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Joyful Noise

a Drama w/ Comedy & Music
CATEGORY :
by Tim Slover

COMPANY : Art Within [WEBSITE]
VENUE : 14th Street Playhouse [WEBSITE]
ID# 168

SHOWING : December 01, 2000 - December 23, 2000

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

The question isn't whether Handel's Messiah will be written, rather how does it rise out of the feuds, jealousies, and political wrangling of the day to create an awe-inspiring "Hallelujah Chorus" and forever change those who were a part of it. Recently produced off-Broadway, this historically-accurate, behind the scenes story of redemption exposes the true story of the jealousies, feuds, and politics that almost prevented the world's best known oratorio, "The Messiah," from ever being written. Main Stage, 14th Street Playhouse.


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Bryan Coley
Musical Direction Peter Hauenstein
Stage Manager Tonya Diston
Costume Design Martha Doolittle
Production Design Bart McGeehon
Susannah Cibber Terri Measel Adams
Kitty Clive Kim Bowers-Rheay
George Frideric Handel Tony Brown
Bishop Henry Egerton Scott Fugate
Charles Jennens Peter Hauenstein
King George II Matthew Ireland
John Christopher Smith James Garland Peek
Mary Pendarves Wesley Usher
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