The story is a familiar one, but, energetically delivered and offering some nice comic touches, TWO TICKETS TO BROADWAY is enjoyable, if vacuous, entertainment. The fun begins in Pelican Falls, Vermont, where seemingly the whole town has come to bid farewell to Nancy Peterson (Janet
Leigh), off to try her luck on Broadway. She hooks up with "Foxy" Rogers (Barbara Lawrence), Hannah Holbrook (Gloria DeHaven), and Joyce Campbell (Ann Miller), a trio of performers whose ineffectual manager, Lew Conway (Eddie Bracken), has led them to believe that he can get them an appearance on
Bob Crosby's TV show. Nancy joins the act, performs in a benefit show, and becomes involved...