The Sunday Giveaway: Two tickets to Dames at Sea on Broadway!

Here come the Broadway shows!

The kids are back in school, the air is getting crisper, and the new Broadway season is about to kick-off just like the NFL.  Sure, we had some pre-season activities like that little ol’ show called Hamilton, but September is when things get real.

And the second musical to start previews in September will be the song-and-dance packed Dames at Sea!  (Can you guess the first?)

You know Dames at Sea, right?  Maybe you’ve even been in this “tap-happy” celebration, since it’s one of the more performed musicals around the world.

But get this . . . it has never played Broadway.

Yep, Dames at Sea is making its Broadway debut, having started as an Off-Off Broadway musical with just six people almost fifty years ago (Bernadette Peters was one of those six!).

And this production looks to be a dizzyingly good time.  It has been reimagined for Broadway by three time Tony Award nominee Randy Skinner, and stars folks like John Bolton and Mara Davi.  You can learn more about it here.

One of you want to go see it for free?

That’s what I thought!

Ok, my lovelies, here’s how you win two tickets to see Dames at Sea!

A lot of shows out there have become super popular without ever having played Broadway.  Tell me your favorite . . . and who knows, maybe some enterprising producer out there will get it up on the big stage soon enough.  Heck, if it can happen to Hedwig, it can happen to any show.

Comment below with your favorite show that hasn’t played Broadway (yet) and you could win the tickets.  Good tip-tappy luck!


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  • John says:

    Would love to see a Howard Crabtree show like When Pigs Fly get the Broadway treatment.

  • Sarah P. says:

    Heathers!!! 🙂 (Also, Bare and The Toxic Avenger…)

  • One of my all-time favorite Off-Broadway musicals that never made it to Broadway (besides “Dames at Sea!”) is the delightful and irreverent science fiction musical, “Weird Romance.” I saw it with Ellen (The Lungs) Greene, of “Little Shop of Horrors” and “Three Penny Opera” fame. I found it both hysterically funny and tragically heart-breaking.

  • Brendan Hale says:

    I would LOVE to see the amazing “Hunchback of Notre Dame” on Broadway!

  • Randi says:

    Dogfight! Love the music!

  • Luci Jo DeVoy says:

    Zanna Don’t! always has a place in my heart.

  • AmramZ says:

    Andrew Lippa’s The Wild Party! That score is incredible!

  • Kyle Morales says:

    here lies love!!

  • Reilly Hickey says:

    I would really like to see Dogfight come to Broadway! It’s such a great little show with amazing music. “Pretty Funny” gets me every time!

  • Christopher Stephens says:

    Sondheim’s Road Show would be cool to see on Broadway!

  • Sean says:

    Adding Machine

  • Faith says:

    The Baker’s Wife would be interesting.

  • Corey S. says:

    My wife and I have never had more fun at the theater than we did when we saw Disaster! from the front row of St. Luke’s. Bouncing from terribly hilarious to hilariously terrible, the musical constantly parodied itself as much as it’s subject matter. I would love to see this on Broadway, but I’m not sure that Broadway can handle it.

  • Laura Marshall says:

    Dear Evan Hansen…..but I truly believe it’s only a matter of time.

  • Jacquie says:

    Hands down “Children of Eden”. What beautiful music!!!

  • Kathleen Smith says:

    HONK! which bypassed Broadway going directly to regional despite being written by Stiles and Drew and beating out both Lion King and Mama Mia for the Olivier Award.

  • Janet says:

    Actually I”m not sure if this was on Broadway, but I saw Blood Brothers in London and also out on Long Island, and I’d love to see it again, this time on Broadway.

  • Frank says:

    Musical of Musicals (the musical) – would be adorable on Bway. I have 2 ideas of how to make it happen. Seriously…let’s make it happen!

  • Claire says:

    Adding Machine

  • Bat Boy The Musical. No contest. Fantastic musical. Running for Years!!!!

  • Mary says:

    Zanna Don’t
    Batboy the Musical
    The WILD PARTY (Andrew Lippa)

  • Lester says:

    Marry Me A Little

  • Candace says:

    Toxic Avenger! What a fun, campy show with fantastic music! I would LOVE to see it on Broadway! (I saw it with Diana DeGarmo and she was amazing!)

