Movin' Out, the Billy Joel Musical at AMTSJ
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The last date listed for Movin' Out was Sunday June 26, 2005 / 1:00pm.
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With its hot-house emotions and lush melodies, this Pulitzer- and Tony Award-winning musical has melted the hearts of audiences for over 60 years. At once a romantic musical and a deeply felt drama, South Pacific tells the story of Americans stationed in an unfamiliar culture in wartime, a situation as relevant today as when it first thrilled audiences in 1949. Timeless themes such as love, prejudice, happiness and cultural differences are tackled with the help of an immortal score, filled with all-time favorites like "Some Enchanted Evening," "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair" and "Bali Ha'i." Learn More
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unbelievable. the show took my breath away from beginning to end. the dancing was absolutely phenomenal and made me want to sign up for dance lessons...but let's not forget about the lead singer/pianist who made me want to buy every single Billy...continued
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Four Stars! —Detroit Free Press
“Movin’ Out sizzles with energy, vitality and class.” —Variety
“Movin’ Out is flat-out brilliant.” —Buffalo News
Listen to song clips from the Original Broadway Cast recording.
Five-time Grammy winner Billy Joel and legendary director/choreographer Twyla Tharp have joined forces to create the most spectacular new musical experience to hit Broadway in over a decade. The New York Times declares Movin’ Out “a shimmering portrait of an American generation… that propels the audience into delirious ovations.” Movin’ Out brings 26 Billy Joel classics to electrifying new life as it tells the story of five life-long friends over two turbulent decades. It all adds up to one unforgettable Broadway musical.
Long Island in the ’60s. The king and queen of the prom, Brenda and Eddie, are finished, while forever sweethearts, James and Judy, are ready for marriage. Their friend, Tony, is looking for that kind of love, and finds it with Brenda, who has become her own woman. War takes the men away from home, leaving their loved ones to pick up the pieces. James loses his life in combat, while Tony and Eddie return home broken as Judy grieves.
The vets try to cobble their lives back together. Tony can’t seem to find a way to reconnect with Brenda, while Eddie can’t connect with anyone. Spiraling into a lonely existence of drugs and self-loathing, Eddie takes a tour through a nightmare of his past, projecting Judy as his guide. By chance, he encounters Judy jogging in the park, and her forgiveness allows him to finally set his life back on track. Brenda and Tony rediscover the love needed to heal their wounds. The friends reunite to discover they have all found their way back home.