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Everyday Rapture


Broadway Play with Music

Previews  April 19 2010
Opened  April 29 2010
Limited Run to July 11 2010

Running Time  1 hr 30 mins | No intermission

Tickets  $66.50 to $116.50

Prices do not include any taxes, service charges or other charges

Order at  Roundabout Theatre Company

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Producers

Roundabout Theatre Company

Creative

Dick Scanlon & Sherie Rene Scott authors
Michael Mayer director
Michelle Lynch musical staging
Tom Kitt orchestrations

Tom Broecker costume design
Kevin Adams lighting design
Christine Jones scenic design
Brian Ronan sound design

Opening Night Cast    
Sherie Rene Scott    
Eamon Foley    
Lindsay Mendez    
Betsy Wolfe    
     

Synopsis

From the announcement: "the story of a young woman’s psycho-sexual-spiritual journey on the rocky path that separates her mostly Mennonite past from her mostly Manhattan future. Her life takes her from the cornfields of Kansas to the clover fields of New York (with a disturbing detour through YouTube)"

The Road to Broadway

Sometimes you just never know. Everyday Rapture had a very successful run during the Second Stage Theatre's 2009 season. We hadn't heard that it was supposed to be any more than it was -- the usual cute little show about the usual angst-driven performer that comes to the big city -- or that it was supposed to go much further than Second Stage (Besides possibly as a pull-it-out-of-my-back-pocket vehicle for Ms Scott whenever she had some down time)

Until...

...Megan Mullally had some, erm, backstage differences during rehearsals for the Roundabout's production of Lips Together, Teeth Apart that left its artistic director, Todd Haimes, scrambling to fill a now dark American Airlines theater. Sometimes it takes years to mount a Broadway production, much depends on the availability of the creative folks and the performers. This time 'round somebody was smilin' on somebody

 

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