Q. What is LUCKY GUY about?

LUCKY GUY tells the tale of an all-American singing cowboy and a cast of hilarious characters in Nashville, all chasing the same dream: a solid-gold, hit record. Full of down-home dreamers and low-down schemers, including the Queen of Country Music, who lives in a 28-room trailer, and a fast-talking wheeler dealer who sells used cars of the stars, LUCKY GUY has laughs, heart and a score that salutes Country, Broadway, Vaudeville, Bluegrass, Pop and even Hawaiian music. Come on down to Music City, USA, where this one-in-a-million, needle-in-a-haystack new musical comedy will get your toes tapping and your heart singing!

Q. Who wrote it? Who directed it?

Willard Beckham. Click here for his bio.

Q. Who was in it?

LUCKY GUY starred Emmy® Award winner Leslie Jordan (Will & Grace, My Trip Down the Pink Carpet), Varla Jean Merman (Chicago, Ugly Betty), Kyle Dean Massey (Next To Normal, Wicked), Jenn Colella (Urban Cowboy, High Fidelity), Jim Newman (Curtains, Steel Pier), Savannah Wise (Rock of Ages, Ragtime) and Callan BergmannXavier CanoWes Hart, and Joshua Woodie as The Buckaroos.

Q: Is LUCKY GUY appropriate for children?

Yes. Kids 8 and older will have the best experience. Please note: Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.

LUCKY GUY contains no objectionable content, but the material might best be understood and enjoyed by children who have started elementary school.

Q. Will my grandparents enjoy LUCKY GUY?


Q. I’m not familiar with the work of Willard Beckham. Will I like LUCKY GUY?

If you like good, old-fashioned musical comedy, with hummable songs, terrific dancing, funny characters, tons of laughs and a little romance throw in, you will love LUCKY GUY.

Q. Who produced LUCKY GUY?

L. Glenn Poppleton. Click here for his bio.

Q. How long did LUCKY GUY run?

Performances began on April 28, 2011; opening night was May 19, 2011. LUCKY GUY played its final performance on May 29, 2011.

Q: How long is LUCKY GUY?

Two hours and 30 minutes, including one 15-minute intermission

Q. Is there an intermission?


Q. Where did it play Off Broadway?

The Little Shubert Theatre, which his located at 422 West 42nd Street, between 9th & Dyer Avenues. Click here for information about the theatre.

Q. How do I get to the Little Shubert?

The Little Shubert is located in New York City 422 West 42nd Street, between 9th & Dyer Avenues

Q. Which subways are close by?


A, C, E - to 42nd Street, Port Authority, walk to 422 West 42nd Street.
You can also visit www.hopstop.com to plan your trip.

Q. Where do I park the car?

There are many parking lots in the neighborhood, but remember that curtain times create added traffic.

Q. Do I have to climb stairs at the Little Shubert Theatre?

No, there is an elevator and an escalator from the ground level to the theater level.

Q. Is there an Assistive Listening System at the Little Shubert?

Yes. Reservations are not necessary, but please arrive early. Driver’s license or ID with printed address required. If you would like to make reservations, please call 212-582-7678.

Q. Is the Little Shubert wheelchair accessible?

There are steps between each row. Wheelchair seating does not involve steps. Wheelchair accessible restrooms are available on the ground floor.

Q. Does the Little Shubert have air conditioning?


Q. Is there a place in the Little Shubert to buy a snack or a drink?


Q. Is there a coat check?


Q. Is there a lost and found in Little Shubert?

No. Inquiries about lost items should be directed to Telecharge at 212-239-6200.

Q. How can I contact someone at LUCKY GUY?