Before becoming a famed three-term mayor of New York City, Fiorello LaGuardia had to rid the Big Apple of Tammany Hall corruption and win the hearts of immigrant voters. Fiorello! celebrates this larger-than-life figure – who also happens to have a famous airport named after him – in grand musical style. Originally premiering on Broadway in 1959, the Tony-winning Fiorello! features the songs of Bock and Harnick – famous for their collaboration on the music for Fiddler on the Roof. With tunes like “Little Tin Box,” “Politics and Poker” and “Gentleman Jimmy!” this show is sure to put some political pep in your step. It’s also one of only eight musicals to win the Pulitzer Prize. South Bay Musical Theatre stages this upbeat show at the Saratoga Civic.