After more than two decades playing worldwide and selling more than 15 million tickets in 23 countries, Notre Dame de Paris will make its long-awaited New York City debut this summer. The production, performed in French with English supertitles and featuring a dazzling international 30-member cast and a live orchestra, will play from July 13-24, 2022 at the David H. Koch Theatre at Lincoln Center. The production will open on Bastille Day, Thursday, July 14, with a special Gala performance.
The world premiere engagement of the new musical comedy, The Last Supper, taking place this summer at South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC) will star Tony Award nominee Charlotte d’Amboise, Mark Evans, and Alex Newell. With book, music, and lyrics by Jeremy Desmon and Jeff Thomson, The Last Supper is based on the SONY film of the same name with an original screenplay by Dan Rosen. This world premiere production, beginning performances on Wednesday, July 27 and running through Sunday, August 7, is directed by Tony Award nominee Sheryl Kaller and choreographed by Lorin Latarro. A storyabout five liberal grad students sharing a house in a conservative college town who, in their efforts to save the world, host a collection of their neighbors for a friendly evening of dinner and discourse. Things do not go well. If you aren’t careful, somebody might get killed! Please visit https://www.sopacnow.org/events/the-last-supper/.
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Antonio Banderas confirm the creation of a new joint venture – Amigos Para Siempre (APS) – to produce Spanish language theatre, musicals and live entertainment shows, including some of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s best-loved works, for major Spanish-speaking markets.
Long-term collaborators and friends, Lloyd Webber and Banderas’ APS venture will licence, produce and develop work for the world’s Spanish-speaking markets, one of the largest and fastest growing global audiences. APS covers all major Spanish-speaking markets throughout the world, including Spanish-speaking markets within the USA.
Through the Really Useful Group, founded and owned by Andrew Lloyd Webber, the joint venture will have first-class stage rights to Spanish language versions of Lloyd Webber’s iconic musical hits including The Phantom of the Opera, Sunset Boulevard, Starlight Express, Jesus Christ Superstar, Evita, Cinderella, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and School of Rock.
Lead Photo: Notre Dame de Paris