FELA! Award-Winning Broadway Musical at the Ordway Center
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The last date listed for FELA! was Thursday June 14, 2012 / 7:30pm.
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Read the stellar Goldstar member reviews https://www.goldstar.com/events/los-angeles-ca/fela?reviews=all#reviews for this production’s Los Angeles run, or check out the reviews of the show in Washington https://www.goldstar.com/events/washington-dc/fela.
The hot (and seriously cool) energy that comes from the musical gospel preached by the title character of _FELA! _feels as if it could stretch easily to the borders of Manhattan and then across a river or two. There should be dancing in the streets! —Ben Brantley, _The New York Times _
_FELA__!_ Is as rowdy as it is rousing. (It) is one of the most original and exciting shows to come around in a long while. —_New York Daily News _
There’s enough energy in the first act of _ FELA!_ to short circuit Con Ed. It spills over from the stage and into the orchestra seats. Boundless and joyous: This is as close as Broadway gets to fully immersive theatre. —_New York Post _
Bill T. Jones’s wildly loose-limbed journey into the throbbing heart of Afrobeat breaks bold new ground in musical theatre. —_Variety _
“ … the most exuberant musical I’ve seen this season. … the fusion of his (Fela’s) sound is rapturously celebrated with a pinwheel parade of pelvises.” —Los Angeles Times
FELA! is a new musical directed and choreographed by Tony Award-winner Bill T. Jones, in which audiences are welcomed into the extravagant, decadent and rebellious world of Afro-beat legend Fela Anikulapo Kuti. Using his pioneering music (a blend of jazz, funk, and African rhythm and harmonies), FELA! explores Kuti’s controversial life as an artist, political activist and revolutionary musician. A three-time Tony Award winner in 2010, this production arrives at the Ordway direct from Broadway.