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HELLO AGAIN NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW
Opening Night: March 20, 2011
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Experience the world of Michael John LaChiusa's Hello Again: the passion, sex, and power of 10 love affairs, one from each decade of the 20th Century. Witness The Whore, The Young Thing, The Senator, The Soldier and others as they navigate each new sexual entanglement. Love and desire clash as each character seeks elusive connections. Inspired by Arthur Schnitzler's controversial 1897 play, La Ronde, 5-time Tony Award nominee LaChiusa brings Schnitzler's love stories to life with musical and lyrical styles of each decade, ranging from opera to jazz to disco. Transport Group's production, the first New York City revival of Hello Again, will feature new orchestrations by Drama Desk Award winner Mary-Mitchell Campbell (Company) and will be staged non-traditionally in a raw space in SoHo by 2-time Drama Desk Award nominee Jack Cummings III (The Boys in the Band).
Web of Love, Explicitly Woven in Shades of Anguish
By BEN BRANTLEY
Published: March 20, 2011
"Do you know how to behave in public when people are having sex only a few feet away from you? You had better address this delicate point of etiquette before you see the Transport Group’s exceedingly intimate revival of “Hello Again,” Michael John LaChiusa’s musical portrait of lust in the 20th century. "
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