Broadway’s CHAPLIN and New York Vintage offer post-show talkback December 18

New York Vintage, in partnership with Broadway’s CHAPLIN is participating in a post-show discussion, “New York Vintage Night,” featuring CHAPLIN’s costume designer, Amy Clark, and New York Vintage’s own, Shannon Hoey, on December 18th, 2012.

Shannon and Amy will lead the post show talk-back, touching on topics like vintage fashion, twenties style and historic costuming.

The discussion will be held after the 7PM performance on Tuesday, December 18th, 2012.  Purchase of a ticket to the performance is required to attend the talk-back.


CHAPLIN features a book by three-time Tony Award® winner Thomas Meehan (Hairspray, The Producers, Annie) and Christopher Curtis, and music and lyrics by Christopher Curtis.  This big musical about the little tramp marks the remarkable Broadway debut of Rob McClure as the legendary silent film star, and is choreographed and directed by Warren Carlyle (Follies, Hugh Jackman – Back on Broadway).


New York Vintage is the ultimate source worldwide for the finest in Vintage Couture and Designer clothing and accessories.   The hand-selected collection spans over one hundred years of the most important vintage fashion ever assembled.  For more information, please visit


Tickets to Chaplin the Musical start at $49.  To purchase tickets in person, bring this email to THE BARRYMORE THEATER 243 West 47th Street (Between 8th Avenue and Broadway).  To purchase offsite, call  (212) 239-6200 and use code CLSCD925 or visit and enter the code CLSCD925

Offer valid on select Orchestra and Mezzanine seats and subject to availability and prior sale. Not valid on prior purchases and cannot be combined with any other offer. All sales final; no refunds or exchanges. Telephone and internet orders are subject to standard service fees. All prices include a $2 facilities fee. Other blackout dates may apply. Offer valid for performances through 1/06/13 but may be revoked at any time.

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