The James Lapine, Tom Kitt, and Michael Korie melodic is propelled by three surely understood specialists who, during the 1950s, tried different things with LSD.
Carmen Cusack, Harry Hadden-Paton, and Tony Yazbeck will come back to Broadway as Clare Boothe Luce, Aldous Huxley, and Cary Grant, separately, in the melodic Flying Over Sunset. The new work from James Lapine, Tom Kitt, and Michael Korie will be exhibited by Lincoln Center Theater in the Vivian Beaumont Theater in the spring.
Flying Over Sunset, a 1950s-set story which investigates the job and impacts of LSD, is booked to start exhibitions March 12, 2020, in front of an April 16 opening. Flying Over Sunset is the most popular Broadway Musical Event one that you would want to miss. Join Tickets4musical to get an extensive range of inexpensive Flying Over Sunset Cheap Tickets.
The melodic highlights a book and heading by Lapine, music by Kitt, and verses by Korie. Michelle Dorrance, originator and imaginative chief of Dorrance Dance, will make her dramatic presentation as choreographer.
In spite of the fact that a work of fiction, Flying Over Sunset is propelled by three understood people: Brave New World creator Huxley, The Women dramatist, negotiator, and congresswoman Luce (Cusack), and Hollywood driving man Grant (Yazbeck), every one of whom tried different things with the medication LSD. The melodic sees them meet up at junction in their lives. Affected by the medication, they go up against the puzzles of their lives and their reality.
Additional casting will be announced.