Godspell: Northwestern U. Honors Rock Musical's 40th Anniversary
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The last date listed for Godspell was Sunday July 24, 2011 / 2:00pm.
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This visceral new version of Herman Melville's whale of a tale takes Moby Dick in a new direction, with the high-flying help of the aerial and acrobatic performers of the Actors Gymnasium. This action-packed production is built to bring you along for the ride with Ishamel, Queequeg and the crew as the famed Captain Ahab sets out to find and kill the giant sea creature that gravely injured him once before. Acclaimed Lookingglass ensemble member David Catlin (The Little Prince), who also serves on the Northwestern faculty, directs his own adaptation of this timeless tale of adventure and obsession. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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Really enjoyed this NU production! Very talented cast! Staff at this theater was helpful and accomodating to special needs. Negatives on this event are minor - it was a little warm and stuffy in the theater during the production (during intermission they opened up the theater doors and it cooled off some), and getting to and from the theater was horrible. Evanston has some major road construction going on. Add to that a huge festival going on right down the street and very confusing, winding roads (some of which are not clearly marked) and it makes for a longer-than-it-should-be commute to and from the show. I realize this is not the theater or the actors' faults, but it soured my experience just enough to leave off the last star. If you don't mind dealing with Evanston and its traffic woes, definitely go see this production!
July 7, 2011: *Opening Night Celebration*
Enjoy a post-show discussion with the director and members of the cast and creative team, followed by an opening night reception.
July 9, 2011:* *Post-Show Q&A with Ken Davenport
This date features a post-show Q&A “insider” session with _Godspell _Broadway producer Ken Davenport.