How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
A musical parody of 1960's corporate America, the show traces the journey of ambitious mailroom clerk J. Pierrepont Finch, who rockets to the top of Worldwide Wickets through a combination of brown-nosing, dumb luck and advice from the guidebook of the title. Includes the songs "I Believe in You," "Brotherhood of Man," "Coffee Break," "A Secretary Is Not a Toy" and "The Company Way."Average Rating: based on 4 votes
Show Category: Musical
Starring: Daniel Radcliffe
|Opening:||Feb 26, 2011|
|Closing:||May 20, 2011|
Al Hirschfeld Theatre
302 West 45th Street
New York, NY
Between 8th and 9th Ave.
ENTERTAINMENT at it's finest! I haven't seen a show this good in literally decades! This show got everything just right. It is funny, well cast and well acted. You leave the theater so much happier than when you went in. To my pleasant surprise, Daniel Radcliffe is an terrific actor. He holds his own with John Laroquette easily. If you can only see one show, and want a great time - this could be it.
Daniel Radcliffe proved that he is both a talented and versatile actor. The singing and dancing was excellent with humor interjected at just the right times. John Laroquette was perfect in his role and now I couldn't imagine any other. The rest of the cast was also outstanding. Truly a treat for the senses............
How to Succeed was a light hearted traditional Broadway musical. The story was pretty funny and the comedy was well delivered. The dancing, costumes, and sets were all top quality. The music wasn't very memorable and the story was very dated. All the women were portrayed as dumb or aspiring to be good wives. If you go into the show keeping in mind the time in which it was written it can be quite entertaining.
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