. Drivers license or ID with printed address required as a deposit. Please call: (212) 582-7678 to reserve in advance.

REVIEWS

Big, glitzy numbers are the toast of Broadway musicals. The only thing better? Big, glitzy numbers...with nuns! Sister Act has plenty of both — and it’s one of the season’s happiest surprises...Menken evokes the lush, funky sound of Philly soul without falling into mere pastiche...Aside from a lull in the second act, the show moves at a good clip, and pushes every imaginable button: Old lady rapping? Reliable. Old nun rapping? Off the charts! Every part is impeccably cast...Sister Act would go on for five hours, and it’s already packed with goodies. To which we say: Amen!

- Elisabeth Vincentelli, New York Post
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It's hard to resist when the sisters and a few brothers make such a joyful noise...Tongue-in-cheek nun stories are certainly nothing new, but this show's salvation is some very savvy producing. The songs by Alan Menken and Glenn Slater are clever variations on recognizable disco tunes from the era. They also help to quicken the show's pace by advancing the familiar plot...Veteran director Jerry Zaks is the perfect choice to helm this silly confection, balancing the fluff with sentiment...Casting is spot on as well. Everyone delivers...In Miller a star is born.

- Roma Torre, NY1
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