Written by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble with lyrics by Al Dubin and music by Harry Warren, the Broadway classic 42nd Street tells the story of Peggy Sawyer, a small town girl who gets promoted from a chorus girl to a star when the lead actress of Pretty Lady falls and breaks her ankle. Filled with breathtaking spectacles and famous musical numbers such as There's A Sunny Side To Every Situation and 42nd Street, the production has won various awards for it's runs on Broadway in 1980 (Tony, Best Musical) as well as the revival in 2001 (Tony, Best Revival). In 2001, former SNL star Christine Ebersole won a Tony for her performances as Dorothy, the fallen star in the show within the show. The show has since then embarked on various national and international tours, including stints in Asia and The United Kingdom. As the musical continues to be one of the most popular plays across the nation, musical fans seek 42nd Street tickets to see this American classic brought to life.