  • Matthew Chin says:

    Our House, the musical with music and lyrics by Madness which features songs from the ska/pop band Madness, and was named after one of their popular hit singles, “Our House”. Saw it a while ago on a trip to London. It was moving and a lot of fun.

  • Phyllis Buchalter says:

    I am a huge fan of Michael John LaChiusa. His off-Broadway production “Queen of the Mist” along with its star Mary Testa. A full-scale Broadway production of this work would really be a knock-out!

  • Marina Barry says:

    I second third and fourth BAT BOY, the musical and also toss in my personal fav — the Blue Man Group.
    Why not? Blue on B’way ~ OMG their percussion is amazing! Think of the products they could sell!

  • Karl P says:

    “The Baker’s Wife.” Beautiful music by Sptephen Schwartz that needs to be heard by Broadway audiences.

  • Melissa says:

    Zanna Don’t! I stage managed it once in summer stock and fell in love with it.

  • Love Loss and What I Wore

    Complete with rotating cast members, of course.

  • Angela Alpaugh says:


  • Lynn A says:

    already been said but i Loved –
    Here Lies Love

    Murder for Two
    but it need an intimate setting, but oh so funny

    Toxic Avenger

  • Andy says:

    “Abbacadabra”, the Cameron Macintosh produced ABBA semi-jukebox pantomime done in the UK in the early 90’s with Elaine Paige as the schoolteacher/witch. Great fun.

  • Sara Wolter says:

    Heathers or Disenchanted

  • Harley Diamond says:

    The Baker’s Wife

  • Aaron Deitsch says:

    The Last Five Years. Hands down!

  • Karen Bail says:

    Dogfight has to be one of my favorites as well as No Way To Treat. A Lady with John Lithgow!!!!!

  • Solange De Santis says:

    I’d go with Lippa’s The Wild Party.

  • Patrick McGregor II says:

    James and the Giant Peach by Pasek and Paul. Could be the next Matilda. Beautiful music, magical elements. One of the best little known scores out there!

  • Michael Mooney says:

    My favorite would be “Yank!”–I guess it could have been called “Guys at Sea.”

  • B says:

    Bat Boy or Last 5 Years

  • Brian Weiner says:

    I loved Dogfight off-Broadway and really thought it could be successful on Broadway!

  • Brian Weiner says:

    Also, I thought Murder Ballad was incredible and would do well in a Circle-In-The-Square type theater!

  • Jeryl M. says:

    I Love You You’re Perfect, Now Change

  • Zach says:

    Over The Tavern!

  • Scott Kirschenbaum says:

    Floyd Collins!

  • Rafi Levavy says:

    The Unauthorized Autobiography of Samantha Brown. Such an amazing score and a great book, as well.

  • Fred Tacon says:

    The Baker’s Wife or The Great American Trailer Park Musical. (I was in a production of Dames At Sea more than 20 years ago, and met my wife during that production.)

  • Cara says:

    I adore Tick Tick Boom! And Amen to all those who suggested Bat Boy! One of my favs.

  • Susan C says:

    And The World Goes Round–So many wonderful songs! Who could ever resist or tire of a Kander and Ebb revue?

  • Laurie B. says:

    LUCKY STIFF!!!! Got the movie treatment but has yet to be a Broadway show!!! Such a funny musical with a great score!

  • Cory says:

    There was a movie musical called “Bugsy Malone” by Paul Williams. It was made into a movie musical and starred a young Scott Baio and was a giant hit with kids. It has played in schools across the country but I think it would make a great Broadway hit.

    ” My Name is Tallulah”, ” Every Body Loves That Man” ” Do You Want To Be A Boxer” and ” Fat Sam’s Grand Slam” are just a few of the amazing songs. When I was a kid I was obsessed with this movie and I would love to see it on the Great White Way. The movie had amazing tap dance and other dance and there are many famous stars. I think if it was done correctly it could be a contender for a big fat Tony!

    And since ” Dames at Sea” has tons of tap. Please pick me as I am dying to see this and tap shows are my thing.

