The SpongeBob Musical is co-conceived and directed by Tina Landau with a book by Kyle Jarrow, music supervision by Tom Kitt. The SpongeBob Musical is to be a one-of-a-kind musical event with original songs by Steven Tyler and Joe Perry of Aerosmith, Jonathan Coulton, Dirty Projectors, The Flaming Lips, John Legend, Lady Antebellum, Cyndi Lauper, Panic! At the Disco, Plain White T’s, They Might Be Giants and T.I., with an additional song by David Bowie and additional lyrics by Jonathan Coulton. The design team includes scenic and costume design by David Zinn, lighting design by Kevin Adams, projection design by Peter Nigrini and sound design by Walter Trarbach.
The SpongeBob Musical unleashes anarchic absurdity under the sea… and on Broadway. Conceived and directed by Tina Landau (Steppenwolf Theatre Company), it delivers a tidal wave of original music by songwriting royalty like John Legend, Cyndi Lauper, The Flaming Lips, T.I., Lady Antebellum, and Steven Tyler and Joe Perry of Aerosmith.
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Opening Night 04, Dec 2017
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Lilli Cooper – Sandy Cheeks
Gavin Lee – Squidward
Danny Skinner – Broadway Debut – Patrick
Ethan Slater – Broadway Debut – SpongeBob SquarePants
Conceived by Tina Landau
Book by Kyle Jarrow
Original Songs by Yolanda Adams, Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Sara Bareilles, Jonathan Coulton, Alexander Ebert, The Flaming Lips, John Legend, Lady Antebellum, Cyndi Lauper, Panic! At the Disco, Plain White T’s, They Might Be Giants and T.I.; An Original Song by David Bowie; Additional lyrics by Jonathan Coulton; Music orchestrated by Tom Kitt; Music arranged by Tom Kitt
Directed by Tina Landau
Choreographed by Christopher Gattelli
Scenic Design by David Zinn
Costume Design by David Zinn
Lighting Design by Kevin Adams
Sound Design by Walter Trarbach
Projection Design by Peter Nigrini
Hair and Wig Design by Charles G. LaPointe
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The Palace Theatre is a Broadway theatre located at 1564 Broadway (at West 47th Street) in midtown Manhattan, New York City. From 1913 through about 1929, the Palace attained legendary status among vaudeville performers as the flagship of the monopolistic Keith – Albee organization, and the most desired booking in the country. Designed by Milwaukee architects Kirchoff & Rose, the 1,740-seat theatre was funded by Martin Beck, a vaudeville entrepreneur based in San Francisco, in an attempt to challenge Keith-Albee’s east-coast monopoly.
Albee in turn demanded that Beck turn over three-quarters ownership to use acts from the Keith circuit. Beck took the deal, and was in charge of the booking. When the theatre finally opened on March 24, 1913 with headliner Ed Wynn, it was not an instant success. It lost money for months. The theater is notorious, too, for its enormous and difficult-to-sell second balcony in which nearly every seat has an obstructed view.
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|1564 Broadway (between 46th St & 47th St) New York, NY 10036|
|Subway: A, C, E to 42nd St–Port Authority; N, Q, R, 42nd St S, 1, 2, 3, 7 to 42nd St–Times Square|
|Monday – Tuesday 10.00am – 8pm Weds -Saturday : 10am – 8.30 pm Sunday Noon – 600pm|
|Theatre representatives are available to meet patrons with disabilities in the lobby of the building to escort them to designated wheelchair accessible areas.|
|There are designated wheelchair and companion spaces in the rear of the Orchestra section. This theatre is not equipped with an elevator or escalator|
|The Palace is equipped with wheelchair accessible restrooms on the Orchestra level.|