Little Women: The Musical, Based on the Classic Novel, at the Lyceum Theatre
* Additional fees apply.
All offers for Little Women: The Musical have expired.
The last date listed for Little Women: The Musical was Sunday July 27, 2008 / 3:00pm.
Currently at Lyceum Theatres:
- Full Price:
- $45.00 - $55.00
- Our Price:
- $22.50 - $27.50
Grammy-nominated pianist Mona Golabek pays moving tribute to her pianist mother -- a survivor of the Holocaust and the London Blitz -- in this hit concert drama directed by audience favorite Hershey Felder. Golabek, seated onstage at the piano, performs some of the world's most beloved piano music while sharing harrowing true tales of her mother's life. As a young Jewish pianist in 1938 Vienna, Golabek's mother, Lisa Jura, dreamt of a concert debut at the storied Musikverein concert hall. But when she was swept up in the Kindertransport to London in an attempt to be protected from the Nazi regime, everything about Jura's life was upended -- except her love of music. The Los Angeles Times calls The Pianist of Willesden Lane "an arresting, deeply affecting triumph." Learn More
If you want a wonderful Italian dinner before the show, go to Operacaffe, right across the street on 4th. My husband, who is from Brooklyn, says he hasn't had chicken parmesan that good since New York. And my salmon was delicious.The Pianist of Willesden Lane dining • Sep 15 2014 star this tip starred
Reviews & Ratings
star this review starred report as inappropriate
My Mother and I went to the performance. The music was so loud we couldn't hear the actors. The performers should have had mics, even if the music was softer. We thought the general quality of the performance was mediocre. Both of us are very...continued
This wonderful narrative has been brought to life as an exhilarating new musical filled with glorious music, dancing and heart. Little Women embodies the complete theatrical experience, guaranteeing a night filled with laughter, tears and a lifting of the spirit. This powerful score soars with the sounds of personal discovery, heartache and hope—the sounds of a young America finding its voice.
Directed by Alan Pask and Billy Stevens