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Return to the splendor and frivolity of the Roaring Twenties with F. Scott Fitzgerald's passionate, thought-provoking, and complex The Great Gatsby. The story is told through the eyes of World War One veteran Nick Caraway. He experiences the rise and fall of the Jazz Age as he is unwillingly immersed in the excess, intrigue, and infidelity of the 1920's upper class. The story of romance and desire is a cautionary tale of unbridled passion and obsession, and how the American Dream can go desperately awry.
Webre's contemporary ballet adaptation of Fitzgerald's classic fuses live music, narration, singing, contemporary and classical dance, tap and more to bring to life the iconic story of obsession, wealth and excess.
A creative team that has amassed an astounding 16 Tony Awards, 4 Pulitzer Prizes, 6 Pulitzer finalist distinctions, 3 Emmys, and 1 Academy Award joins forces at the Globe for an exuberant world premiere dance-theatre musical! Ten of America's best theatrical storytellers (the minds behind such hits as The Full Monty, Driving Miss Daisy, M. Butterfly, and Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike) join director-choreographer Christopher Gattelli (Newsies, The King and I) and composer Stephen Flaherty (Ragtime) to create a ravishing evening that glides, leaps, and twirls through the giddy extremes of romantic love. This unique event ranges across eras and cultures and tells its stories through the universal language of dance, from classical ballet to swing to tap to ballroom to jazz to flamenco and more. In Your Arms is as intoxicating as a sunset cocktail and as exhilarating as a first kiss.
Truly the event of 2016, Rain marks Artistic Director Barry Edelstein's musical directing debut. This sumptuous world premiere brings to San Diego one of the most exciting teams working in theatre today: Michael John LaChiusa and Sybille Pearson. Based on Somerset Maugham's famous short story, Rain follows a group of American travelers thrown together in a boarding house on a tropical South Pacific island. The sudden arrival of another guest, the mysterious and provocative Sadie Thompson, turns their lives upside down in ways they could never have foreseen. Featuring a lush and stirring score by LaChiusa, the genius behind Broadway's The Wild Party, Rain is a powerful and sweeping musical drama.
When introverted, 30-something computer repairman Dan finds a potential spark with outgoing t-shirt designer Lindsay, his attempts at a relationship are thwarted by the Technicolor world in his head. This world-premiere musical goes where no musical has gone before, bringing to life the circus of judgmental, neurotic, ever-changing characters that rule an ordinary man's mind. Up Here is an ambitious, razor-sharp musical comedy about recognizing your place in the universe — and maybe even finding happiness.