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Act One, New York's intense and tempestuous play, is an endearing stage adaptation of Moss Hart's memoir. Don't miss your chance to experience the thrill of this LIVE theater production. Buy your Act One tickets now!
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Act One Theater Tickets

Make sure you don’t miss out on the theater performance that has taken New York by storm! Act One is a Broadway smash hit that will appeal to all audiences. Get your Act One tickets today and don’t miss a minute!

Act One is a musical play adapted from Moss Hart’s autobiographical novel of the same name. Hart is responsible for many Broadway hits, including 1934’s Merrily We Roll Along and 1936’s You Can&rsqquo;t Take It With You, which won a Pulitzer Prize. In 1963 the book Act One was even adapted into a movie of the same name.

Moss Hart is one of the most celebrated playwrights and directors in cinematic history. He wrote the screenplay for Judy Garland’; hit A Star Is Born. He was also the director of the most successful musical in Broadway history, My Fair Lady, and the beloved musical Camelot.

The story, told through music and talented actors like Tony Shalhoub, Debra Monk, Chuck Cooper and David Turner chronicles Moss Hart’s impoverished New York childhood and his long struggle to Broadway success. It is full of moments of conflict and victory that will move and amaze any theatergoer.