Ovations Magazine - Spring 2020 - Magazine - Page 5
Jimmy Buffett’s Escape to Margaritaville
An Officer and a Gentleman
Kravis On Broadway’s spectacular 2020-2021 season will kick off with an all-new production
based on the Oscar-winning film, An Officer and a Gentleman (November 24-29). A compelling
story of adversity and triumph, this breathtaking romance captivates audiences around the
world and reminds us all that anything’s possible if you have the courage to pursue your dreams.
Next, grab your flip-flops and head on over to where it’s always five o’ clock with Jimmy Buffett’s
Escape to Margaritaville (December 15-20). A light-hearted musical comedy packed with
enough Buffett tunes to delight any Parrothead, critics are calling this new Broadway production
“A little slice of paradise!”
My Fair Lady
Lincoln Center’s lavish new production of Lerner and Loewe’s My Fair Lady
(January 5-10) breathes new life into the timeless classic. Show tunes that have
stood the test of time, I Could Have Danced All Night and Wouldn’t it be Loverly,
among others, are better than ever in this glorious revival.
Then, discover what happens when the fieriest of rivalries turns into the unlikeliest
of friendships. The Broadway smash Wicked (February 3-14) tells the story of
what really happened in the Land of Oz, but from a different angle.
One of the most remarkable shows in musical theater history, according to the
Washington Post, Dear Evan Hansen (March 9-14) delivers a deeply personal
message about life and the way we live it. A contemporary musical that resonates
with all ages.
Take off on an incredible adventure as you’re transported from the Russian
Empire to Paris in the 1920s with the beloved Anastasia (March 30-April 4). This
magnificent production tells the story of a brave young woman on a journey to
discover the mystery of her past.
And get set to laugh aloud as you experience Tina Fey’s hilarious hit musical
Mean Girls (May 11-16). This acclaimed production gets to the heart of what it
means to be a true friend, a worthy nemesis and above all, a human being.
Kravis On Broadway subscribers are receiving their renewals now, donors will have
the opportunity to subscribe in May and subscriptions will go on sale to the general
public in June.
Dear Evan Hansen
Visit kravis.org/broadway to learn more. s