Featuring book by Richard Vetere, music by Jeffery Lodin, and lyrics by William Squier, A Hundred Years into the Heart is a Romantic musical, set within a Long Island Italian Family.
A baby falls from the sixth floor window, setting into motion a chain of events that ends 25 years later with two men in love with the same woman. Awarded "Best of the New Works" at New Haven's Arts & Ideas Festival, this romantic musical asks: are our lives decided by fate or by the choices we make?
Proof that truth really is stranger than fiction, this unlikely story is based on an actual event that occurred in the family of writer Richard Vetere. In June 2003 the musical was awarded "Best of the New Works" in New Haven's Arts & Ideas Festival and has been scheduled for production by the Spirit of Broadway Theater in May/June, 2005. Vetere's previous writing credits include the stage play one shot, one kill, which was produced by Primary Stages in 2002, and was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize.
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Friday, Sept 17, 5pm
Saturday, Sept 18, 8pm
Sunday, Sept 19, 8pm
Thursday, Sept 23, 6pm
Sunday, Sept 26, 4:30pm
Tuesday, Sept 28, 6pm
Wednesday, Sept 29, 5pm
Saturday, Oct 2, 4:30pm
Sunday, Oct 3, 8pm
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