Tchaikovsky: None but the Lonely Heart -- Music, Theater & Dance
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The last date listed for None but the Lonely Heart was Saturday March 8, 2014 / 7:30pm.
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Brilliantly innovative, heartbreaking and wickedly funny, John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask's landmark American musical is now the winner of four 2014 Tony Awards, including Best Revival of a Musical. Tony Award nominee Andrew Rannells (Book of Mormon, Girls) and Tony winner Lena Hall (Kinky Boots) star as "internationally ignored song stylist" Hedwig Robinson and her companion Yitzhak. Hedwig brings her fourth-wall-smashing rock 'n' roll saga to New York to set the record straight about her life and loves. Directed by Tony Award winner Michael Mayer (Spring Awakening), this long-awaited Broadway debut production of Hedwig has been called "furiously entertaining and terrifically smart" by New York Magazine. Hedwig features Stephen Trask's highly acclaimed and influential pop-rock score and the legendarily hilarious and poignant book by John Cameron Mitchell. Learn More
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“An exquisite blend of music, theater … an extraordinary and moving way to experience Tchaikovsky’s music.” —Steve Barnes, Albany Times Union
Running time is 2 hours and 15 minutes, with intermission.
About the Ticket Supplier: Ensemble for the Romantic Century
Our unique productions merge dramatic and fully staged scripts with music, recapturing the past with a sense of immediacy that transports, illuminates, and captivates. The scripts, drawn from historical material that includes letters, diaries, memoirs, newspaper articles, poetry, and literature create an intricate counterpoint to the musical program. The subject matters span across centuries, from Tolstoy to Toscanini, from Verne to Van Gogh, all brought to life through the fusion of drama and sound. We believe that one can understand Freud more deeply by listening to the erotic cabaret music of fin de siecle Vienna, that one can appreciate Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata more profoundly by listening to him speak of his tortured love life and his debilitating deafness. By illuminating the interplay between literature, biography and music we have transformed the concert experience.
The Romantic Century was about imagination and experimentation. Elevating the human condition through art: that is the spirit we hope to summon.