  • Ginger Dayle says:

    “Ordinary Days” by Adam Gwon. I don’t even know if it’s had an official off-Broadway productions. A great little musical about 4 New Yorkers’ love/hate relationship with the city. Had a few good small regional productions a few years ago, in Philly and WDC. Great music for strong singers. Can be done with just a piano but would sound equally as good with a full orchestra.

    It would be perfect off and on Broadway. Perhaps 2nd stage will consider it after they get the Helen Hayes. It would also work in Circle in The Square.

  • Meg S. says:

    I would love to see Dogfight come to broadway. It is a show that screams for a theater like the booth and it would be amazing to see Lindsay Mendez again as the leading lady!!

  • Larry & Sherri Segall says:

    love Midnight In Paris, Larry,

  • Ed K. says:

    The Laramie Project and The King’s Speech!

  • Thom Tschinkel says:

    Adam Guettel’s “Floyd Collins” and Jason Robert Brown’s “The Last 5 Years”

  • Brian says:

    Jeffrey or Bat Boy.

  • Allison M says:

    I really enjoy The Last Five Years.

  • Wend says:

    Already been said but Bare and Dogfight

  • Abe C says:

    A lot of my favorites have already been mentioned, so I’ll add Reefer Madness to the list.

  • Phyllis Drohan says:

    Getting the Band Back Together!! I saw it twice at George St. Playhouse in New Brunswick, NJ. It was hilarious and the cast was incredible, esp. Brandon Williams, Ryan Duncan, Jay K. & Alison Frasier! And the young man.
    The songs were great! (Btw, I live in Sayreville which is the setting for the show.)
    I behind it could succeed on Broadway!

  • “Tiny Tim’s Christmas Carol” a heartwarming version to feature Tim as the storyteller, done by a local community theater group in my hometown every year for a long time. The director had written the book and lyrics, his partner the music; they both are now sadly ghosts of Christmas past… I’d love to see the show again

    I once played young Ebeneezer. A pre-Tony Daisy Eagan played Tim when it once played new york!

  • Chris L says:

    “A New Brain”! I also love “Little Mary Sunshine” but I don’t know if anyone would “get it” anymore.

  • Zachary Alan Lee says:

    I don’t understand why the Nunsense shows haven’t gotten the Broadway treatment… Dan Goggin seriously has tapped into a show style that’s adaptable, affordable, and has a HUGE following!

  • Brance says:

    or Snoopy, the Musical

  • Melissa says:

    Songs for a new world. I think the music is beautiful and that it could be really gorgeous if done at the Booth Theater.

  • Jeremy Terry says:

    I just saw Mercury Fur by the New Group off-Broadway and would love to see a production of it on Broadway. I don’t know if there’s an audience for it, though.

  • Eric W says:

    I think BARE: A Pop Opera could come back in a few years and do quite well!

  • A. Scott Falk says:

    The musical I LOVE YOU BECAUSE (which ran off-Broadway around 2005/2006) deserves a wider audience. If you’ve never heard the cast recording, drop everything and go listen.

  • Lauren Carrescia says:

    Would like to see “Little Miss Sunshine” realized on B’way!

  • Evan Nisenson says:

    Reefer Madness!

  • Lisa Kusse says:

    The new incarnation of Bare the musical should be on Broadway.

  • Robb J. says:

    Gotta go with Heathers. One of my favorite new shows of the last 3 or 4 years

  • Brandon Suisse says:

    Yank! A WWII Love Story, hands down. The only thing the fantastic off Broadway production at the York was missing was a full “big band” style orchestra…and the cast recording fixed that beautifully.

  • Rosie says:

    Toxic Avenger…already been noted, but that show was so fantastic, I just couldn’t find a close second.

  • Michael Traupman says:

    While I’m tempted to say Altar Boyz to get some brownie points (and btw, I loved Altar Boyz when I saw it a few years back), I can’t resist throwing in a mention of “The Fantasticks.” To me, it is absolutely amazing that a show that ran for 42 years off-Broadway (not including the current revival) and is produced nearly 250 times every year originated off the Great White Way. I read that the original investors have been paid back their investment 240 times over! Crazy! Plus, even those who find the musical overly saccharine have to admit, you leave the theatre with “Try to Remember” running through you head … for days to come.

