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Eugene O'Neill Theater

230 West 49th Street

Two hours 20 minutes with one 15 minute intermission

December 10, 2006

Original Broadway Musical (From Off Broadway)

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After performing at the Off-Broadway theater, the Atlantic Theater Company in the summer of 2006 to critical acclaim and a sold-out run, and closing on August 6, 2006, the musical first previewed on Broadway on November 16, 2006, and opened on December 10 at the Eugene O’Neill Theater. It has an open ended run with tickets available up to February 28, 2007.

The musical, Spring Awakening, is based on Frank Wedekind’s controversial play, which was banned for nearly a 100 years. The play is about young people, maneuvering through the confusion and mysteries of their sexual awakening. It is Germany of 1891, and the story revolves around a young student named Melchior, his troubled friend Moritz, and Wendla - a beautiful young girl on the threshold of womanhood. She explores the mysteries of her body, wondering where babies come from.

It is a story of Moritz and Wendla, who meet by accident in the woods, and are overcome by the desire they have never felt before. It is a story of teenage self-discovery. It is a story of grownups in their adult world, not understanding the problems of puberty in youth. It is a story that answers the questions of emotions and undeniable passions that the teenagers have been asking for.

The Theater

This Michael Mayer directed, Bill T. Jones choreographed musical has lyrics by Stephen Sater and music by Duncan Shiek. Spring Awakening opened at Eugene O’Neill Theater to rave reviews. The Eugene O’Neill Theater, designed by Architect Herbert J. Krapp, opened on November 24, 1925 and was named the Forrest Theater, in honor of Edwin Forrest, America's first internationally known actor.

This Shubert Brothers’ owned theater had an elegant Adamesque interior, with a simple façade. Forrest Theater’s name was changed to the Coronet in 1945, and to the present - Eugene O’Neill Theater – on November 11, 1959 in honor of Nobel Prize-winning playwright Eugene O’Neill. The Eugene O’Neill Theater is currently owned by the Jujamcyn Organization, who purchased it in 1982.

In December 1987, the interior of the Eugene O’Neill Theater was designated a New York City landmark.

Ticket Information

Spring Awakening tickets can be purchased from the box office at the theater. Limited Students Rush tickets are available on the day of the performance on cash payment only. Each student is limited to two tickets, and must produce a valid ID at the time of purchase. If you wish to see the show in a unique way, 26 Spring Awakening tickets are available for on-stage seating.

If you wish to avoid the rush at the box office, you can purchase your Spring Awakening tickets from the many licensed ticket brokers in New York City. Though you can also procure your tickets from other dubious sources, such as through the various re-sale forums, eBay site, and the many scalpers, you are not assured of genuine tickets.

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