Musicals Tonight! is now in its
18th season. Honored with an OBIE Award, Musicals Tonight! is a not-for-profit theatre company in New York City primarily dedicated to the revival of “neglected” musicals in a manner affordable to most audience members. Since our inception in 1997, we have revived over 80 musicals in staged concert form (charging only $25 per ticket and operating under an Actor's Equity Association Showcase Code).

The list of creators of the shows we present is a veritable Who's Who of American Musical Theatre - legendaries such as Cole Porter, George & Ira Gershwin, and Rodgers & Hart. Learn more about our many past performances by clicking on any of the show titles below and to the right.

Our 2015-2016 Season includes five entertaining musical revivals: the Gershwins' Oh, Kay! (1926) featuring “Someone to Watch Over Me”; Out of This World (1950) with music and lyrics by Cole Porter; Rodgers and Hart's Babes in Arms (1937) including “My Funny Valentine” and “The Lady is a Tramp”; Jerome Kern's Oh, Boy! (1917), the third longest running musical of its day; and Wonderful Town (1953) based on a collection of New Yorker short stories with music by Leonard Bernstein.

Musicals Tonight! is the only theatre company to offer four matinees! Matinees are on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 2:00 PM. Evening shows Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday start at 7:30.

If you'd like to know more about Producer/Artistic Director Mel Miller and the history of Musicals Tonight!, you'll enjoy this article from Playbill On-Line.

Because these musicals are produced as staged concerts, we can focus on the work and the performers and place less attention on costume and scenic details.

We have showcased the talents of over 1000 very talented - and often under-employed - actors. But please note! Alums of ours are on Broadway in Mamma Mia, Godspell, War Horse, Anything Goes, and many more.

You will also enjoy another Musicals Tonight! showcasing effort - At This Performance! - our 13th season with this hit series designed to allow talented Broadway standbys and understudies to sing their shows’ current musical hits. Audiences can hear today’s theatre songs - for $26.25 instead of $101.25 - and talented performers who rarely sing before audiences and/or agents, can do so. There are FIVE shows in the 2015-2016 season, all starting at 7:00 PM - check for dates. Become a Season Subscriber and receive a $5 discount on each concert!

2015-2016 Season

Oh, Kay!
Oct. 13-25, 2015

Out of This World
Oct. 27-Nov. 8, 2015

Babes in Arms
March 8-20, 2016

Oh. Boy!
March 22-April 3, 2016

Wonderful Town
April 5-17, 2016




PAST PRODUCTIONS
(listed alphabetically)

All American
(Mel Brooks, Strouse & Adams)

The Beauty Prize
(Jerome Kern & P.G. Wodehouse)

The Boy Friend
(1954)

By the Beautiful Sea
(Schwartz & Fields)

Cabaret Girl
(Jerome Kern - P.G. Wodehouse)

Cabin In the Sky
(Vernon Duke)

Carnival!
(Merrill & Stewart)

Chee-Chee
(Rodgers & Hart)

The Chocolate Soldier
(Oscar Strauss &
George Bernard Shaw)

Dearest Enemy
(Rodgers & Hart)

Drat the Cat!
(Ira Levin & Milton Schafer)

Early to Bed
(Fats Waller)

Ernest in Love
(Oscar Wilde)

Face the Music
(Irving Berlin)

Fade Out, Face In
(Comden & Green & Jule Styne)

Fifty Million Frenchmen
(Cole Porter)

For Goodness Sake
(George & Ira Gershwin)

Foxy
(Johnny Mercer)

Gay Divorce
(Cole Porter)

Girl Crazy
(George & Ira Gershwin)

The Girl Friend
(Rodgers & Hart)

The Girl Who
Came to Supper

(Noel Coward)

Goldilocks
(Walter & Jean Kerr)

Good News
(Henderson, DeSylva & Brown)

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410 West 42nd St.
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PAST PRODUCTIONS
(continued, listed alphabetically)

Half a Sixpence
(H. G. Wells)

The Happy Time
(Kander & Ebb)

Have a Heart
(Jerome Kern & P.G. Wodehouse)

Hazel Flagg
(Jule Styne)

The High Life
(Arthur Schwartz & Howard Dietz)

I'd Rather Be Right
(Rodgers & Hart/Kaufman & Hart)

I Married An Angel
(Rodgers & Hart)

Irene
(1919 and 1973)

Irma La Douce
(1960)

Jubilee
(Cole Porter & Moss Hart)

King of Hearts
(Peter Link)

Lady, Be Good!
(George & Ira Gershwin)

Leave It to Jane
(Jerome Kern)

Leave It To Me
(Cole Porter)

Let It Ride
(Livingston & Evans)

Let's Face It
(Cole Porter &
Dorothy & Herbert Fields)

Li'l Abner
(Johnny Mercer)

Little Mary Sunshine
(Rick Besoyan)

Look Ma, I'm Dancin'!
(Hugh Martin)

Love From Judy
(Hugh Martin)

Mademoiselle Modiste
(Victor Herbert)

Me and My Girl
(1938 & 1986)

Meet Me in St. Louis
(Hugh Martin & Ralph Blane)

Mexican Hayride
(Cole Porter)

Milk and Honey
(Jerry Herman & Don Appel)

My Favorite Year
(Ahrens & Flaherty)

Naughty Marietta
(Victor Herbert)

The New Yorkers
(Cole Porter)

Oh, Lady! Lady!
(Jerome Kern,
P.G. Wodehouse
& Guy Bolton)

Paint Your Wagon
(Lerner & Loewe)

Panama Hattie
(Cole Porter)

Pardon My English
(George & Ira Gershwin)

Paris
(Cole Porter)

Primrose
(George & Ira Gershwin)

Red, Hot and Blue
Cole Porter

The Rink
(Kander & Ebb)

The Roar of the Greasepaint
(Anthony Newley)

Roberta
(Jerome Kern)

Sail Away
(Noel Coward)

Same Time, Next Year -
The Musical

Shinbone Alley
(Darion & Brooks)

Stop! Look! Listen!
(Irving Berlin)

Stop the World - I Want
To Get Off
(Bricusse & Newley)

Strike Up the Band
George & Ira Gershwin

That's The Ticket!
(Harold Rome)

Theodore & Co
(An American Premiere!)

Three Wishes for Jamie
(Ralph Blane)

Tovarich
(1963 - Two Tonys)

Up in Central Park
(Sigmund Romberg)

Whoopee
(Eddie Cantor's Hit)

You Never Know
(Cole Porter)

Watch Your Step!
(Irving Berlin)

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