Romantic Comedy She Loves Me, A Holiday Musical
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From the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning creators of Next to Normal and starring Tony Award winner Idina Menzel (Wicked) in her much-anticipated return to the stage, If/Then is now in its final performances in DC before heading to Broadway. This engaging musical tells the story of Elizabeth, who moves back to New York in search of a fresh start. Elizabeth attempts to plan out every detail so her new life can be perfect, but unexpected choices and random events impact her world in ways she never thought possible. Menzel will be joined in the show's cast by her original Rent co-star Anthony Rapp and fellow Tony Award winner LaChanze. Learn More
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- “...a continuously melodic evening of sheer entertainment and complete escape.” --The New York Times
<p>She Loves Me occupies a special place in the hearts of many musical theater fans. Its story comes from a Hungarian play that inspired three films, "The Shop Around the Corner" with Jimmy Stewart, "In the Good Old Summertime" with Judy Garland and the more recent "You’ve Got Mail." None of them, though, can top this gem. </p> <p>Georg and Amalia can’t stand each other. Intensely competitive clerks in a shop in 1930s Budapest, they are constantly at odds with one another. Each secretly finds solace in an anonymous pen pal – totally unaware that they are actually writing romantic letters to each other. This endearing tale of unlikely sweethearts, and the eccentric colleagues who aid and abet them, is an intelligent, romantic comedy with a touch of Old World elegance. From the songwriting team behind Fiddler on the Roof, the intoxicating score features the showstopping “Ice Cream,” “Twelve Days to Christmas” and the popular title tune. </p>
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