  • David G says:

    Nunsense AMEN (starring me), Altar Boyz (not just kissing up…think of the Stunt Casting you could do!) or Perfect Crime (now I am having fun)

  • I would love to see Rooms: A Rock Opera back on the stage. Such a great score and wonderful story. But two person shows rarely make it to Broadway. But after seeing Hedwig, I would love to see another small cast rock musical on Broadway.

  • Nelson Montoya says:

    My pick would be Maury Yeston’s Phantom!!! It is a really good show but I would just love to see the tourists confused faces!!! It would be priceless!!

  • Michael says:

    Fugard theater’s “A Human Being Died that Night”

  • Rick Reynolds says:

    “Altar Boyz”! Great score and unique set-up. Plus it’s impossible to resist!

  • Lillian says:

    A revival of Bye Bye Birdie!

  • Ben Lebofsky says:

    I just saw Hunchback of Notre Dame at Papermill amd it was breathtaking, would love to see a Broadway transfer with the same cast. Heathers is also great, and Dogfight is all kinds of wonderful!

  • Shannon Duffy says:

    I ABSOLUTELY Loved “Somewhere in Time” the musical! It needs to be in NYC and on Broadway!!! So Amazingly Beautiful!
    * And my Favorite Official Off-Broadway Show is TOXIE! (“The Toxic Avenger Musical”) I love seeing all the love for Toxie listed above!

  • Angela says:

    Calvin Berger… saw it at George Street Playhouse. It was hysterical. Or Batboy.

  • Sarah Steiker says:

    Dogfight is by far my favorite and I think that it has incredible potential!

  • Wendy Heath says:

    I really enjoyed “Communicating Doors” by Alan Ayckbourn when I saw it in London years ago.

  • Jacob Combs says:

    My goodness–the obvious answer for me has to be “Fly By Night,” which I saw and was just floored by. The moment the power went out and the theater filled up with stars not only on the stage but also above the audience, I actually felt my breath taken away. Would love to see some brilliant director grapple with creating that feeling in a much larger Broadway house–plus I just want more people to have the opportunity to interact with that brilliant show!

  • Amanda says:

    Jan Maxwell’s absolutely wonderful star turn in The City of Conversation. She was stunning in her performance, bringing to life a strong, poised, layered woman and letting us see her through so many years of her life. It makes me so sad that Jan Maxwell had announced that she is leaving the theater business, and I just wish this could’ve made a leap to a play house on Broadway.

  • David says:

    My short list:

    1.) Andrew Lippa’s The Wild Party
    2.) Evil Dead: The Musical
    3.) Bewitched, The Musical
    4.) Little Shop of Horrors
    5.) Giant

  • Nathan Clift says:

    I normally would say Children of Eden. The music and the message are beautiful. However, the only way the show can possibly work is with 50+ cast members (like the current King and I revival). That is a lot of paychecks. Also, the title and characters would turn anyone away, in fear of it being “too preachy”.

    Another show that I think would work is Bare: A Pop Opera. However, even though the Off-Broadway revival was stunning and hauntingly beautiful, there is still some work. Also, it could be thought of as the “next RENT”, regardless that there are 2 different shows.

    Another show that I would love to see on Broadway is Heathers: The Musical. The musical is really picking up popularity by teens. Samuel French has the license for amatuer productions. It has momentum to go to Broadway (which I think is the plan, actually).

    Then, of course, is Hunchback of Notre Dame. The videos that I’ve seen are stunning. I hope that it eventually will end up there. However, that needs some work (script wise, there are some low points).

    Overall, my answer would be BARE. In a few years, it could be ready. The audiences will come, and it will attract another group of teenagers. It would be the smartest choice. Even if it was for a limited engagement, it would still be spectacular. Heathers is a close second. The only reason why it is not first is due to the fact that it is new, the cast recording came out about a year ago, and Samuel French obtained the license for it.

  • Katie Andrew says:

    Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812

  • Jon says:

    “Naked Boys Singing”.. If ” Oh Calcutta ” could do it……
    oh never mind
    Just find something worthy for Charles Busch to do…”Vampire” anyone?

