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Marquis Theater

1535 Broadway


September 12, 2011 (Closing: December 30, 2011)

Broadway Musical (Revival)

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Follies tickets return to Broadway this summer for the revival! The Stephen Sondheim musical makes a valiant return to the big stage. Though reviews and thoughts on its return remain mixed there are a lot of buzz for this legendary stage show's return. The story of a reunion in a crumbling Broadway theatre with a book by James Goldman will be making its third appearance this summer along the Great White Way.

The Original

Follies tickets first went on sale on April 4, 1971 at the Winter Garden Theatre when the musical premiered. The production was under the direction of Harold Prince and Michael Bennett, with choreography by Bennett. Follies closed after 522 performances citing "financial failure" and reporting a loss of $792,000. Though the production was unable to re coop costs, it found success with 11 Tony Nominations and winning seven. The production's musical score would go onto produce many Broadway standards, including "Broadway Baby," "I'm Still Here," "Too Many Mornings," "Could I Leave You?" and "Losing My Mind". The production had its pre-Broadway tryout at the Colonial Theatre, Boston, from February 20 through March 20, 1971.

The Story

Follies include music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and a book by James Goldman. The story centers around two couples who hold a reunion at a crumbling Broadway Theatre. The performers of the musical revue "Weismann's Follies," decide to get together before the theatre's demolition. The show they were part of was a long-running act between the World Wars. Sally Durant Plummer and Phyllis Rogers Stone were two showgirls in the act who are now married (unhappily) to Buddy and Benjamin. The couples spend their time at the reunion reliving and longing for their past hay-days.

Follies would go onto play many different theater's after it Broadway run. The show moved to Los Angeles in 1972 at the Shubert Theatre. In 1987 Follies, tickets sold for the 1987 West End debut and also play in many U.S regional theater's. In 2001, The Roundabout Theatre brought the first Broadway revival at the Belasco Theatre on April 5, 2001. The revival closed on July 14, 2001 after 117 performances and 32 previews. In 2002, a London revival was produced for a limited engagement. In 2011 Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts mounted a fully staged production of Follies, which then has transferred to the Marquis Theatre on Broadway for a limited run. Previews opened on August 7, 2011 with a scheduled opening night set for September 12, 2011.

Follies is considered a legendary Stephen Sondheim musical production. The show includes all the memorable songs such as "Too Many Mornings," "Broadway Baby," and "I'm Still Here." Make sure to book your Follies tickets before this wonderful musical leave's Broadway!

Tickets Information

Follies tickets are on sale at the box office for between $47.00 and $137.00. Premium seats and soldout show times are running between $82.00 and $223.00. You can view oiur great selection of Follies tickets online by clicking the link.

Show Times

Wed & Sat 2pm
Sun 3pm

Tue 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.


Bernadette Peters - Sally Durant Plummer
Jan Maxwell - Phyllis Rogers Stone
Danny Burstein - Buddy Plummer
Ron Raines - Benjamin Stone
Elaine Paige - Carlotta Campion
Terrence Currier - Theodore Whitman
Christian Delcroix - Young Buddy
Rosalind Elias - Heidi Schiller
Colleen Fitzpatrick - Dee Dee West
Lora Lee Gayer - Young Sally
Michael Hayes - Roscoe
Florence Lacey - Sandra Crane
Linda Lavin - Hattie Walker
Régine - Solange LaFitte
David Sabin - Dimitri Weismann
Kirsten Scott - Young Phyllis
Frederick Strother - Max Deems
Nick Verina - Young Ben
Susan Watson - Emily Whitman
Terri White - Stella Deems
Lawrence Alexander, Brandon Bieber, John Carroll, Sara Edwards, Leslie Flesner (Young Dee Dee), Jenifer Foote (Young Hattie), Leah Horowitz (Young Heidi), Suzanne Hylenski (Young Solange), Danielle Jordan, Joe Kolinski, Amanda Larsen, Brittany Marcin, Edrie Means, Erin Moore (Young Stella), Pamela Otterson (Young Carlotta), Clifton Samuels, Kiira Schmidt (Young Sandra), Brian Shepard, Sam Strasfeld, Amos Wolff and Ashley Yeater.


Music and lyrics - Stephen Sondheim
Book - James Goldman
Directed - Eric Schaeffer
Choreography - Warren Carlyle
Musical direction - James Moore
Scenic design - Derek McLane
Costume design - Gregg Barnes
Lighting design - Natasha Katz
Sound design - Kai Harada
Original orchestrations - Jonathan Tunick's

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