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Perhaps the crowning dramatic achievement of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, Evita won seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical and Best Score. The show is among the most passionate and memorable works in musical theater history. Eva Perón used her beauty and charisma to rise from her poverty-stricken roots on the outskirts of Buenos Aires to become the powerful and controversial first lady of Argentina at the age of 27. She won international acclaim and adoration as a champion of the poor while glamour, power, and greed made her the world's first major political celebrity. With an electrifying score inspired by jazz, pop, and Latin music, including the riveting anthem "Don't Cry for Me Argentina," this iconic musical is set to dazzle with a spectacular new staging at Asolo Rep.
Style. Status. Success. A group of 20-something editorial assistants are pursuing it all at one of New York's most esteemed cultural magazines. But declining readership, diminishing advertising revenue, and forced layoffs have employees tense and combative behind their cubicle walls. When a seemingly normal day at the office turns out to be anything but, these aspiring journalists are given inspiration in a way they never expected. A Pulitzer Prize finalist, this hilariously dark and shocking play takes audiences on an unpredictable, unnerving journey to a simple and very human insight.
Julius Caesar endures as a provocative examination of personal responsibility against the backdrop of great political consequences. In a fast-paced adaptation both intimate and ruthless, the next generation will have the chance to ask how each of us must weigh the greater good against the advice of friends, the roar of public opinion, strategic advantages, personal costs, and the compass of our own hearts.
Hilarious and heartwarming, this unconventional new comedy tackles love, loss, and coming to terms with growing old. After hooking up at a funeral, Angus and Abigail find themselves waking up the next morning wrapped in sheets on his sofa. Strangers just the day before, Abigail thinks she may finally be ready to take another chance on love, but Angus has a few issues to work through first. Enter neighbor Ollie, formerly a baseball player for the Detroit Tigers who now enjoys golf and yoga. Nothing is as it seems with this trio, and every disclosure reveals a new perspective. Set in a Florida retirement community, this charming and big-hearted comedy takes audiences on an unexpected journey toward a new lease on life.
It's the dawn of the 20th century in New York...a time of enormous change and new ideas, and the world is moving to the music of ragtime. This epic Tony Award-winning musical depicts the struggles, successes, hopes, and dreams of a white, upper-middle class family in New Rochelle, an African-American musician and his girlfriend in Harlem, and a Jewish immigrant and his daughter on the Lower East Side. Interwoven with their stories are the newsmakers of the era — Harry Houdini, Booker T. Washington, J.P. Morgan, and Henry Ford among them. Minneapolis director Peter Rothstein has reenvisioned this originally massive musical as an innovative, highly theatrical production that, in today's world, resonates to the very heart.
A farce. A tragedy. A brilliant experiment for the mind. Brace yourself for an exhilarating experience staged by multi-Tony Award winner Frank Galati. Berenger is a simple man with a simple life. He has a regular job, drinks too much, and has a flirtatious relationship with his coworker Daisy. But his day is interrupted by a rhinoceros charging through town — then another and another. Berenger begins to ponder the ramifications of literally following the herd. Written just after World War Two, Rhinoceros is still considered a masterpiece of absurdist theater, where the world is incomprehensible and anything a writer can imagine can happen. Don't miss this hilarious satire about mass culture, conformity, and integrity.
As the U.S. adjusts to a new administration and millions of women march in solidarity around the world, Roe emerges at a pivotal time in our nation's history. The lawyer: a young, brilliant, courageous woman arguing Roe v. Wade before the Supreme Court. The plaintiff: a hard-living single woman who, in 1969, found herself poor and pregnant for a third time. The landmark 1973 case legalized abortion but also began unforeseen transformations for these women, mirroring the polarization in American culture. With shocking turns and surprising humor, Roe illuminates the difficult choices women make and the passion each side has for its cause.
Tom Stoppard and Marc Norman's Academy Award-winning film bursts to life on the Asolo Rep stage. Promising young playwright Will Shakespeare is tormented by writer's block while two competing theater managers are demanding new comedies replete with romance, adventure, and maybe a funny bit with a dog. To his rescue comes the beautiful and vibrant Viola, Will's greatest admirer and the inspiration he's been longing for. But Viola has a secret, and Will finds himself star-cross'd. This sweeping romantic comedy is a love letter to the arts. As Viola proclaims, "I will have poetry in my life. And adventure. And love. Love above all."