Godspell Broadway Show
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Godspell on Broadway
Godspell, the classic musical by John-Michael Tebelak and Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Children of Eden, Pippin) based on the Gospel According to Matthew, has been a staple of community theaters, colleges, and schools around the country, but it's rarely seen on Broadway. This revival brings this amazing musical featuring songs like "Day By Day" and "Bless the Lord" to the Great White Way in a beautiful new production.
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The life and teachings of Jesus are celebrated in this lively musical that is full of joyful, funny, and haunting songs.
Daniel Goldstein (Direction)
Christopher Gattelli (Choreography)
David Korins (Scenic Design)
Miranda Hoffman (Costume Design)
Ben Stanton (Lighting Design)
Michael Holland (Orchestrations)
Charlie Alterman (Musical Direction)
John-Michael Tebelak (Book)
Stephen Schwartz (Music and Lyrics)
Summary In this musical based on the Gospel According to Matthew, the teachings of Jesus Christ are celebrated through songs that are joyful, haunting, and full of humor.
Age Appropriate 4+. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Our Recommendation Directed with ingenuity by Daniel Goldstein and choreographed by Christopher Gattelli, this highly exuberant production injects the 1971 musical by John-Michael Tebelak and Stephen Schwartz with non-stop energy, color, and a steady stream of modern pop-culture references. Though Godspell seems longer than necessary (the show moves through so many parables so quickly that it can be all too easy to miss the point), the winning cast and Schwartz's marvelous, tuneful score keep most of the audience grinning from ear to ear.