Mary Poppins

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  • Mary Poppins

  • September 19, 2012
  • On Broadway

 

Mary Poppins

Children find something thoroughly enchanting about Mary Poppins, this musical’s lead character. There is also something equally enchanting to adults about her. Mary Poppins is not your normal nanny—part magician, part songstress and part child, she is an amazingly bright, inventive and caring adult. This is her story, complete with mesmerizing special effects, precision dance numbers and thoroughly enjoyable music. If you loved the movie Mary Poppins, you will love the stage show

Synopsis

Bert sings, “Oh, it’s a jolly holiday with Mary…” and so it is. Mary Poppins may bemuse some adults who are stuffed shirts, but for those who have a sense of humor and adventure and for all children, she is simply a kind and warming ray of sunshine.
When Mary Poppins comes to the Banks’ household to try to reign in the children, Jane and Michael, no one is willing to give her a chance in a million that she’ll succeed. She finds it hard going at first, but her talent, kind but stern manner and ability to put song, dance and flighty magic into what for many is a dull life, wins over the children and eventually even the adults .
Mary Poppins on stage is a total joy for children and adults.

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SHOW FACTS

Cast
Mary Poppins Steffanie Leigh
Bert Nicolas Dromard
Mrs. Banks Blythe Wilson
Mrs. Brill Valerie Boyle
Robertson Ay Dennis Moench
Michael Banks (alternating performances) Noah Marlowe
Michael Banks (alternating performances) Tyler Merna

Michael Banks (alternating performances) Lewis Grosso

Jane Banks (alternating performances) Rachel Resheff
Jane Banks (alternating performances) Kara Oates
Jane Banks (alternating performances) Camille Mancuso
Miss Andrew Ruth Gottschall
Mr. Banks Karl Kenzler
Bird Woman Ann Arvia

Creative

Based on the Stories by P.L. Travers
Featuring Songs from the Film by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman
Directors Richard Eyre and Matthew Bourne
New Songs by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe
Book Julian Fellowes
Choreographer Matthew Bourne and Stephen Mear
Set and Costume Design Bob Crowley
Lighting Design Howard Harrison
Sound Design Steven Canyon Kennedy

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THE NEW AMSTERDAM THEATRE
214 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036
Preview: Oct. 5, 2001  Open: Oct. 18, 2001 Status: Closed Mar. 3, 2013

 

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