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A Letter to Harvey Milk

Closed June 30, 2018

A new musical about looking past first impressions

Why See A Letter to Harvey Milk?

A New Musical

In the eyes of his young writing teacher Barbara, Harry Weinberg isn't the most 'cosmopolitan' of her students. A retired Kosher butcher, he seems reticent about attending the class in the first place, so when he pens a letter to Harvey Milk as part of an assignment, Barbara is more than a little shocked. Over the course of the play, Harry's relationship to the murdered, openly gay major is revealed, in a gentle musical journey that shows our preconceptions of people are sometimes very wide of the mark.

Written by A Letter to Harvey Milk was a finalist for 2012'2 Richard Rodgers Award, and also won five prizes the same year at the New York Musical festival, including Most Promising Musical. This Off-Broadway production is directed by Evan Pappas.

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Dates

Opening night: 21 February 2018

Audience

Recommended for ages 13+

Cast and Creative

Cast

Adam Heller
Julia Knitel
Michael Bartoli
Jeremy Greenbaum
CJ Pawlikowski
Aury Krebs

Creative

Written by Jerry James, Cheryl Stern, Ellen M. Schwartz and Laura I. Kramer
Based on the short story A Letter to Harvey Milk by Leslea Newman
Music by Laura I. Kramer
Lyrics by Ellen M. Schwartz, Additional Lyrics by Cheryl Stern
Directed by Evan Pappas

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2 reviews, average rating: (4.5 Stars)

4.5 star rating

Richard Jazwinski: “Moving”

Very moving - portrays a human heart in the center of the history of... more

Glen Leiner: “Beautifully Composed & Substantive Musical Gently Digs Deep”

Not too many new musicals can provide tuneful music, witty lyrics, and... more

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