HARRY CONNICK JR
Harry Connick, Jr. made his Broadway theatrical debut in the eagerly awaited revival of The Pajama Game, which was last seen on Broadway in 1973. This recent run, at the American Airlines Theater in New York, opened in February of 2006 and ran through the summer to sold out crowds. This classic musical, set in an Iowa pajama factory, concerns the female union head and the handsome new foreman, who find themselves falling in love just as a strike becomes likely. The score includes "Hey There," "Hernando's Hideaway," "Steam Heat," "7 1/2 Cents," "Once-a-Year Day," "I'm Not at All in Love" and "I'll Never Be Jealous Again."