This innovative and original 90 minute revue features some of Broadway’s most memorable songs and dances. Unlike other shows, this production employs cutting edge technology to bring the audience in to the production.

Project Description

Broadway Standing Room Only is a high energy production show that highlights some of Broadway’s most adored and recognized musical numbers. The award winning shows include: A Chorus Line, Les Miserables, Man of LaMancha, The Will Rogers Follies, Cabaret, Phantom Of The Opera, Grand Hotel, Sweet Charity, Carousel, 42nd Street, Rent and many more. Ten time Tony Award winner Tommy Tune guides the audience through the show that will have guests on their feet.

Tommy Tune

Ten-time Tony Award winner Tommy Tune appears via hologram video and welcomes the audience to the magical world of Broadway. From dancer and actor to choreographer and director, Tommy has done it all and will reappear from time to time throughout the show

42nd Street

As the curtain rises the LED wall shows us images of Times Square and Broadway marquis throughout the years. A man steps into a single spot and sings an upbeat version of Lullaby of Broadway from the smash musical 42nd Street.


As the music begins, pieces of a carousel are brought on stage by the cast. As the music soars, the cast dances to one of the most well-known and beloved songs from the American Musical songbook – The Carousel Waltz from the Tony Award winning show – Carousel.

Fiddler On The Roof

The original Broadway production of Fiddler On The Roof, opened in 1964,and held the record for the longest-running Broadway musical for almost 10 years It won nine Tony Awards, including Best Musical and is currently on Broadway celebrating its 50th anniversary. This is a medley of the iconic songs If I Were A Rich Man and Tradition,


From one of Broadways biggest musicals ever and the winner of numerous awards throughout the year comes Gypsy. The number combines two of the shows breath-taking moments. First is the penultimate song Rose’s Turn. As the song nears the end, Mazeppa, Electra and Tessy arrive on stage to belt out the comic classic – You Gotta Get A Gimmick

Man of LaMancha

Just in time for the 50th anniversary of this Tony Award winning Broadway musical the cast performs one of the most memorable songs and anthems ever written for the stage. The cast performs a soaring version of To Dream The Impossible Dream from Man of LaMancha which was adapted from I, Don Quixote.

The Will Rogers Follies

Tommy Tune won a Tony Award for creating this eye-popping number. A set of stairs slide on stage. With the iconic Will in the center and surrounded by all the girls in red, white and blue, the cast performs the amazing Favorite Son from The Will Rogers Follies

Sweet Charity

sweet-charity-logoClassic Fosse comes to life in a medley of two of his most well-known numbers from Sweet Charity. Meet the girls of the Fandango Ballroom in Big Spender and then Bob Fosses’ Rich Man’s Frug.

Hello, Dolly

With a staircase still in place we journey back to one of America’s favorite musicals by the legendary Jerry Herman. The iconic Hello, Dolly and Before The Parade Passes By.


20 years ago,¬†the Broadway musical was once again changed forever with the Tony Award winning musical Rent. Based on Puccini’s La Boheme, Rent is set to a contemporary score and tackles the social issues of today. The full company sings the soaring opening of Act 2 – Seasons Of Love.

Grand Hotel

Tommy Tune won a Tony Award for his jaw-dropping choreography of the epic musical version of Grand Hotel and the number We’ll Take A Glass Together


In 2003, a musical opened on Broadway and forever changed the medium. As a prequel to the Wizard of Oz Wicked is the musical tale of the witches of Oz. To this day, Wicked continues to wow audiences around the world. This number is a medley of two of the shows biggest numbers – One Short Day and the epic Defying Gravity

Into The Woods

Stephen Sondheim wrote this musical that takes on what happens after happily ever after in the fairy tales we all know and love so much. This duet is No One Is Alone from the musical Into The Woods.

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The Phantom Of The Opera

No Broadway revue would be complete without featuring the world’s longest running musical – The Phantom Of The Opera. With the stairs still in place, the cast comes on stage in stunning Victorian style costumes while they sing the opening of Act 2 – Masquerade. As the song winds down a man and woman are left on stage to sing the iconic and world famous song Music Of The Night.

Les Miserables

Nobody could have imagined that Victor Hugo’s epic novel of the French Revolution would make a musical but Cameron Mackintosh soared a smash hit with the Tony Award winning musical Les Miserables which is still playing to sold-out audiences around the world. The company sings the Act 1 Finale – One Day More.

Camelot / Spamalot



Another classic musical combined with a recent Tony Award winner. Audiences will love this combination of If Ever I Would Leave You from Camelot and the raucous Knights of the Round Table from Monty Python’s Spamalot!


Another Kander & Ebb classic musical has been reimagined over the years continuing to win Tony Awards and wow audiences. The audience will immediately recognize Cabaret from the musical of the same name.


In 2005, a small musical blew the roof off of the August Wilson Theatre on Broadway and continues to bring sold out audiences to their feet every day around the world.

This is a medley of tunes from the Tony Award winning Jersey Boys and includes Stay, Oh What A Night, Sherry and a few other classics!

Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is a musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber. The story is based on the “coat of many colors” story of Joseph from the Bible’s Book of Genesis. This was the first Lloyd Webber and Rice musical to be performed publicly.

A Chorus Line – One

As Broadway: Standing Room Only comes to a close, we feature the most famous finale! From the Tony Award winning musical A Chorus Line – One. “One,” the finale, is Bennett’s masterpiece of style. It begins with an individual bow for each of the performers now dressed in iconic¬†gold costumes.

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