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Summer: The Donna Summer Musical

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This production takes us full-throttle through the remarkable life of the artist we've come to know as the Queen of Disco

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Why See Summer: The Donna Summer Musical?

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A Musical On the Singer That Ruled 1970s Disco

After being premiered in LA, Summer, the musical that harmoniously depicts music legend Donna Summer's incredible life and the unforgettable legacy that she left behind comes to New York. It stars three actresses as they portray the late singer's life at various stages; the trials, tribulations and the triumphs.

Donna Summer's story is not one to be forgotten. The artist rose to fame in the disco genre that became mainstream in the late 1970s. Her talent propelled her in establishing a world famous and well respected musical career that saw her win five Grammys and have three consecutive albums reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100.

Featuring over 20 hits from the late superstar including 'I Feel Love,' 'She Works Hard for the Money,' and 'Love to Love You Baby,' this show takes viewers on a journey through legendary music and celebrates the life of an icon.

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Dates

Previews from: 28 March 2018

Opening night: 23 April 2018

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Cast and Creative

Cast

LaChanze as Diva Donna
Ariana DeBose as Disco Donna
Storm Lever as Duckling Donna
Aaron Krohn as Neil 
Ken Robinson as Andrew Gaines
Jared Zirilli as Bruce Sudano 

Ensemble
Angelica Beliard, Mackenzie Bell, Kaleigh Cronin, Kimberly Dodson, Anissa Felix, Drew Wildman Foster, Afra Hines, Jenny Laroche, Wonu Ogunfowora, Rebecca Riker, Christina Acosta Robinson, Jessica Rush, Kaye Tuckerman, Harris M. Turner, Aurelia Michael, and Jody Reynard. 

Creative

Directed by Des McAnuff
Choreographed by Sergio Trujillo
Music supervision by Ron Melrose
Scenic design by Robert Brill 
Costumes by Paul Tazewell
Lighting by Howell Binkley 
Sound by Gareth Owen 
Projections by Sean Nieuwenhuis 

Awards

DRAMA LEAGUE AWARDS, 2018 - NOMINATIONS

Distinguished Performance Award - Ariana DeBose, LaChanze
Outstanding Production Of A Broadway or Off-Broadway Musical

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Alison DaRosa: “Hot Stuff!”

This musical was launched at La Jolla Playhouse, where I saw it. Fabulous!... more

Alison: “Donna Summer Musical”

A must see. Great perfromances and if you want to dance in your seat (and... more

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