42nd Street Moon

Sharon Rietkerk as Evangeline Edwards, fresh out of finishing school in Switzerland, contemplates setting out to "experiment" on the Continent.

Review: ‘Nymph Errant’ – Modest delights of a Cole Porter rarity

42nd Street Moon, once again, must be congratulated for giving theatergoers a rare opportunity to experience one of the early efforts of a true genius

San Francisco: Maureen McVerry to direct Gershwin’s ‘Oh, Kay!’

Set on a Long Island estate, the musical focuses on a trio of English bootleggers who land in the middle of romantic intrigue and hi-jinks at the height of Prohibition.
Up for Bid at 42nd Street Moon's Auction: Autographed Copy of Gloria Swanson's Autobiography

42nd St. Moon auction features unusual ‘Broadway Kissing Booth’

The theater's first online auction begins June 6 and culminates with a silent auction at the Alcazar Theatre June 20.
Ninotchka (Lee Ann Payne) explains the Communist theory of romance to a skeptical Steve Canfield (Ian Simpson) in the song 'It's a Chemical Reaction, That's All.' from 42nd Street Moon’s production of Cole Porter’s SILK STOCKINGS. Photo by DavidAllenStudio.com.

Silk Stockings – Successful return of a forgotten musical

It’s been twenty years since the fall of the Iron Curtain, and despite its undeniable shortcomings, capitalism as an economic model has been widely embraced by the former “Red” nation-states.
Lost in their own worlds, Joan (Samantha Bruce) and Jim (Michael Scott Wells) reveal their romantic longings in the classic Gershwin song "The Man I Love (The Girl I Love)" in Strike Up the Band.

‘Strike up the Band’ another winner from the San Francisco Company that knows how!

This wonderful production once again demonstrates the depth of talent and creativity that one has come to expect when visiting the Eureka Theatre in San Francisco.
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Rodgers and Hart classic ‘Babes in Arms’ coming to 42nd Street Moon

Babes in Arms is the granddaddy of all “barn musical” shows.
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42nd St. Moon presents ‘Murder for Two: A Killer Musical’ in November

Described as two parts Agatha Christie, and one part old-fashioned musical comedy with a dash of 21st century flair.