Newsies The Musical Tickets
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About Newsies The Musial
Newsies is a huge musical baed on the 1992 film, Newsies. The Walt Disney film was a huge commercial success and depicts the Newsboy Strike of 1899. This incredible film became not only a Disney classic but also a cult classic as well. It starred Christian Bale as a young boy, Bill Pullman, Robert Duvall, and Ann-Margret. The film was an all-star cast and was the directorial debut of Kenny Ortega, who has since directed countless music oriented films. Ortega got his start as a dance choreographer. While the film was initially a box office flop, the endearing story of Cowboy, a seventeen year old newsboy. Back in New York in the 1890's, newsies were boys who sold newspapers to pay for food and shelter. Newsies will say anything to sell the papers, including making up the headlines. Jack takes many of the newsies onto his so called team and teaches them how to sell newspapers. He utilizes all of their skills, from how they speak to what they look like. New York is in the midst of growth, an economic revolution and many strikes. At the height of the trolley strike the newsies must escape to safety. The movie follows Jack on a journey where he experiences both love, escape, tragedy, and everything else in between. Though Newsies was a hit for many years, it was not until nineteen years later that it was finally adapted into a Broadway musical. The music was written by Alan Menken, the lyrics by Jack Feldman, and the book by Harvey Fierstein. The very first Newsies production was the 2011 Paper Mill Playhouse production. It did so well its first year that finally, it hit Broadway in 2012.
The Broadway adaptation of Newsies did very well in 2012. It was nominated for eight Tony Awards and won two for Best Choreography and Best Original Score. It was nominated for six Drama Desk Awards and won two for Outstanding Choreography and Outstanding Music. It was also nominated for a Grammy Award as well as a Young Artist Award but did not win. The Broadway recording of Newsies includes seventeen songs. In 2011, before making it to Broadway, Alan Menken performed two songs from Newsies on The View. They also performed King of New York in the 2011 Thanksgiving Day Parade. The actual play itself has two acts. The first act features eleven songs and the second act features ten songs. Now you can see this award winning musical live when you look for the full Newsies tickets schedule of shows, Newsies seating charts, tickets, cities, venues, and more. Jump online and order your Newsies tickets today.