The Story
Bonnie & Clyde
Music
FRANK WILDHORN

Lyrics
DON BLACK

Book
IVAN MENCHELL
This new rockabilly-and-blues-infused musical examines how a troubled Texas teen and a love-sick waitress became America?s most infamous couple. The musical centers on the title characters, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, the ill-fated lovers and outlaws whose story has been infamous since their dangerous lives took place during the Great Depression. They discovered that life isn't fair ? but that fame kind of makes up for it.

PHOTOS
2009 Original Production
2011 Original Broadway Production
Artworks/ Posters

VIDEOS
Jeremy Jordan, Laura Osnes and company in a promotional video featuring excerpts from the original Broadway production.

MUSIC
Dyin' Ain't So Bad
Laura Osnes
Original Broadway Cast Recording

THE STORY

SYNOPSIS

In Depression-era West Texas, Bonnie, a 23 year old waitress in a diner, dreams of leaving. Clyde, who has just broken out of prison with his brother Buck Barrow, tries to steal her mother's car. Bonnie recognizes another dreamer and falls in love with him. They are captured by The Sheriff and Deputy Ted, who is enamoured of Bonnie, and Clyde is given a prison sentence. Blanche, Buck's wife, had warned that they're going back to jail. Bonnie smuggles in a gun and Clyde again breaks out of prison, killing a deputy. They then start a life of crime, joined by Buck and Blanche, robbing banks and travelling to avoid being caught. Bonnie writes poetry about their life. They murder others and Buck himself is killed. There is intense press coverage, even publishing Bonnie's poems. As they return to visit their parents, including Emma, Bonnie's mother, Ted follows them. The Sheriff vows to track them down, and they are finally killed in a shoot-out.

LIBRETTO

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CAST & CREATIVES
Creative
Producer KATHLEEN RAITT, BARRY SATCHWELL SMITH, JERRY FRANKEL, JEFFREY RICHARDS, MICHAEL JENKINS
Direction JEFF CALHOUN
Choreography JEFF CALHOUN
Orchestrations JOHN McDANIEL
Musical Director JOHN McDANIEL
Scenic Design TOBIN OBST
Costume Design TOBIN OBST
Lighting Design MICHAEL GILLIAM
Sound Design KEVIN KENNEDY
Cast
Clyde Barrow JEREMY JORDAN
Bonnie Parker LAURA OSNES
Creative
Producer JERRY FRANKEL, JEFFREY RICHARDS
Direction JEFF CALHOUN
Choreography JEFF CALHOUN
Orchestrations JOHN McDANIEL
Musical Director JOHN McDANIEL
Scenic Design TOBIN OBST
Costume Design TOBIN OBST
Lighting Design MICHAEL GILLIAM
Cast
Clyde Barrow STARK SANDS
Bonnie Parker LAURA OSNES
MUSICAL NUMBERS
ACT ONE

Picture ShowYoung Bonnie, Young Clyde, Bonnie, Clyde
This World Will Remember MeClyde, Bonnie
You're Goin' Back to JailBlanche, Buck, Salon Women
How 'Bout a DanceBonnie
When I DriveClyde, Buck
God's Arms Are Always OpenPreacher, Congregation
You Can Do Better Than HimTed, Clyde
You Love Who You LoveBonnie, Blanche
I'm ReadyClyde
This World Will Remember UsClyde, Bonnie


ACT TWO

Made in AmericaPreacher, Ensemble
Too Late to Turn Back NowClyde, Bonnie
That's What You Call a DreamBlanche
What Was Good Enough For YouClyde, Bonnie
BonnieClyde
The DevilEmma, Young Bonnie
Raise a Little HellClyde, Buck
Dyin' Ain't So BadBonnie
God's Arms are Always Open (Reprise)Blanche, Preacher
This World Will Remember Us (Reprise)Clyde, Bonnie

Chicago
Naked Boys Singing!
Half A Sixpence
SIGHTS & SOUNDS

2009 Original Production
2011 Original Broadway Production
Artworks/ Posters

Jeremy Jordan, Laura Osnes and company in a promotional video featuring excerpts from the original Broadway production.
Stark Sands and Laura Osnes in a video montage from the original La Jolla production.

Dyin' Ain't So Bad Laura Osnes Original Broadway Cast Recording
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