music supervision

music supervision

Interview with "Come From Away" Director Christopher Ashley

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"Come From Away" Playing September 2-October 9, 2016 Book, Music and Lyrics by Irene Sankoff and David Hein Music Supervision by Ian Eisendrath Choreographed by Kelly Devine Directed by Christopher Ashley “A superb new show! A moving, thoroughly entertaining tribute to the indomitable human spirit.” -"Variety" “Touching, entertaining and thoroughly absorbing!” -"Seattle Magazine" Fresh off sold-out runs in Seattle and San Diego, the new musical "Come From Away" tells the heart-warming true story of how a small Canadian town cared for 6,579 airline passengers stranded there on 9/11. When 38 planes were diverted to its doorstep, the town of Gander doubled in size, playing host to an international community of strangers and offering food, shelter and friendship. Featuring a rousing score of folk and rock, "Come From Away" honors the better angels of our nature, revealing hope and humanity in a time of darkness. The production marks the Ford’s debut of Tony Award-nominated director Christopher Ashley. See this hit musical prior to its Broadway engagement!