Jerome Robbins’ Broadway celebrates classic music and choreography from the golden age of the American musical.
In its first major staging since leaving Broadway in 1990, Jerome Robbins’ Broadway is an epic musical anthology that honors the career highlights of Tony Award-winning director and choreographer, Jerome Robbins. Filled with mesmerizing production numbers from some of Robbins’ biggest hits, including West Side Story, On the Town, Peter Pan, The King and I and Fiddler on the Roof, this is one monumental Muny premiere befitting a celebratory start to our centennial season!
The word hell is used multiple times.
Some song lyrics and choreography contain mild sexual innuendo.
A dance sequence from West Side Story includes a knife fight between two rival gangs.
Drugs and Alcohol
The song “Charleston” makes a reference to alcohol use during Prohibition.
The song “America” contains a reference to smoking.
The song “America” includes a racial epithet.
“Small House of Uncle Thomas,” a musical number from the classic 1950s musical The King and I, depicts a slave running from her master.