An American in Paris Enchants Through Song and Dance

Westchester Broadway Theatre’s An American in Paris is a stunningly gorgeous and enchanting production. The cast brings George Gershwin’s music to life with a vibrancy that will keep your eyes glued to their movements. The tension between Jerry and Lise, played by Brandon Haagenson and Deanna Doyle, is palpable in their dances. Tommaso Antico, as Adam Hochberg moves from narrator to active character seamlessly, and has an ease to him reminiscent of great American crooners. Jonathan Young as Henri Baurel has the perfect balance of goofiness and intelligence that makes his character shine among an already very strong cast. 

An American in Paris runs through November 24th, so before the holidays are upon us, gift yourself a night at WBT to see this amazing productions.

Reservations: Call (914) 592-2222.  Visit: www.BroadwayTheatre.com

Group Reservations: Discounts for Groups of 20 or More: Call (914) 592-2225.

Luxury Boxes: Call (914) 592-8730. For private parties of 6 to 22. Enjoy dining and theatre in an elegant private box. Additional features include an expanded dinner menu, hot and cold hors d’oeuvres, private powder room, and Luxury Box reserved parking.

Show Times:

Wednesday & Thursday & some Friday Matinees: Lunch: 11:30 am &

Show 1 pm.

Thursday, Friday, & Saturday Evenings: Dinner: 6:30 pm & Show: 8 pm.

Sunday Matinees: Lunch: 12 pm & Show: 1:30 pm

Sunday Evenings: Dinner: 5:30 pm & Show: 7 pm.

Ticket Prices: Dinner & Show range between $61.00 to $91.00 PLUS TAX depending on the performance chosen. Beverage Service & Gratuities are not included in the ticket price. Discounts are available for children, students, and senior citizens at selected performances. Also check the website for on-going Special Offers!

Westchester Broadway Theatre

Is Proud to Present

An American In Paris

Music & Lyrics by Music and lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin

Book by Craig Lucas

Directed & Choreographed by Richard Stafford

Musical Direction by Ryan Wise

Through NOVEMBER 24th, 2019

Our Most Lavish Production! The thrilling story of a young American soldier, a beautiful French girl, and an indomitable European city, each yearning for a new beginning in the aftermath of war.

Hoping to start a new life, World War II veteran Jerry Mulligan chooses newly liberated Paris as the place to make a name for himself as a painter. But Jerry's life becomes complicated when he meets Lise, a young Parisian shop girl with her own secret - and realizes he is not her only suitor.

Described as an extended symphonic poem, George Gershwin’s 1928 “An American in Paris rapidly became one of his most famous compositions. The 1951 MGM film starring Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron was inspired by Gershwin’s score and became one of the studio’s most acclaimed and famous movie musicals, winning six Academy Awards. In 2015.

The stage musical was inspired by the Academy Award-winning film and features a score which includes the Gershwin songs “I Got Rhythm,” “'S Wonderful,” “But Not for Me,” “Stairway to Paradise,” “They Can’t Take That Away”  and “An American In Paris.”

Starring: Brandon Haagenson as Jerry MulliganDeanna Doyle as Lise Dassin, Erika Amato as Madame BaurelTommaso Antico as Adam Hochberg, Lauren Sprague as Milo Davenportand Jonathan Young as Henri Baurel. 

With: Danielle Behrens, Rachel Beiswenger, Joseph Cullinane, Jamie Foord, Tim Fuchs, Rachael Britton Hart, Leeds Hill, Katy Kauffman, Ian Knauer, Ryan Lambert, Garrett Marks, Leisa Mather, Georgina Moore, Collin Sanderson, Rebecca Shulla, Joey Simon, Charity Van Tassel, Kate Wesler, Kent Zimmerman.

Directed & Choreographed by Richard StaffordThe Associate Choreographer is Joseph Cullinane, The Musical Direction is by Ryan Wise, Set Design by Steve LoftusLighting Design by Andrew GmoserSound Design by Mark ZuckermanThe Costume Designer is Keith Nielsen, Wig & Hair Design by Gerard Kelly, the Production Stage Manager is Victor Lukas, ASM is Theresa Stark, and Properties are by Grumpy’s Props. Lisa Tiso is the Associate Producer.


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