Theatres and the coronavirus outbreak
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Some smaller theatres have already made plans to reopen, though this does not apply yet to all venues.
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30 Nov 2021 to 22 Jan 2022
O, I'm gonna be wounded.
O, I'm gonna be your wound.
O, I'm gonna bruise you.
O, you're gonna be my bruise.
A time to learn.
A time to rebel.
A time to love.
A time to burn.
Winner of the Tony and Olivier awards for best musical, Spring Awakening tells a story of adolescent anarchy, set to one of the most loved scores of the 21st century.
A group of teenagers - silenced and controlled by a censorious society - discover a new world of feeling and freedom outside the classroom, with beautiful and devastating consequences.
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Age suitability: Not available
Almeida Artistic Director Rupert Goold (Ink, Albion) directs the first London revival of Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik's (American Psycho: A New Musical, Almeida Theatre and Broadway) acclaimed musical, based on the ground-breaking and once-banned 19th century play by Frank Wedekind.
This production is supported by the Ruddock Foundation for the Arts
Performed by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe) Limited.
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Author: Steven Sater (book), based On The Play By Frank Wedekind
Composer: Duncan Sheik
Lyricist: Steven Sater
Director: Rupert Goold
Designer: Miriam Buether
Costume designer: Nicky Gillibrand
Musical direction: Jo Cichonska
Choreography: Lynne Page
Lighting: Jack Knowles