Following its recent success on Independence Day at the Arts Theatre, Notes from New York, the West End's first and only platform for contemporary US musical theatre, will return on Sunday 19 September at the newly opened Trafalgar Studios, featuring the work of the multi-award-winning grandson of musical theatre legend Richard Rodgers, Adam Guettel (Floyd Collins, Myths & Hymns), Tony Award nominee Michael John LaChiusa (The Wild Party, Marie Christine, Hello Again) and New York's best kept musical theatre secret, John Bucchino (The Lavender Girl, Myths & Hymns).
Staged in an intimate cabaret setting, the September edition of Notes from New York will feature a number of UK and European premières, including songs from Adam Guettel's new musical The Light in the Piazza, none of which have previously been performed outside of the US, selections from Michael John LaChiusa's much-loved but rarely performed repertoire and an introduction to the work of John Bucchino, whose songs have been recorded by Barbara Cook, Patti LuPone and Liza Minelli to name only a few. Ethereal, enigmatic and esoteric in the extreme, the work of these three composers is presented in a show celebrating adventure, exploration and living the dream.
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