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Beautiful tells the fascinating tale of one of the greatest performers and songwriters in pop music, Carole King. Developed from a well-written book by Douglas McGrath, the musical features a memorable collection of early rock hits, including ""Take Good Care of My Baby"" and ""Some Kind of Wonderful"". With Jessie Mueller playing the shy Brooklyn Jewish girl who blossoms into a shining star, the Beautiful Broadway show also features fellow songwriters Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann, convincingly played by Anika Larsen and Jarrod Spector. Slick scene changes using the theatre's revolving floor ensure continuity and keep the audience glued to the stage throughout.
This epic musical opened on 12th January 2014, at Broadway's Stephen Sondheim Theatre. In the same year, it scooped several prestigious awards, including the two Tony Awards for 'Best Leading Actress in a Musical' presented to Mueller and 'Best Sound Design' awarded to Brian Ronan. Also that year, Beautiful Broadway earned Mueller the Drama Desk award for 'Outstanding Actress' while Anika Larsen won the 'Outstanding Featured Actress', both in the 'Musicals' category. A year later in 2015, the Beautiful Broadway musical won a highly-coveted Grammy Award for the 'Best Musical Theater Album', further proof of its irrefutable success.
Beautiful the Carole King musical is currently running at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre on Broadway, Manhattan's Theater District. The closest subway stations are Time Square and 42nd Street. The Roundabout Theatre Company runs the venue, which first opened in 1918. Nearly a century later in 2004, the theatre underwent major 5-year refurbishment, turning it theatre into a truly modernised Broadway gem.
The Beautiful Broadway show has a running time of two hours and 30 minutes. This includes a 15-minute interval. The recommended age for seeing the show is 11 years or older. The musical doesn't contain any bad language, but there's a reference to narcotics. Before buying tickets for Beautiful NYC, please be aware that children under four aren't allowed into the theatre. Furthermore, a ticket is required for everyone attending the show. Most noteworthy is that the theatre is wheelchair accessible and has no steps to access the entrance and auditorium. Finally, there's no set dress code.
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