Nominated for Best Musical Theater Album at the 62nd Grammy Awards!
One of the most beloved movies of the 21st century, Moulin Rouge captured the hearts of audiences across the world with its tragic love story and monumental score. Now, following a delightful world premiere in Boston, this spellbinding and captivating stage musical has finally made its Broadway bow, with riginal stars Aaron Tviet and Karen Olivo reprising their roles as Christian and Satine.
Baz Luhrmann's Moulin Rouge is cemented into the world-wide cannon of iconic movies in history. With a glittering cast featuring Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor, and a set which would astound the most cynical viewer it's no wonder that Moulin Rouge went on to be one of the most award-nominated movies of all time. When released in the early 2000s Moulin Rouge was nominated for an outstanding 129 awards, winning two Academy Awards, three Golden Globes and one BAFTA. Moulin Rouge's success certainly cemented Luhrmann's stake as a global movie icon.
Due to its sparkling success, it's no wonder that director Alex Timbers was keen to take up the previous dormant torch of stage adaptation and light it once more.
The year is 1900 and Christian, a young poet and talented writer has come to Paris to pursue a career and become a member of the Bohemian movement there. Christian ends up falling hopelessly in love with Satine, the star of the infamous Moulin Rouge, however, Satine has already been promised to the unscrupulous Duke. A love triangle ensues, as Christian and Satine try to stay together against all odds they are led down a dark and dangerous path but Satine is holding a terrible secret of her own...
Previews from: 28 June 2019
Opening night: 25 July 2019
Two hours and 35 minutes with one intermission
Aaron Tveit as Christian
Karen Olivo as Satine
Austin Durant as Harold Zidler
Danny Burstein as Harold Zidler (on a break of six-weeks)
Sahr Ngaujah as Toulouse-Lautrec
Tam Mutu as The Duke
Ricky Rojas as Santiago
Robyn Hurder as Nini
Directed by Alex Timbers
Book by John Logan
Choreography by Sonya Tayeh
Based on the film by Baz Luhrmann
Music supervisor by Justin Levine
Music production by Matt Stine
Scenic design by Derek McLane
Costume design by Catherine Zuber
Lighting design by Justin Townsend
Sound design by Peter Hylenski
Wig and hair design by David Brian Brown
Best Musical Theater Album
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