"A technicolor, tap-dance-filled tribute to the movie musicals of the 1930s...delightful." - NBC New York
It's 42nd Street meets Anything Goes meets Busby Berkeley in Hollywood in this gem of a show that opened off-Broadway in 1968 and helped launch the career of Bernadette Peters. Sweet, innocent Ruby arrives in New York with big dreams and lands in the chorus of a new show — but the theater is about to be torn down! Can sailor-turned-songwriter Dick find a new venue for the show while juggling temperamental diva Mona, frazzled producer Hennesy, and starry-eyed ingenue Ruby? Full of vim, verve, and tap-dancing, Dames at Sea charms its way into your heart.