Since its inaugural publication on August 30, 1859, A Tale of Two Cities has sold over 200 million copies in several languages, making it one of the most famous books in the history of fictional literature. The musical version of the classic novel comes to Broadway after making its debut at Asolo Repertory Theatre in Sarasota, Florida last season, where it enjoyed a sold-out run.
A Tale of Two Cities on Broadway
"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…"; it was the French Revolution, against which Dickens' classic tale of vengeance, redemption, sacrifice — and love — comes to vivid life.
One of the most electrifying love stories ever written, told against a backdrop of one of the most terrifying eras in history. Let the revolution begin!
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Set against an epic backdrop of the French Revolution, A Tale of Two Cities is a musical about injustice, vengeance and the redemptive power of love. When Dr. Manette is released from the French Bastille after 17 years, he must be resurrected from the brink of madness by his daughter, Lucie. In England they meet two very different men: the exiled French aristocrat, Charles Darnay, whom Lucie marries, and the drunken cynic, Sydney Carton. Soon family secrets and political intrigue combine to draw Lucie and her family back and the musical finds an unlikely hero in Carton.
Warren Carlyle (Director and Choreographer)
Tony Walton (Scenic Design)
David Zinn (Costume Design)
Richard Pilbrow (Lighting Design)
Carl Casella and Domonic Sack (Sound Design)
Edward B. Kessel and Bob Krogstad (Orchestrations)
Edward B. Kessel and Wendy Bobbitt Cavett (Musical Arrangements)
Jill Santoriello (Book, Music, and Lyrics)
Charles Dickens (Original Novel)