These days it is unusual to find something new and exciting to fawn over. In the new musical “Invisible Thread” I found just that! With a brilliant composition and moving story, it is an amazing experience. And by “experience” I mean it is a sensory overload of textures on stage and power house songs. Last night I had the pleasure of attending the musical after seeing it in workshop 2 years ago, and I was blown away again. For tickets and further information visit here.
Below is the music video from one of my favorite songs in the musical:
Rarely do you feel a spark of inspiration just by the chords struck on the piano in a musical, even before the poignant dialogue and singing compels you to action. “Witness Uganda” is that rare and powerful gem I was lucky enough to witness last year this time. This year, the play that has won the 2012 Richard Rogers Award for Musical Theater and 2013 Edgerton Foundation New American Plays Award will be on the stage at the American Repertory Theater from February 4 – March 16, 2014. It is a must-see, a travel see, and an experience do!
You will leave encouraged, connected, motivated and moved to action by “Witness Uganda” through the music, dialogue and most importantly the lived experience which inspired the story.
Clips below from A.R.T. preview:
Check out my post on their phenomenal New York performance last year: Witness Uganda