The Book of the Dun Cow

West End Theatre at Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew
263 W 86th St, New York, NY 10024
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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

Music by Randy Courts Book & Lyrics by Mark St. Germain Set in a time when the sun turned round the earth and animals could speak, The Book of the Dun Cow is a powerful, uplifting new musical adapted from Walter Wangerin Jr.'s National Book Award winning novel. Chauntecleer, an all too human Rooster, battles the evil forces of Wyrm for nothing less than the fate of the earth. An allegorical tale told by a musical menagerie, this heartfelt, epic adventure will thrill all ages. Prospect's Artistic Director Cara Reichel brings to life this fantastical story with her innovative staging and the help of a talented, ensemble cast. The Book of the Dun Cow contains images of violence which while not graphic in nature might be disturbing to young children. Talk Back Performance: Buy tickets for the performance on February 12 and join a post show discussion with members of the creative team. Take advantage of Dinner and a Show February 11! Enjoy a relaxed dinner before the show with fellow theater-goers, as well as with Prospect's founding members. In addition, a special artistic guest will be present at the dinner to speak about the process of creating the show, and to answer questions. A $50 Patron Dinner ticket covers a prix-fixe three-course meal (salad, entrée, and dessert / coffee), and a glass of wine with dinner (Admission valued at $15, dinner at $35). Additionally, patron dinner participants will receive reserved, prime seating at the performance with their group, so there's no need to worry about rushing to the theater to get good seats. Dinner will begin at 6:00 p.m. prior to the 8:00 p.m. performance at Time Cafe's Fez, on Broadway at 85th Street. Additional performance: Monday, February 6 at 8pm Box Office Hours: open one hour prior to curtain Group Sales Number (10+): 212-594-4476 Appropriate For Ages: 10+

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