Spring Awakening BROADWAY REVIEWS

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Opening Night:
October 10, 2006
Closing:
January 18, 2009

Theater: Eugene O'Neill Theatre / 230 West 49th Street, New York, NY, 10019

Synopsis: 

Based on Frank Wedekind's play of the same name, Spring Awakening boldly depicts how a dozen young people make their way through the thrilling, complicated, confusing and mysterious time of their sexual awakening.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Spring Awakening

    In 'Spring Awakening,' a Rock 'n' Roll Heartbeat for 19th-Century German Schoolboys

    Charles Isherwood

    June 16, 2011: Did not merely open at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre last night. The action was more like ripping open, more like breaking out, more like tearing into the pretend pop and reused plots that pass for new musicals on Broadway today.

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  • NEWSDAY REVIEW OF Spring Awakening

  • USA TODAY REVIEW OF Spring Awakening

    Beautiful, messy, exhilarating, awkward, vital: They're all adjectives you might use to describe first love. So it's fitting that you could also readily apply them to Spring Awakening, the imperfect but transcendent new musical." & "Offers a trip unlike any other you're likely to experience this season.

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  • VARIETY REVIEW OF Spring Awakening

    For anyone weary of pedestrian screen-to-stage adaptations or cut-and-paste jukebox assemblies, the arrival on Broadway of a truly original new musical like Spring Awakening is exhilarating" & "This strange, beguiling show is by no means flawless, but with subtle, nurturing changes, the creative team and cast have fashioned an already seductive work into something even more lovely and lyrical.

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  • NEW YORK DAILY NEWS REVIEW OF Spring Awakening

    Great news for theatergoers who have craved a new musical with attitude, youthful exuberance and a fresh, gutsy sound. A serious show that raises provocative issues. And if Broadway audiences are lucky, it will run for many seasons to come.

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  • REVIEW OF Spring Awakening

    Anyone who enters the Eugene O'Neill Theatre will be privileged to behold the wonder of theater that is Spring Awakening, arguably the most breathtaking American musical since Rent or even Sweeney Todd.

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  • THEATERMANIA REVIEW OF Spring Awakening

    Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater's innovative, frequently brilliant musical version of Frank Wedekind's shocking 19th-century play shines brightly on Broadway.

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  • WASHINGTON POST REVIEW OF Spring Awakening

    The sweet sound of the future is what you hear these days on West 49th Street. It swells eight times a week in the Eugene O'Neill Theatre, where a spellbinding new musical, Spring Awakening, is up and running for, one hopes, a long time to come." & "Represents the sort of imaginative boost that the American musical desperately needs....Feels like an invigorating step in a more richly creative direction.

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