Come Fly Away

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Marquis Theater

1535 Broadway

2 hours and 30 mins with one intermission

March 25th, 2010 (Open-Ended)

Broadway Musical

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Twyla Tackles Frank!

Come Fly Away, the new Twyla Tharp dance musical set to the tunes of Frank Sinatra is headed for Broadway. The production will begin previews on March 1, 2010 at the Marquis Theatre. Originally titled Come Fly With Me, the play had its world-premiere engagement at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta this past September, and will officially open March 25, 2010. Tony nominees Keith Roberts and John Selya, who starred in the world premiere, will reprise their performances on Broadway.

The show is about four couples who fall in and out of love. It features classic Sinatra vocals such as "Fly Me to the Moon," "My Way" and "That's Life." The story is intertwined with the legendary vocals of Sinatra with a live onstage 19-piece big band and 15 dancers. The show’s score incorporates both classic and newly discovered vocal performances from the Sinatra archives along with signature arrangements by Nelson Riddle, Billy May and Quincy Jones.

The cast is lead by Roberts and Selya, both veterans of Tharp's Movin' Out. They will be joined by the production's original principal dancers Alexander Brady, Rika Okamoto, Karine Plantadit, Matthew Dibble, Holley Farmer, Laura Mead and Charlie Neshyba-Hodges. The ensemble will feature Kristine Bendul, Colin Bradbury, Alexander Brady, Todd Burnsed, Jeremy Cox, Carolyn Doherty, Amanda Edge, Cody Green, Heather Hamilton, Laurie Kanyok, Meredith Miles, Marielys Molina, Eric Otto, Justin Peck, Joel Prouty, Ashley Tuttle and Ron Todorowski.

Tony Award winner Tharp is no stranger to the Sinatra genre. Her creative relationship with the music began in 1976 with Once More Frank, a duet created for the American Ballet Theatre, performed by Tharp and Mikhail Baryshnikov. The collaboration continued with Nine Sinatra Songs, Tharp’s acclaimed piece for 14 dancers, which had its world premiere with Twyla Tharp Dance in 1982, and was followed by Sinatra Suite, a duet featuring Baryshnikov and Elaine Kudo, which had its world premiere in 1984 with American Ballet Theatre at the Kennedy Center. When Frank Sinatra received his Kennedy Center Honors Award, he requested that Sinatra Suite be performed.

Come Fly Away is a can’t miss experience. Tharp's choreography and Sinatra's classics combined with the electrifying live band and 15 of the best dancers in the world work to create an amazing production. This is probably one of the most original shows on Broadway, and one you won't want to miss. Tickets go on sale January, 18, 2010. The production is currently being billed as an open-ended show.

Tickets Information

Come Fly Away tickets are running between $65.00 and $125.00 at the box office. Premium seating and sold out shows are running between $162.00 and $284.00. You can View A Great Selection Of Come Fly Away Tickets Online by clicking the link.

Show Times

Wed 2pm
Sat 2pm
Sun 3pm

Mon 8pm
Tue 7pm
Wed through Sat 8pm


Take the A, C, E trains to 42nd Street. Then onto 44th Street head north to West 45th Street, then walk east to Broadway. The Marquis is located on the third floor of the Marriot Hotel.


Matthew Dibble
Holley Farmer
Laura Mead
Charlie Neshyba-Hodges
Rika Okamoto
Karine Plantadit
Keith Roberts
John Selya
Alexander Brady
Ashley Tuttle


Direction and Choreography - Twyla Tharp
Set Design - James Youmans
Costume Design - Katherine Roth
Lighting Design - Donald Holder
Sound Design - Peter McBoyle
Music Supervision - Patrick Vacciarello
Orchestrations - Dave Pierce and Don Sebesky
Book by - Twyla Tharp, with the music of Frank Sinatra

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