Romeo and Juliet (Broadway, Broadhurst Theatre, 1951) | Playbill

Romeo and Juliet

Broadway
Play
Revival


SYNOPSIS:

This most-familiar story is seen through a new lens as director Gaye Taylor Upchurch brings us a bold take on the iconic, boisterous, poetic and above all, romantic tale of star-crossed lovers. With HVSF’s favorite longtime couple, Kurt Rhoads and Nance Williamson cast in the title roles, this revelatory age-blind production reminds us that, while youth may be only skin-deep, true beauty is a quality of the soul, and – in the end – love conquers all.



People (53)

Awards

Theatre World Awards
1951 Theatre World Award Winner
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