Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Starring Kathleen Turner at the Ahmanson
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Barry Manilow returns to his first love, writing musicals, with the much-anticipated Harmony. This musical story of the world's first hit boy band is based on the true tale of six talented young Germans who came together in the 1920s and took the world by storm. With a signature blend of sophisticated close harmonies and hilarious stage antics, the Comedian Harmonists were an actual group that sold millions of records, starred in films and packed the prestigious concert halls around the globe -- until the rise of Nazi Germany split them apart. Inspired by the story, Manilow and his co-creator, writer-lyricist Bruce Sussman, created this musical with an original score that celebrates this extraordinary group of friends and their quest for true harmony in one of the most discordant periods of world history. Learn More
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- "A pulse-racing masterpiece. As Martha, Kathleen Turner secures her berth as a first-rate, depth probing stage actress in a stunning, gorgeous performance. The brilliant Bill Irwin’s George is boldly conceived and chilling. A great marital wrestling match of a play.” --Ben Brantley, <em>New York Times</em>
- “Scorching & exhilarating! Suavely directed by Anthony Page, Edward Albee’s <em>Woolf</em> has a soaring, scarring intensity rare in the theatre.” --Clive Barnes, <em>New York Post</em>
- “A giddy, vicious thrill! All performances are so good, they’re inseparable. One of the most dazzling displays of verbal blood sport ever to stain the American stage.” --Scott Brown, <em>Entertainment Weekly</em>
A savagely funny event in 3 knockout rounds -- it doesn't get any better than this! Following sensational engagements on Broadway and in London, the national tour began January 11 at the Kennedy Center, opening to rave reviews. Next stop: the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles.
- Starring: Kathleen Turner, Bill Irwin, Kathleen Early and David Furr
- Written By: Edward Albee
- Director: Anthony Page
- Set Design: John Lee Beatty
- Costume Design: Jane Greenwood
- Lighting Design: Peter Kaczorowski
- Sound Designer: Mark Bennett, Michael Creason