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Newsies Boston Production
Newsies is the bursting, genuine story of New York's paperboys who made their living selling papers. Despite climbing costs and poor wages, the newsies began to stand out as truly newsworthy themselves! In view of Disney's 1992 film, which is the story of the actual, true and historical newsies strike of 1899 that brought the city to a halt, the Newsies depicts the newsies as the driving force behind the effective papers of Hearst and Pulitzer to survey their strategies. This storming, vivacious, adjustment is presently taking off on Broadway and in theatre's in Boston. As the show evolved its way to Broadway, Newsies finally made a big appearance in 2012: the show, with the book by Harvey Fierstien and the Music by Alan Menken, went on to win 2 Tony's, including Best Score and Choreography. The choreography was richly lauded in the first ill-advised of surveys, with the cartwheeling, flipping and pirouetting dance numbers, and was reviewed as "Energizing" by Vogue. With the excellent Broadway style, exceptional melodies (see 'Grab the Day' and 'Ruler of New York') and a disobedient story of feisty children having any kind of effect, Newsies is a distinct hit and an ensured swarm pleaser.
Stranded and homeless, New York's paperboys live, urchin like, step by step, longing for a superior life. Meanwhile, the mainstream and magnetic Jack, the leader of the Newsies, and his companions are increasingly dissatisfied with their wages and their poor workers rights. The daily paper editors are blowing up newspaper costs that are making significance the newsies can't bear to offer them. This is the ideal opportunity to force together, make quality in numbers and dissent! Join Jack on the endeavor of his life as he finds the fearlessness and the plan to change his predetermination. This is lyricist Jack Feldman's first Broadway show, already he composed the verses for Barry Manilow's hit Cococabana Newsies has taken over Broadway since its debut in 2011 and now you can catch Newsies live in Boston. Boston has several venues that Newsies has either performed at in the past or is going to be performing at any of the following theatre's: the Boston Opera House, with a seating capacity of 2,500, the Charles Playhouse, the Colonial Theatre, the Cutler Majestic Theatre at Emerson College, the Lyric Stage Company of Boston, the Modern Theatre at Suffolk University, the Orpheum Theatre, the Paramount Theatre, Shubert Theatre, Wang Center for Performing Arts, and the Wilbur Theatre. The Newsies is a huge show and Boston loves hits like Newsies. Now you can order your Boston Newsies Theatre tickets today!