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    A Little Night Music

    Presented by Boston University Stage Troupe at Tsai Performance Center

    October 21 - October 23, 2011


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    A Little Night Music

    A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC
    Book by Hugh Wheeler
    Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
    Directed by Ryan McPhee and Abigail Smith
    Musically Directed by Alexandre Abdoulaev

    Please join Boston University Stage Troupe in celebrating Parents Weekend 2011 with the production of this Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler masterpiece, recently revived on Broadway. With a breathtaking score including the staple “Send...

    A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC
    Book by Hugh Wheeler
    Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
    Directed by Ryan McPhee and Abigail Smith
    Musically Directed by Alexandre Abdoulaev

    Please join Boston University Stage Troupe in celebrating Parents Weekend 2011 with the production of this Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler masterpiece, recently revived on Broadway. With a breathtaking score including the staple “Send in the Clowns” and a book full of romance, comedy, and passion, A Little Night Music is sure to captivate all ages.

    It is the turn-of-the-century Scandinavia. Middle-aged Fredrik Egerman brings his young wife Anne to a play starring “the one and only” Desiree Armfeldt. It is soon revealed that Desiree and Fredrik are in fact former lovers. The two begin to rekindle their romance, enraging Desiree’s current lover, a pompous Count. In her attempts to win Fredrik back, the actress has her sage mother invite the Egerman family to their county estate. This “Weekend in the Country” brings together Frederik, Anne, Desiree and the Count, as well as Fredrik's son, Desiree's daughter, the Count's scathing wife, and the Egermans' lusty maid. With the beautiful estate as a backdrop, love is discovered and reawakened, and the night smiles upon the young and the old.


    Tsai Performance Center

    Boston University, 685 Commonwealth Avenue
    Boston, MA 02215

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    Admission Info:

    Friday: $8
    Saturday and Sunday: $17 BU Students, $25 General

    Tickets for Friday's performance available at the George Sherman Union information desk at 775 Commonwealth Avenue.

    Tickets for Saturday and Sunday available online for BU Parents Weekend guests, and at the Tsai Performance Center Box Office


    General Day and Time Info:

    Friday and Saturday, 7:30 PM
    Sunday, 2:00 PM


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