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    The classic Hollywood comedy on stage

    Broadway gets a Hollywood makeover as Some Like It Hot brings romance, humor and friendship to the Shubert Theatre! The beloved movie has been transformed into an irresistible new musical by the creators of Hairspray and The Book of Mormon.

    After witnessing a Mafia murder, friends Joe and Jerry make a quick getaway from Chicago by disguising themselves as women. They join an all-female jazz group and catch a train heading to warm and sunny Florida. Along the way, romance blossoms where they least expect it - but will they escape the gang and get a happily ever after?

    Based on the beloved movie, Some Like It Hot on Broadway features a score by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman (Hairspray), a book by Matthew López (The Inheritance) and Amber Ruffin, and choreography and direction by The Book of Mormon’s Casey Nicholaw.

    The cast includes Christian Borle as Joe, J. Harrison Ghee as Jerry, Adrianna Hicks as Sugar, Kevin Del Aguila as Osgood, Natasha Yvette Williams as Sweet Sue, Adam Heller as Mulligan and Mark Lotito as Spats.

    Book Some Like It Hot musical tickets and discover why they really do make musicals like they used to!

    Performance dates: 25 Jan 2023 - 02 Apr 2023

    Running time: 2 hours 35 minutes (including an intermission)

    Age recommendation: Best for age 10+. Under 4s not permitted.

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    Latest Audience Reviews

    This was excellent, an adaptation of the film, and a great feel good show, lots of tap dancing -... More

    maxinelaugher 27 Dec 2022

    This was excellent, an adaptation of the film, and a great feel good show, lots of tap dancing - and according to my dancer daughter, of a good technical standard rather than the usual basic time steps.

    maxinelaugher 27 Dec 2022

    A really good fun musical. Proper thirties feel about it and slightly updated from the original f... More

    garethc3 Top 200 reviewer08 Jan 2023

    A really good fun musical. Proper thirties feel about it and slightly updated from the original film.

    garethc3 Top 200 reviewer08 Jan 2023

    A high energy show that is real fun. Silly nonsense all the way but sometimes there’s nothing wro... More

    garethc3 Top 200 reviewer08 Jan 2023

    A high energy show that is real fun. Silly nonsense all the way but sometimes there’s nothing wrong with that!

    garethc3 Top 200 reviewer08 Jan 2023

    My daughters seat, she thought it was really good, and fits its inspiration from sister act, but... More

    maxinelaugher 27 Dec 2022

    My daughters seat, she thought it was really good, and fits its inspiration from sister act, but I told her it was originally a 1950s film - she had not seen that but loved the show. Excellent tap dancing and amazing singers.

    maxinelaugher 27 Dec 2022

    The show is fighting years of comparison to not only the beloved movie, but also the previous mus... More

    josephm19 23 Jan 2023

    The show is fighting years of comparison to not only the beloved movie, but also the previous musical incarnation. Act 1 is weak and most of the tunes are either upbeat big band charts or ponderous torch songs. Shaiman and Whitman are consummate professionals but their output in act one becomes repetitive rather quickly. In act 2, the show, the music and the performances pick up steam and bring it all home- something you don't usually see in a Broadway show. Is it a great show- no. But to take a look at a problematic movie and adapt it for today's sensibilities is honorable and it mostly works. An out of town tryout or two would have smoothed the edges more.

    josephm19 23 Jan 2023
    allisond7 21 Jan 2023
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