42nd Street Backdrops For Rent

Based upon the 1932 novel written by Bradford Rope and the subsequent Hollywood adaptation in 1933, 42nd Street The Musical tells the story of a middle-American, small-town girl named Peggy Sawyer who chases her dreams to make it on Broadway.

A true love-letter to classic Broadway musicals, 42nd Street The Musical is a timeless classic, bringing the unique feel and glitz of Broadway productions wherever it’s performed. The show includes legendary songs such as “We’re In The Money,” “Shuffle Off To Buffalo,” and “Lullaby of Broadway.”

Are you putting on a production of 42nd Street The Musical? You’ll want to make sure that your set captures that feel of 1930s New York City, a setting unique for its Great Depression-era desolation, yet somehow still capturing the glitz and glam of The Big Apple.From the twinkling New York City skyline to Central Park and down into the city streets, filled with neon lights, we offer the very best New York City backdrop rentals, perfect for 42nd Street The Musical. Our backdrops are durable and easy to set up, ensuring that your 42nd Street The Musical backdrop rentals last throughout the production schedule and captures the unique, one-of-a-kind magic of Broadway.

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More About 42nd Street The Musical

42nd Street is a musical with a book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble, lyrics by Al Dubin, and music by Harry Warren. The 1980 Broadway production, directed by an ailing Gower Champion, orchestrated by Philip J. Lang and starring Jerry Orbach as Julian Marsh, Tammy Grimes as Dorothy Brock, Wanda Richert as Peggy Sawyer, and Lee Roy Reams as Billy Lawlor won the Tony Award for Best Musical and became a long-running hit. The show was produced in London in 1984 (winning the Olivier Award for Best Musical) and its 2001 Broadway revival won the Tony for Best Revival. The show is frequently revived 42ndStreet

Based on the novel by Bradford Ropes and the subsequent 1933 film adaptation, it focuses on the efforts of famed dictatorial Great White Way director Julian Marsh to mount a successful stage production of a musical extravaganza at the height of the Great Depression.