On Your Feet

Currently on sale until August 20, 2017

On Your Feet
On Your Feet

On Your Feet

*CLOSING 8/20/17

Running Time: 2 hours, 15 minutes
Intermission: Yes


ON YOUR FEET! is the inspiring true story about heart, heritage and two people who believed in their talent—and each other—to become an international sensation: Gloria and Emilio Estefan. Now their story has arrived on Broadway in an exhilarating original production that’s already won the hearts of critics and audiences alike, with the Chicago Tribune declaring “IT’S A HIT!” and The New York Times cheering, “The very air in the room seems to vibrate in this undeniably crowd-pleasing musical!” “If you aren’t humming a Gloria Estefan hit when you leave the theater, it might be time to check your pulse!” raves the Associated Press.


Standard Schedule
PLEASE NOTE: On Your Feet's performance schedule changes periodically.

Monday: No Performance
Tuesday: 7PM
Wednesday: 2PM & 8PM
Thursday: 7PM
Friday: 8PM
Saturday: 2PM & 8PM
Sunday: 3PM

Critics' Recap



Workshop Information
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Marquis Theatre

1535 Broadway (Between 45th and 46th Streets)

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Group Minimum


For Ages?

ON YOUR FEET! is a family-friendly show, though there are a few brief instances of adult language; ideal for middle school and up, and younger audience members with parental discretion.


Ana Villafañe is thrilled and humbled to be originating the role of a lifetime.  Film credits include: Magic City Memoirs  (executive produced by Andy Garcia), Hiding  (Anchor Bay) and the highly anticipated Max Steel  franchise (Mattel).  Select TV: “Los Americans,” “Rizzoli and Isles” and Hulu original series “South Beach.”  Select theatre: “Mimi” in Rent  (Hollywood Hudson Theatre).  Ana has a degree in Music from Loyola Marymount University.

Ektor Rivera is honored to make his Broadway debut. Regional: Rent, Hairspray, Godspell, Piaf, High School Musical, The Outsiders, Our Lady of the Tortilla, The Mousetrap (San Juan Performing Arts Center and Tapia Theater), Broadway and Beyond (Richard Jay Alexander dir./Walt Disney Theater), Q’Viva! The Chosen (Jamie King dir./ Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas). Film/TV: “Incógnita,” “Nene Lindo,” “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” numerous national and international advertising campaigns.

DOREEN MONTALVO – Gloria Fajardo
Broadway: In The Heights,  “Bolero Singer” (Drama Desk winner).  Off-Broadway/National Tours: Giant  (Public Theater), Flashdance,  In The Heights  and more.  TV/Film: “Smash,” AMC, “One Life to Live,” “Law & Order,” “The Good Wife,” “Elementary.”

ALMA CUERVO – Consuelo
New York credits include: Allegro,  Road Show,  Cabaret,  Beauty And The Beast,  Titanic,  The Heidi Chronicles,  Ghetto,  Quilters,  Is There Life After High School?,  Bedroom Farce.  National tours: Wicked,  My Fair Lady,  Cabaret,  M. Butterfly.  OBIE for Uncommon Women And Others.  Recent regional: Three Sisters  dir. by John Doyle (Cincinnati), Theresa Rebeck’s Fool  and You Can’t Take It With You  (Alley), And The Curtain Rises  (Signature), 4000 Miles  (Good Theatre).  Graduate of Tulane and Yale Drama.



GLORIA ESTEFAN - Music, Lyrics, Orchestration
With seven Grammy Awards and over 100 million albums sold worldwide, Gloria Estefan is the most successful Latin crossover performer in the history of pop music.  In addition to her thirty-eight #1 hits across the Billboard charts, Gloria recorded the Oscar-nominated song “Music Of My Heart,” and has received numerous honors and awards over the course of her illustrious career.  She has been presented with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, named BMI Songwriter of the Year, received an American Music Award for Lifetime Achievement, and won a MTV Video Music Award, two ACE Awards, and multiple Billboard Awards for her many chart-topping hits.  Gloria has also been honored with the Ellis Island Congressional Medal of Honor, the Hispanic Heritage Award, and the National Music Foundation’s Humanitarian of the Year Award.

EMILIO ESTEFAN - Music, Lyrics, Orchestrations
Emilio Estefan is a world-renowned music, television and film producer who has been instrumental in shaping, developing and directing the careers of his superstar wife, Gloria, as well as Shakira, Ricky Martin, Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony and Jon Secada among many others.  With a resume that includes 19 Grammy Awards, Emilio is one of the most successful producers in the music business blending Latin, pop and world rhythms creating a unique style and personality resulting in chart-topping worldwide hits.  It is this vision that transcends the music field and spills over into film, television, hotels and restaurants, among other business endeavors, including becoming the first Cuban-born minority stakeholder in an NFL Franchise, the Miami Dolphins.

Alexander Dinelaris wrote the book for the West End production of The Bodyguard Musical  (Olivier Nomination, Best New Musical).  Off-Broadway: Zanna Don’t!  (Drama Desk nominations, Book and Lyrics), Red Dog Howls  (NYTW), Still Life  (MCC).  Mr. Dinelaris is an Academy Award and Golden Globe winner for the screenplay of Birdman  (or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance).  He is the writer, co-creator and executive producer of the upcoming Starz network series “The One Percent”, starring Ed Helms, Hilary Swank and Ed Harris.  His newest film The Year of the Monarchs  is currently in development with Mandalay Entertainment.  Alex is a proud member of the Dramatists Guild and the Writer’s Guild.

Jerry Mitchell received the Tony Award in recognition of his choreography for the 2013 Tony-winning Best Musical Kinky Boots,  for which he was also nominated as Director.  In the 35 preceding years, Jerry has choreographed more than 50 Broadway, Off-Broadway, West End and touring productions, including the following for Broadway: You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown,  The Full Monty  (Tony nomination), The Rocky Horror Show,  Hairspray  (Tony nom.), Gypsy,  Never Gonna Dance  (Tony nom.), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels  (Tony nom.), La Cage aux Folles  (Tony Award), Legally Blonde  (Tony nom., also directed), Catch Me If You Can.  On the West End: Love Never Dies  and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels  (Olivier Award nomination, also directed).  Twenty-five years ago, Jerry conceived and created Broadway Bares, a comedy burlesque show performed annually for the charity Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, of which he continues to serve as executive producer.  Next up: Gotta Dance,  having its world premiere in Chicago this winter.