The play, which is inspired by the posthumous bidding war that broke out between the U.S. and France over Jean-Francois Millet's painting "The Angelus," concerns a group of poor artists who stage the death of their mentor in order to drive up the price of his paintings. Ives' previous work includes All in the Timing, Polish Joke, and the concert adaptations of 18 musicals for City Center Encores!
The creative team includes Peter J. Davison (sets), Martin Pakledinaz (costumes), and Peter Kaczorowski (lighting). Blakemore made history by winning the Tony for Best Director of a Play (for Copenhagen) and Best Director of a Musical (for Kiss Me, Kate) in the same year. His other credits include Noises Off, City of Angels, and Deuce.
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