Music by Cy Coleman
Lyrics by Dorothy Fields
Book by Neil Simon

Runtime: 2hrs


SWEET CHARITY opened at the Palace Theatre on Broadway on July 15, 1967. It was an instant hit and earned its creator, Bob Fosse a Tony award for Best Choreographer.

The story follows our hapless-in-love heroine, Charity Hope Valentine, as she tries to find a type of love that will get her out of the dance hall.

Cy Coleman’s and Dorothy Fields’ amazing score includes the hits, BIG SPENDER, IF THEY COULD SEE ME NOW, and WHERE AM I GOING. 

Please note that this production of SWEET CHARITY is intended for MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY.

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