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  • Matters of the Heart

    Matters of the Heart October 15 - December 17, 2000

    musical direction and arrangements byDick Gallagher
    additional dialogue byJohn Weidman
    conceived and directed byScott Wittman
    Beaumont Theater

    We fell in love all over again with Tony Award winner Patti LuPone, who came back to the Beaumont for the first time since Anything Goes with a new, one-woman concert called MATTERS OF THE HEART. Learn More »

    October 15 - December 17, 2000
  • Rose

    Rose March 28 - May 20, 2000

    Lyceum Theatre

    Olympia Dukakis in the story of a survivor of the Warsaw Ghetto and thrice-married symbol of the Jewish diaspora in America. Inspired by a true story, Rose is an unforgettable portrait of an octogenarian looking back on her amazing life. Learn More »

    March 28 - May 20, 2000
  • Contact (Beaumont)

    Contact (Beaumont) March 2, 2000 - September 1, 2002

    A dance play bySusan Stroman
    AndJohn Weidman
    Directed and choreographed bySusan Stroman
    Beaumont Theater

    Three thematically-linked short stories are told mostly through dance with a dollop of dialogue. In each story, the central character expresses a longing to connect, and dance is both the medium and the message. Learn More »

    March 2, 2000 - September 1, 2002
  • The Time of the Cuckoo

    The Time of the Cuckoo January 27 - May 7, 2000

    Newhouse Theater

    THE TIME OF THE CUCKOO’s central story is a bittersweet romance between Leona Samish, an American vacationing alone in Europe, and Renato Di Rossi, an amorous shopkeeper she meets while staying in Venice. Learn More »

    January 27 - May 7, 2000
  • Morning, Noon and Night

    Morning, Noon and Night October 31, 1999 - January 10, 2000

    Written and performed bySpalding Gray
    Beaumont Theater

    As the title suggests, this 90-minute show covers 24 hours in Spalding's life, from waking up at dawn to the end of a long day as his baby son kicks him to sleep. Learn More »

    October 31, 1999 - January 10, 2000
  • Marie Christine

    Marie Christine October 28, 1999 - January 9, 2000

    Words and music byMichael John LaChiusa
    Directed and Choreographed byGraciela Daniele
    Beaumont Theater

    Loosely derived from Medea, MARIE CHRISTINE reimagines the Greek legend as an American fable. Set in New Orleans and Chicago in the 1890s, this is a tragic tale of a passionate young black woman and her all-consuming love for a white sea captain. Learn More »

    October 28, 1999 - January 9, 2000
  • Contact (Newhouse)

    Contact (Newhouse) September 9, 1999 - January 2, 2000

    A dance play bySusan Stroman
    AndJohn Weidman
    Directed and choreographed by bySusan Stroman
    Newhouse Theater

    Three thematically-linked short stories are told mostly through dance with a dollop of dialogue. In each story, the central character expresses a longing to connect, and dance is both the medium and the message. Learn More »

    September 9, 1999 - January 2, 2000
  • It Ain't Nothin' But the Blues

    It Ain't Nothin' But the Blues June 1 - August 29, 1999

    Beaumont Theater

    IT AIN’T NOTHIN’ BUT THE BLUES—a terrifically entertaining revue which traces the history of the blues from its origins in Africa through the American South to all points beyond—has been cheered at theaters around the country as it made its way to New York. Learn More »

    June 1 - August 29, 1999
  • Ring Round the Moon

    Ring Round the Moon April 1 - June 27, 1999

    Belasco Theatre

    Inhabited by an array of richly-drawn characters--RING ROUND THE MOON is an enchanting comic tale which centers on wealthy twin brothers who vie for the heart of the same beautiful young woman, all under the watchful eye of their wise old aunt. Learn More »

    April 1 - June 27, 1999
  • Ancestral Voices

    Ancestral Voices March 28, 1999 - April 3, 2000

    Newhouse Theater

    ANCESTRAL VOICES is set in Gurney's hometown of Buffalo, New York in the 1940's. It is a bittersweet story, perceived through the eyes of young Eddie, whose family is turned inside out when his grandmother unexpectedly divorces his grandfather in order to marry his grandfather's best friend. Learn More »

    March 28, 1999 - April 3, 2000
  • Via Dolorosa

    Via Dolorosa March 5 - June 13, 1999

    Written and Performed byDavid Hare
    Directed byStephen Daldry
    Booth Theatre

    VIA DOLOROSA was a theatrical account of Sir David's journey to the Middle East. This was a trip long in the making: he had been invited to Israel many times and had put off visiting for a variety of reasons. In 1997, when Hare turned 50 the same year that Israel also celebrated its fiftieth anniversary, he felt the timing was right to go. Learn More »

    March 5 - June 13, 1999
  • Far East

    Far East December 11, 1998 - March 7, 1999

    Newhouse Theater

    A young American Navy lieutenant is stationed at a base near Tokyo during the Korean War and falls in love with a Japanese woman, despite his parents' objections from back home. Learn More »

    December 11, 1998 - March 7, 1999
  • Parade

    Parade November 12, 1998 - February 28, 1999

    Book byAlfred Uhry
    Music and Lyrics byJason Robert Brown
    Co-conceived byHarold Prince
    Directed byHarold Prince
    Beaumont Theater

    The story of PARADE is true. It is a love story against all odds, a love story played against a backdrop of religious intolerance and political injustice that make this musical so emotionally compelling. Learn More »

    November 12, 1998 - February 28, 1999
  • Twelfth Night

    Twelfth Night June 19 - August 30, 1998

    Beaumont Theater

    Written 400 years ago this madcap tale of mistaken identities and misplaced affection is truly timeless. Thus, LCT's new production was not rooted in a specific time or place, although it did have a contemporary feel. Learn More »

    June 19 - August 30, 1998
  • A New Brain

    A New Brain May 14 - August 23, 1998

    Music and Lyrics byWilliam Finn
    Book byWilliam Finn
    andJames Lapine
    Directed and Choreographed byGraciela Daniele
    Newhouse Theater

    The story of A NEW BRAIN is drawn from William Finn's own life. Back in 1992, shortly after the successful opening of Falsettos on Broadway—Finn suffered a brain seizure and was hospitalized. From such dire source material came this surprisingly joyous and funny musical about songwriter Gordon Schwinn. Learn More »

    May 14 - August 23, 1998
  • Ah, Wilderness!

    Ah, Wilderness! February 19 - May 3, 1998

    Beaumont Theater

    A comedy...by Eugene O'Neill? Yes! Although he is one of the pillars of 20th-century drama and created some of the most memorable, tragic stories for the stage, O'Neill did write one comedy in 1933: AH, WILDERNESS! Learn More »

    February 19 - May 3, 1998
  • Pride's Crossing

    Pride's Crossing November 6, 1997 - April 5, 1998

    Newhouse Theater

    PRIDE'S CROSSING is Tina Howe's fictional biography of Mabel Tidings Bigelow, a New Englander whose life has spanned the twentieth century, by turns a gentile young lady, a burgeoning feminist, and a discreet iconoclast. Learn More »

    November 6, 1997 - April 5, 1998
  • Ivanov

    Ivanov October 23, 1997 - January 4, 1998

    Beaumont Theater

    This early, neglected play by Anton Chekhov was adapted by David Hare, staged by Gerald Gutierrez and starred Oscar and two-time Tony winner Kevin Kline in the title role. Learn More »

    October 23, 1997 - January 4, 1998