Come Fly Away: The Hit Frank Sinatra/Twyla Tharp Broadway Musical
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“A sleek, energizing mixture of Sinatra’s inimitable cool and Ms. Tharp’s kinetic heat, _Come Fly Away _sweeps you up in a spell so complete that only those resistant to the seductions of dance or the swing of Sinatra will be left on the other side of the velvet rope.” —Charles Isherwood, The New York Times
“A dangerously gorgeous dance adventure!” —Linda Winer, Newsday
Come Fly Away is the new Broadway musical valentine to the legend that is Frank Sinatra, fusing his unforgettable voice, with a sensational live band and the creative vision of Tony Award-winner Twyla Tharp (Movin’ Out) into a musical spectacle that will make you believe Ol’ Blue Eyes is right off stage, mic in hand!
15 of the world’s best dancers tell the story of four couples falling in and out of love, as the audience experiences the exhilaration of a first kiss, the excitement of a first dance, and the bittersweet moments of a first good-bye in a world of sparkling romance and astonishing beauty.
Come Fly Away features a score of beloved Sinatra classics including “Fly Me to the Moon,” “My Way,” “New York, New York” and “Makin’ Whoopee.”