Broadway Shows

We wanted to share with you our trajectory working with a some of many Broadway Shows, which have chosen our shoes through the years.

It has been an enriching experience making our high quality hand made shoes for our Broadway clients, provinding them with a comfortable and secure experience on stage.

West Side Story is a musical inspired by William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet. The story is set in the mid-1950s in the Upper West Side of Manhattan in New York City, then a multiracial, blue-collar neighborhood.

The original 1957 Broadway production ran for 732 performances before going on tour. The production was nominated for six Tony Awards, including Best Musical, in 1958, winning two.

The show had an even longer-running West End production, a number of revivals, and international productions.

The Fabulous Palm Springs Follies

The Fabulous Palm Springs Follies was a Ziegfeld Follies style dance and musical review show that played at the historic Plaza Theatre in Palm Springs, California, United States, seasonally from November to mid-May.

The show was often credited with helping to revitalize and maintain the downtown area by bringing in patrons from around the globe. The Follies was unique in that it only featured performers 55 and older and holds Guinness World Records for this claim to fame.

The shows attracted approximately 170,000 attendees yearly.  On June 5, 2013, co-founders announced they would close the Follies on May 18, 2014.

South Pacific

The musical premiered in 1949 on Broadway and was an immediate hit, running for 1,925 performances. The plot is based on James A. Michener's Pulitzer Prize–winning 1947 book Tales of the South Pacific and combines elements of several of those stories.

The 2008 revival won seven Tony Awards, including Best Revival, and five Drama Desk Awards, including Outstanding Musical Revival.

Trip of Love

Created, directed and choreographed by James Walski, the production began previews Sept. 26 2016, formerly The Little Shubert Theater (422 West 42nd Street).

"American pop culture is still pulsing with the psychedelic energy of the Sixties, an era of expression and revolution around the world," according to press notes.

"The music told the story then and it will again this fall asTrip of Love brings the decade to life with over 25 of the biggest hits of the ‘60s." Signs will include “Blowin’ In The Wind,” “Born To Be Wild,” “California Dreamin’,” “I Saw Her Standing There,” “These Boots Are Made For Walkin’,” “White Rabbit,” “You Don’t Own Me” and more.


Ragtime is a musical set in the early 20th century, telling the story of three groups in the United States: African Americans, upper-class suburbanites, and Eastern European immigrants.

Following its European premiere in a concert performance at the Cardiff International Festival of Musical Theatre in 2002, the musical was produced in the West End, London, for a Limited Run from 19 March 2003 - 14 June 2003.

Shuffle Along

Shuffle Along is one of the most notable all-Black hit Broadway shows, it was a landmark in African-American musical theater, credited with inspiring the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s and '30s.

The show premiered on Broadway at the 63rd Street Music Hall on May 23, 1921, and closed on July 15, 1922, after 504 performances.

A 2016 stage adaptation featured the original music from Shuffle Along and other songs by its creators. The show focuses on the challenges of mounting the 1921 Broadway production, its success and aftermath, including its effect on Broadway and race relations. The production opened on Broadway in April 2016 at the Music Box Theatre. The adaptation received ten nominations at the 2016 Tony Awards.

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying is a 1961 musical which story concerns young, ambitious J. Pierrepont Finch, who, with the help of the book How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, rises from window washer to chairman of the board of the World Wide Wicket Company.

Daniel Radcliffe was featured in a reading in December 2009, with Rob Ashford as director and choreographer. Radcliffe starred in the revival for ten months, which began previews at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre on February 26, 2011, with the official opening on March 27, 2011.

The production closed on May 20, 2012, after 30 previews and 473 regular performances.

Memphis is a musical loosely based on the story of Memphis disc jockey Dewey Phillips, one of the first white DJs to play black music in the 1950s. It played on Broadway from October 19, 2009 to August 5, 2012, winning four Tony Awards, including Best Musical.

Jersey Boys

Jersey Boys is a jukebox musical presented in a documentary-style format that dramatizes the formation, success and breakup of the 1960s rock 'n' roll group The Four Seasons. The musical is structured as four "seasons", each narrated by a different member of the band who gives his own perspective on its history and music.