  • Hugh says:

    Altar Boyz (and no I’m not trying to kiss up)
    Evil Dead the Musical

  • JIm T says:

    Lets bring a touch of unconventional to Bway, how about Here Lies Love or Natasha, Pierre & The Great Coment, both would work wonderfully at Studio 54 and maybe even Circle on the Square. But Imelda would prefer Studio 54 😉

  • Eddie S. says:

    Definitely, Batboy!

  • Jason E. Bernard says:

    Tick Tick Boom

  • Liz Wollman says:

    “I’m Getting My Act Together and Taking It On the Road”!!

  • Joseph Giglio says:

    Brian Gari’s revue “A Hard Time To Be Single”. It already is a great score. Add a fantastic book could be a great Broadway success

  • Rob N says:

    Definitely would choose Philemon. Interested subject matter that’s rarely, if ever, seen on Broadway. Would love to see Ramin Karimloo tackle the lead — he’d give a greatly nuanced performance!

  • Evelyn Storch says:

    Dogfight with Lindsey Mendez

  • Sabrina says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed Shout! the Mod Musical. The jukebox musical was fun, funny and touching!

  • Miranda says:

    Calvin Berger! LOVE that show!! I don’t think it has enough commercial appeal to play B’way, but it could definitely be successful Off B’way.

  • Dana Vance says:

    Little Shop of Horrors and my show, The Bitches of Ditmas Park!

  • Geri W says:

    The Last Five Years- would love to see this on Broadway one day.

  • Michael S says:

    Hunchback of Notre Dame

  • John Dallal says:

    I saw a show I loved shortly after getting out of the Army, back in 1968, entitled ‘Curly McDimple’.
    It’s been called ‘a musical valentine to the Thirties’-a spin-off of Shirley Temple musicals set in the
    Great Depression, and it was a treat seeing Butterfly McQueen (from ‘Gone With the Wind’)in it, also.

  • Yoni Weiss says:

    The Maltby/Shire revue CLOSER THAN EVER. It is exquisite.

  • John C. Luzaich says:

    Ken, David Christmas (original cast DAMES) was also in GOD BLESS YOU MR. ROSEWATER (Menken/Ashman.) Based on Kurt Vonnegut’s book of same name and produced only off-Bway by Kurt’s daughter Edie at our Entermedia Theatre in ’79. Ran about 10 weeks and closed. Alan told me during tryouts in MPLS for BEAUTY & THE BEAST that it’s always bothered him ROSEWATER didn’t have a better run and it’s on his bucket list to re-write some of the songs and have it produced again. Some wonderful songs and you can feel the flavor of Alan. Also, it started at the off off WPA Theatre (LITTLE SHOP) before moving to our Entermedia. (currently the Village East Cinema)

    If I win tickets, I won’t be in NYC until January!

  • My choice would be the Tim Rice/Stephen Oliver musical Blondel that I saw at the Old Vic in London, I won’t tell you what year. If you had told me that I would fall in love with a musical set during the Third Crusade featuring Richard the Lionheart and King John, I would have called you crazy. Yet I saw this musical twice when I was studying in London. The title character Blondel is a troubadour who has written a song entitled ‘I’m a monarchist’ one of the many catchy songs in this show along with ‘Saladin Days,’ ‘Running Back for More,’ and ‘No Rhyme for Richard.’ Oh and Blondel has backup singers the Blondettes as well as a girlfriend Fiona. One of the songs for the show ‘I can’t wait to be King’ ended up in The Lion King.

  • Rick Hinkson says:


  • Bobbi Smith says:

    Having just recently seen “The Wild Party”, I think it should return to Broadway with Pippa’s music. The cast should stay the same. Sutton Foster and Steven Pasquale were wonderful!

  • Linda says:

    A lot of good ones have already been said, like Dogfight and Yank!, which was rumored to be going to Broadway for years and it still hasn’t happened. I also think there are some great plays that have been seen Off-Broadway and regionally, but not year on Broadway, like The Whale and Sons of the Prophet. Another musical I loved Off-Broadway that I would like to see again is Nobody Loves You.

