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Central Avenue Breakdown  | Open: 10/10/11 Close: 10/16/11
Central Avenue Breakdown will get its World Premiere at the 2011 New York Musical Theatre Festival. Central Avenue Breakdown features music & lyrics by Kevin Ray, book by Kevin Ray & Josh Sohn with additional Story by Suellen Vance.  This new musical will begin performances on October 10 andinitially run through October 16 at Signature Theatre’s The Peter Norton Space (555 West 42nd Street). Tickets are $20 and can be purchased online at www.nymf.org or by calling (212) 352-3101. For more information about the festival please visit http://www.NYMF.org or http://www.centralavenuebreakdown.com

                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

It's 1940s Los Angeles and the hottest place to be seen is Central Avenue, in the shadow of Hollywood where hot swing blows all night long at clubs like Jack's Chicken Basket and the Club Alabam. Brothers Bill and Jim Marcel are sax players struggling to carve out their own legacies, but first they must overcome a destructive rivalry, addiction, and tragedy before it's too late.

 

The cast includes: Albert Christmas (Bway: Ragtime, FX’s “Lights Out,” “Blue Bloods”), Rodrick Covington (Bway: The Lion King, Regional: The Brother/Sister Plays, Venice), Jennie L. Harney (Children of God, Beehive), Rebecca LaChance (Broadway Rising Stars Concert), Thaddeus McCants (Regional: Spelling Bee, West Side Story), Eileen Patterson, Nicole Powell (Bway: Ragtime, Hairspray), Ken Robinson (Bway: Baby It’s You), Lou Steele (Aida, Miss Saigon),Josh Tower (Bway: The Lion King, Ragtime. Off: Langston in Harlem Audelco nomination), Anne Marie Vick (A Chorus Line, White Christmas, Anything Goes).