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BERLIN TO BROADWAY WITH KURT WEILL Saturday Mat.

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APRIL 10 to 14

 

BERLIN TO BROADWAY WITH KURT WEILL

 

(a musical voyage)

 

Book by Gene Lerner & Music by Kurt Weill

 

Berlin to Broadway with Kurt Weill A Musical Voyage is a joyous and moving celebration of Kurt Weill, a cantor's son and one of the most extraordinary composers of the twentieth century. Weill's greatest theatre songs are presented in a fluid blend of music and story, spanning twenty eventful years, from Von Hindenburg and Hitler in Germany to Roosevelt and Truman in the U.S.

Greeted and ushered along by a charming Guide, audiences are invited to board the musical vessel that is Kurt Weill's rise to international acclaim. Setting sail in 1920s Berlin, Mr. Weill's cross-continental and international travels are described with immaculately crafted narration, surrounded by the composer's most noteworthy works. Selections from more than a dozen of Weill's pieces – including The Threepenny Opera, Knickerbocker Holiday and Lost in the Stars – are chronologically performed while Weill's partnerships, musical and romantic, are dissected. An intoxicating retrospective, Berlin to Broadway with Kurt Weill perfectly fills Weill connoisseurs' cravings and sends those, otherwise unfamiliar with his work, away from the theatre with an appreciation for the musical genius that is Kurt Weill.

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Performances will be held Weds.- Sat. at 7 p.m. with matinee performances on Saturday and Sunday at 2 p.m. There will be no evening performance on Sunday.

At: Mainstage Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre, located at the south end of campus, on the corner of Franklin/Race streets in Farmville.</s

When?
Saturday, April 13, 2019 2:00 PM ET
Where?
MAINSTAGE AUDITORIUM
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