Invite a friend
Aspiring actress Peggy Sawyer moves to New York City to make her mark and lands her first job as a chorus girl. When the star breaks her ankle, Peggy is pushed center stage. With only 36 hours to learn her lines and ten dance numbers, can she save the show? Originally a 1933 film, 42nd Street made its way to Broadway in 1980, where it became one of the longest-running shows in Broadway history, winning two Tony Awards in the process.
Dates: Friday, May 13 at 8pm. Saturday, May 14 at 2pm. Sunday, May 15 at 2pm. Friday, May 20 at 8pm. Saturday, May 21 at 2pm and 8pm. Sunday, May 22 at 2pm
|Where||Walnut Hill School for the Arts 12 Highland St, Natick, MA 01760|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Who to bring||Everyone, Teens, Families|
|Price||$27.50 adults/$20 seniors and students|
More About Walnut Hill School for the Arts
Located on a beautiful campus spotted with shady trees and wide open common areas, the Walnut Hill School for the Arts is a boarding high school for students with talents in ballet, writing, music, theater and visual arts. Students also take a variety of math, science, language and humanities courses throughout their stay. Those who excel academically may be allowed into one of several honors societies that Walnut Hill has to offer. Many of the students who have attended WHS have gone on to attend prestigious music and arts colleges such as the New England Conservatory of Music, the Julliard School and the Boston Conservatory. Students receive the attention they need to nurture their artistic talents from the 25 teachers on staff. Eight dormitories divided by gender with about 15 students each are overseen by an adult "dormitory parent." Founded in 1893, numerous well-known artists have stepped through Walnut Hill's doors, including prize winning poet Elizabeth Bishop and artist Marion Pooke.