A Class Act An Emotional Journey of Music, Life and Art
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When Kay quits her corporate job to teach English at a Chicago public school, visions of changing the world dance in her head. But in Principal Principle, a dark comedy written by former teacher Joe Zarrow (that now returns to Theater Wit by popular demand), Kay learns that plenty of things are broken -- the copy machine, the spirits of her fellow teachers and the system. Take a peek behind the doors of the teachers' lounge to discover the politics and people who come together to try and make a difference -- any way they can. Learn More
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One of the best musicals I've seen in years. Lovely, interesting, fresh and original music and lyrics, warm and humorous book, wonderful performances and great direction. Many in the audience had tears in their eyes by the end of this story of...continued
A darkened theatre, New York City, 1988. Friends gather for the memorial of one of Broadway’s greatest – but least known – music makers. He was the man who wrote the lyrics “One Singular Sensation” for A Chorus Line and nothing could have described him better. Nominated for the Best Musical Tony Award and featuring music Stephen Sondheim said he “wishes he’d written,” it is the moving and emotionally charged true story of turning your life into art.