  • Ging says:

    Clinton The Musical! could be modified for Broadway audiences



  • ABishop47 says:


  • David says:

    HOW TO STEAL AN ELECTION, subtitled “A Dirty Politics Musical” and for second choice, JUNE MOON

  • Daniel Kochanowicz says:

    A long time favorite–TRIXIE TRUE, TEEN DETECTIVE.

  • Tom Hartman says:

    Theda Bara and the Frontier Rabbi

  • Randy turner says:

    The Baker’s Wife

  • Theo says:

    I would love to see Elegies make it to Broadway. The music is quite beautiful and stays with you long after. Also, The Hunchback of Notre Dame — I’m surprised it didn’t shift over to Broadway following its Paper Mill Playhouse run. Quasimodo’s plight is exactly what great shows are made of!

  • MIchael M says:

    two-fer plays

    Full Gallop with female celeb, intermission, Buyer & Cellar with male celeb

  • Michael M says:


    Forever Plaid

  • Eva Mack says:

    Rat Pack

  • Evan says:

    Almost Maine!!

  • Fred Gilbert says:

    I would love to see Itamar Moses’ BACH AT LEIPZIG on or off Broadway. I loved it when it first appeared at New York Theater Workshop in 2005, I believe. I know it has been performed around the country, but it deserves another shot in NYC. The initial less than enthusiastic review by Isherwood in the NY TImes probably sunk an immediate second production in New York, but I believe his review was wrong headed and tainted by his feelings for Tom Stoppard, against whom he judged Moses’ work to be inferior. I found the play to be exciting, even thrilling, considering what we know of the future for Bach and his rivals for the Leipzig post. I also would like to see Richard Easton reprise his original role, perhaps for the last time: a truly great character actor, underappreciated.

  • Jessie K says:

    A New Brain!

  • Mark S. says:

    Both We Will Rock You and Dirty Dancing had nice long runs and proved successful shows can tour, play other cities (Toronto, London), and get licensed — even without landing that Broadway carrot.

  • EllenFD says:

    Absolutely THE BAKER’S WIFE. I have the LuPone/Sorvino cast album and have played it to death. Saw it at the Paper Mill Playhouse several years ago, when I first thought “This has to come to Broadway.” (That was the first time I’d noticed Max von Essen, but not the last!) The Schwartz score is one of his best–IMHO superior to that of WICKED.

  • Tanara says:

    I’d love to see The Lion with Benjamin Scheuer on Broadway. It was so moving!

  • Arnold Kuperstein says:

    BETTY BLUE EYES – delightful UK musical

  • Chad G says:

    A Man of No Importance

  • Joy says:

    Heathers , it was off broadway I would love to see it on Broadway

  • Kyrsten Louchen says:


  • Matthew Turkle says:

    Top three (in no particular order) are:
    1. Altar Boyz
    2. Thrill Me
    3. Dogfight

  • Kerry Zukus says:

    This one is really obscure, but it was one of my favorite theatrical experiences ever: Last Days at the Dixie Girl Cafe. I saw it during a whirlwind four-show weekend of NY theater, all the rest being Broadway shows, and it was by far the best of the lot. Rarely performed dramedy with incredibly juicy roles. It deserves to be reintroduced to audiences.

  • Ed Argenti says:

    “Children of Eden” / by THE Sam Schwartz.
    What are we waiting for? Cmon!

  • A. Raphael says:

    Make it – ‘Here Lies Love’ on Bway!

  • Ray Moore says:

    “Children of Eden” / by THE Sam Schwartz.
    Yes, I agree.
    The music is gorgeous.

  • Ray Moore says:

    “The Marvelous Wonderettes” was an adorable little jukebox musical.

  • Dennis says:

    Bare: A Pop Opera!

  • Mr Grumpy Pants says:


  • Yosi says:

    FAME- the Musical

    Death Takes a Holiday

  • Elana Bank says:

    The Last Five Years

  • Shane H says:

    Being from Corpus Christi originally, I have always wanted to see Terrence McNally’s thought-provoking play of the same name. In this year of the landmark SCOTUS marriage equality decision, now would be the perfect time to bring this work back. I’d be curious to see if the controversy that originally plagued its opening would still be so prevalent today.

  • Adam L. says:

    Ordinary Days

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