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Theatre reviews. Reuse this content. Order by newest oldest recommendations. Show 25 25 50 All. Threads collapsed expanded unthreaded. Loading comments… Trouble loading? Most popular. The story concerns young, ambitious J.

In , a film based on the musical was released by United Artists , with Morse and Vallee re-creating their stage roles. A revival was mounted at the same theatre as the original production now named the Richard Rodgers Theatre. It ran for performances and starred Matthew Broderick and Megan Mullally.

Playwright Willie Gilbert and fellow playwright Jack Weinstock created a dramatic interpretation in that was unproduced for five years. Their new adaptation became even more satirical and added romance to the story. The original Broadway production credited the choreography to an obscure dance director named Hugh Lambert, while the much better-known Bob Fosse received only a "musical staging by Abe Burrows explains this in his autobiography Honest, Abe.

While How to Succeed According to Burrows, it soon became clear in rehearsals that Lambert's creative abilities were completely used up in that one elaborate dance number. Bob Fosse was brought in to replace him, but Fosse was unwilling to hurt Lambert's career by having him fired. Lambert's trade-show dance number was recycled as the "Treasure Hunt" dance in How to Succeed The "Book Voice" tells him that he will succeed if he follows the book's advice.

Finch bumps into J. Biggley, the president of the company, who dismisses him to the personnel manager, Mr. Rosemary Pilkington, an ambitious young secretary, helps Finch meet Mr. Finch tells Bratt that Biggley sent him, and Bratt gives him a job in the mailroom, where he works with Mr.

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Biggley's lazy, arrogant, and nepotism -minded nephew Bud Frump. The fatigued workers rush to get their coffee break "Coffee Break". In the mailroom, Finch earns favor with the long-time head of the mailroom, Mr. Twimble, who tells him the secret to longevity at the company "The Company Way". Twimble is promoted to head of the shipping department and has to choose his replacement as head of the mailroom.

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The book warns not to stay in the mailroom too long, so Finch recommends Frump instead of himself. Twimble and Bratt are impressed by Finch's apparent selflessness, and Bratt offers him a job as a junior executive in the Plans and Systems department, headed by Mr. An extremely attractive but air-headed woman named Hedy LaRue, who is Mr. Biggley's secret mistress, is hired as a secretary. On her first day of work, the male employees are instantly attracted to her, but Mr.

Finch learns from Mr. In the elevator at the end of the workday, Rosemary's fellow secretary Smitty helps her and Finch set up a date "Been a Long Day". Frump runs into Biggley and Hedy and realizes their relationship, and he blackmails Biggley into giving him a promotion "Been a Long Day Reprise ". Finch arrives early Saturday morning and sets up the office so it looks like he has been working all night.

Biggley insists that Finch be given his own office and secretary, Hedy. With the book's help, Finch realizes that Biggley must be Hedy's advocate and sends her on an errand to Gatch, knowing that Gatch will make a pass at her.

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Gatch falls for the trap and is dispatched to Venezuela , and Finch is promoted to his position as head of Plans and Systems. At a reception for the new Advertising Department head, Benjamin Burton Daniel Ovington, Rosemary hopes to impress Finch with her new "Paris original" dress, but all the other women arrive at the reception wearing the same dress "Paris Original". Frump schemes for Biggley to catch Finch kissing LaRue in his office, but after LaRue blackmails Finch into kissing her, he realizes he's actually in love with Rosemary "Rosemary". After some farcical complications, Frump and Biggley walk into the office just as Finch embraces Rosemary.

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Ovington is forced to resign when Biggley learns that he is a graduate from Northern State, Old Ivy's bitterest rival a "Chipmunk". Two days later, Rosemary has been neglected by Finch. She decides to quit, but her fellow secretaries convince her to stay because she's living their dream of marrying an executive. The book warns Finch that because Vice-President of Advertising is a bad position, he needs a brilliant idea.

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Bud Frump slyly tells Finch his idea for a treasure hunt, which Finch loves, unaware that Biggley has already heard the idea and rejected it. Hedy tells Biggley that she is unhappy as a secretary and is leaving for California. He begs her to stay and tells her he loves her, and she agrees to stay "Love From a Heart of Gold". In the executive washroom, Finch gives himself a pep talk while, behind his back, the other executives and Frump plot against him "I Believe In You".

Finch presents "his" idea to Biggley: he will hide five thousand shares of company stock in each of the ten offices around the country and give a television audience weekly clues as to their whereabouts. During the first television show, Hedy is asked to swear on a Bible that she doesn't know the location of the prizes. Hedy panics and reveals the locations to the entire television audience, which prompts all the Wicket employees to tear apart the offices looking for them. We suggest that your best bet if you are the cause of the Disaster is to review the first chapter of this book: 'How to Apply for a Job'.

The executives, including Chairman of the Board Wally Womper, are waiting in Biggley's office for Finch's resignation. About to sign his letter of resignation, Finch mentions that he'll probably go back to washing windows. Womper is drawn to Finch as he, too, was a window washer and they both "had a book": Wally's book was a book of betting records. Finch blames the treasure hunt on Frump, also mentioning that Frump is Biggley's nephew.

Womper is about to "clean house from top to bottom", when Finch steps in on everyone's behalf. Finch tells the executives that even though the business world is a place filled with betrayal and competitiveness, the World Wide Wicket staff is like a family to him "Brotherhood of Man". Everyone is spared except Frump, who is fired because he is Biggley's nephew.

Biggley remains president, Womper retires to travel the world with his new wife, Hedy, and Finch becomes Chairman of the Board.

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Rosemary stands by his side and inadvertently inspires him to aspire for the Presidency of the United States. Frump gets a job washing windows, swearing revenge against Finch "Company Way Finale ". The show opened on Broadway on October 14, at the 46th Street Theatre , and closed on March 6, after 1, performances. Virginia Martin played Hedy LaRue. The West End production opened at the Shaftesbury Theatre on March 28, and ran for performances. It was also directed by Burrows and Bob Fosse, and featured a new London cast. A Broadway revival opened at the original theatre, now renamed the Richard Rodgers Theatre , on March 23, and closed on July 14, after performances.

The cast also included Ronn Carroll as J.