NYU Steinhardt Students to Bring Grand Hotel Back to Life Tonight | Playbill

News NYU Steinhardt Students to Bring Grand Hotel Back to Life Tonight NYU Steinhardt’s Program in Vocal Performance is hosting a revival of the musical Grand Hotel, whose Tommy Tune-helmed Broadway premiere in 1989 earned 12 Tony nominations and enjoyed a run of more than 1,000 performances.

Grand Hotel, with book by Luther Davis, music and lyrics by George Forrest and Robert Wright and additional music and lyrics by Maury Yeston, is being presented Sept. 24-28 at downtown's Frederick Loewe Theatre. The production is directed by Dallett Norris.

The musical is based on the 1932 film of the same name and winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture. The film itself was based on Vicki Baum's best-selling novel, which follows the eccentric characters of a luxurious Berlin hotel during a weekend in 1928. Their intersecting stories weave love, heartbreak, betrayal, fortune and ruin.

Grand Hotel features music direction by Caleb Hoyer, assistant direction and choreography by MK Lawson, scenic design by Brittany Vasta, lighting design by Jimmy Lawlor, costume design by Karen Kinsley and sound design by Benjamin Furiga. The production stage manager is Danielle Teague-Daniels, and the assistant choreographer is Maria Malanga.

The cast features NYU Steinhardt students Raphael Anastasiadis, William Baugh, Ross Brown, Drew Carr, Nick Case, Jack Flatley, Alex Guhde, Stephen Heller, Jillian Jameson, Taylor Johnson, Elena Juliano, Neda Lahidji, Rachel Mackenzie, Maria Malanga, Stephanie Meadowcroft, Delaney Parker, Martavius Parrish, Matthew J. Ross, Elana Safar, Jake Satterfield, Ben Sheppard, Wayne Shuker, Philip Skinner, Zachary Tallman, Joseph Valle-Hoag, Dexter Warren, Daniel Youngelman and Jun Zhou.

Tickets to Grand Hotel are $20; to purchase contact the NYU box office on (212) 998-4941 or visit NYU.

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