Maestro: The Art of Leonard Bernstein Starring Hershey Felder
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The last date listed for Maestro: The Art of Leonard Bernstein was Friday December 30, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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From uproarious comedies like The Odd Couple to hard-hitting dramas like The China Syndrome, Jack Lemmon was one of the most versatile actors of his generation. Now, his distinctive voice returns to the stage as son Chris Lemmon portrays his father in a new solo show exploring his unlikely journey from Newton, Mass. to becoming the first actor ever to win the Oscar for both Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor. Trained in classical piano, Chris Lemmon's music-filled performance is a celebration of one of Hollywood's greatest legends, and an exploration of a fascinating relationship between father and son. The show is written and directed by Hershey Felder, whose one man productions -- including George Gershwin Alone, Maestro Bernstein and last season's smash hit Mona Golabek in The Pianist of Willesden Lane -- have played to great acclaim worldwide. Learn More
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Read the rave reviews Goldstar members gave this show in San Diego earlier this year.
Hershey Felder in Maestro: The Art of Leonard Bernstein, is a new work from the creators of George Gershwin Alone, Monsieur Chopin and_ Beethoven, As I Knew Him_. With a story spanning the entire 20th century, Leonard Bernstein, America’s greatest musician, broke through every artistic ceiling possible to become the world’s musical ambassador.
Hershey is known to Chicago audiences for his 70 record-breaking weeks at the Royal George with his George Gershwin Alone and the world premiere of Monsieur Chopin. His annual appearances at the Ravinia Festival have become a Chicagoland tradition.
Conductor, composer, pianist, author, teacher, librettist, television star … for Leonard Bernstein boundaries simply did not exist. Join us on this fascinating journey as Hershey Felder brings the composer of West Side Story, Candide, Mass and more to life.