May 4, 2007: Two luminous, life-infused portraits glow from within a dim, heavy frame at the Biltmore Theater, where “LoveMusik” opened last night. This bio-musical about the marital and professional relationship of the German-born composer Kurt Weill and the actress Lotte Lenya, directed by Harold Prince, is sluggish, tedious and (hold your breath) unmissable — at least for anyone who cherishes stars who mold songs into thrilling windows of revelation.READ THE REVIEW
LoveMusik BROADWAY REVIEWS
- Opening Night:
- May 3, 2007
- June 24, 2007
Theater: Biltmore Theatre / 261 West 47th Street, New York, NY, 10036Synopsis:BUY TICKETS BUY GROUP TICKETS
An epic romance set in Berlin, Paris, Broadway and Hollywood, LoveMusik follows the lives of the unlikeliest of lovers – the brilliant, intellectual German composer Kurt Weill and a lusty girl from the streets of Vienna who became his muse and star, Lotte Lenya. The show spans 25 years in the lives of this complicated couple.
NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF LoveMusik