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Broadway 'Promises' a March to Remember

March 1, 2010 - New musicals and classic revivals will start performances on Broadway throughout the month of March.

Come Fly with Me is a new musical directed by Twyla Tharp and features songs from the legendary Frank Sinatra. Performances will begin on March 1 at the Marquis Theatre.

The creepy and kooky, mysterious and spooky Addams Family makes their way to Broadway this month. Previews start at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on March 8.

Anthony LaPaglia, Justin Bartha, and Tony Shalhoub star in Lend Me a Tenor, a comedy about a presumably dead opera singer and his understudy. Previews begin on March 11 at the Music Box Theatre.

Red starts previews at the John Golden Theatre on March 11. A transfer from London, the play exposes expressionist artist Mark Rothko’s struggle to deal with fame and riches.

Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash get together to rock and roll at a 1965 jam session in the musical Million Dollar Quartet. Performances begin on March 13 at the Nederlander Theatre.

Sondheim on Sondheim previews at Studio 54 on March 19. The musical provides an intimate portrait of the lyricist and songwriter and features a star-studded cast that includes Vanessa Williams, Barbara Cook, and Tom Wopat.

Featuring the music from the acclaimed Green Day album of the same name, American Idiot begins performances on March 24 at the St. James Theatre.

Promises, Promises (and Tony-winner Kristin Chenoweth) return to Broadway beginning March 27 at the Broadway Theatre. Sean Hayes also stars as Chuck Baxter, a young executive who lets his boss use his apartment for extramarital affairs.

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