Harry Connick, Jr., is making his Broadway debut in The Pajama Game. He plays Sid Sorokin, the foreman at the Sleep-Tite pajama factory, where workers aret striking for a seven-and-a-half-cent-an-hour raise. Now he can add Broadway actor to his growing list of accolades: recording artist, producer, jazz and blues pianist, film actor. (Though he's never starred in a Broadway musical, he did write the score to Thou Shalt Not.)
The show will be directed and choreographed by Kathleen Marshall. Buy tickets here.