The musical premiered at the La Jolla Playhouse in 2004 and ran on Broadway from 2005 to 2017. Since its debut it has been on two North American national tours and two national tours of the UK and Ireland.

The show has been produced in London's West End, Las Vegas, Chicago, Toronto, Melbourne and other Australian cities, Singapore, South Africa, the Netherlands, Japan, Dubai, and China. Jersey Boys won four 2006 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and the 2009 Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Musical.

Promises, Promises

Promises, Promises is a musical based on the 1960 film The Apartment. The story concerns a junior executive at an insurance company who seeks to climb the corporate ladder by allowing his apartment to be used by his married superiors for trysts.

The musical premiered in 1968 on Broadway and closed after 1,281 performances.

A reading for a revival of the musical was held in October 2008 with Sean Hayes and Anne Hathaway. The revival opened at the Broadway Theatre on April 25, 2010, after previews starting on March 27.

Bring it on

Bring It On: The Musical is loosely based on the 2000 film of the same name written by Jessica Bendinger, focuses on the competitive world of cheerleading and over-the-top team rivalries.

The musical premiered at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia in January 2011.

The touring stage production began previews on Broadway in July 2012 at the St. James Theatre, before opening for a limited engagement on August 1, 2012, to December 30, 2012.

Dr. Zhivago

The show originally premiered as Zhivago in 2006 at the La Jolla Playhouse in San Diego, California, with Ivan Hernandez in the title role as Yurii Zhivago.

Doctor Zhivago is an epic romance set during the final days of Czarist Russia, the First World War, and the chaos of the Russian revolution. Raised as an aristocrat, Zhivago is a political idealist, physician, and poet who is torn between a life with his devoted wife, Tonia Gromeko, and the passionate and mysterious Lara Guishar. Zhivago is not alone in his yearnings for Lara, competing for her affections with the young revolutionary Pasha Antipov and the aristocrat Viktor Komarovsky.

In the Heights is a musical, which story is set over the course of three days, involving characters in the largely Dominican American neighborhood of Washington Heights in Upper Manhattan, New York City.

After a 2005 tryout in Waterford, Connecticut and a 2007 Off-Broadway run, the show opened on Broadway in March 2008. It was nominated for thirteen Tony Awards and won four, including Best Musical.


The plot takes place in a crumbling Broadway theater, now scheduled for demolition, previously home to a musical revue (based on the Ziegfeld Follies).

The evening follows a reunion of the Weismann Girls who performed during the interwar period. Several of the former showgirls perform their old numbers, often accompanied by the ghosts of their younger selves. The score offers a pastiche of 1920s and 1930s musical styles, evoking a nostalgic tone.

A Broadway revival opened at the Belasco Theatre on April 5, 2001, and closed on July 14, 2001, after 117 performances and 32 previews.

Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown is a 1988 Spanish black comedy film written and directed by Pedro Almodóvar.

The plot follows actress Pepa, who, after her lover Iván leaves without explanation, sets out to find the reason, and comes across an array of eccentric characters, including Iván's son from a previous relationship and her best friend Candela, who has been held captive by a Shiite terrorist cell.

Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown has been adapted into a musical by Jeffrey Lane (book) and David Yazbek (music and lyrics). The production opened on Broadway in previews on 5 October 2010, and officially on 4 November 2010, at the Belasco Theatre.

Surf! The Musical

Set in early ’60s Southern California, just down the sand from Frankie and Annette’s endless-summer beach party, “Surf” revs up with clever staging and lively musical numbers performed by an appealingly peppy cast.

Featuring songs from the Beach Boys, Surf the Musical hit center stage as the new resident headline attraction at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in 2012.

Something Rotten!

Something Rotten! is a musical comedy.

Set in 1595, the story follows the Bottom brothers, Nick and Nigel, who struggle to find success in the theatrical world as they compete with the wild popularity of their contemporary William Shakespeare.

Something Rotten! opened on Broadway at the St. James Theatre on April 22, 2015, where it played for 708 performances. It was nominated for ten Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and won one. Tours and international productions have followed.