A Beautiful Noise – The Neil Diamond Musical at Broadhurst Theatre

A Beautiful Noise - The Neil Diamond Musical Tickets

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A Beautiful Noise - The Neil Diamond Musical

Are you primed for the forthcoming theater production, A Beautiful Noise, The Neil Diamond Musical? Of course, you are like all the true enthusiasts know, this is one of the greatest musicals that has ever been on a stage. It is an interesting look at an musicians quest of self awareness and a celebration of the impact of his music. With an amazing musical score, bonny costume design and accomplished cast, you will be sure to have a delightful time out at this feature filled production. It will be coming to Broadhurst Theatre on Friday 14th June 2024 but be quick, as they are going fast. Buy your tickets before sold out

Take part in the trendsetting musical celebration in honor of one of history's BIGGEST rock stars! In this year's summer season, A Beautiful Noise - The Neil Diamond Musical will kick off a string of long-awaited performances for its extended nationwide tour, which includes a Broadhurst Theatre appearance on Friday 14th June 2024.
“The storyline was perfectly scripted, visually exciting, and engaging. I laughed, I cried, and sang along.”
A Beautiful Noise is helmed by Tony Award-winning director Michael Mayer and employs a universally regarded book by New Zealand writer Anthony McCarten.
Brimming with captivating songs, dance, and theatrics, this upcoming musical portrays the exclusive off-stage stories of Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee Neil Diamond.
The singer himself intimately collaborated with the production team to preserve its authenticity, adamantly championing awareness for mental health with a narrative framed through Neil’s therapy sessions. Eager fans are also in for a riveting treat as the musical exhibits some of his most influential tunes, such as “I'm a Believer,” “Cherry, Cherry,” and “Song Sung Blue.”
Fronting A Beautiful Noise’s world-class cast are lead actors Nick Fradiani and Mark Jacoby, who’ll be playing the parts of a past and current Neil Diamond. Alternating, the duo will interpret the nuances of the artist's identities in and out of the spotlight, uncovering fascinating new insights from his Brooklyn days of youth to his record-setting rise to global fame.
Amber Ardolino as Marcia Murphey
Shirine Babb as Doctor
Jessie Fisher as Jaye Posner
Michael McCormick as Fred Weintraub, Tommy O’Rourke
Tom Alan Robbins as Bert Berns, Kieve Diamond
Bri Sudia as Ellie Greenwich, Rose Diamond
Neal Benari and Beck Gulsvig as Standbys
Mateus Leite Cardoso, Gabrielle Djenné, Jordan Dobson, Ninako Donville, and Sean Watkinson as Swings
Paige Faure, Kalonjee Gallimore, Anthony J. Garcia, Jess Leprotto, Tatiana Lofton, Travis Ward-Osborne, Max Sangerman, Aveena Sawyer, Deandre Sevon, Vanessa Aurora Sierra, and Annie Wallace as Ensembles
Steven Hoggett - Choreography
David Rockwell - Scenic Design
Emilio Sosa - Costume Design
Kevin Adams - Lighting Design
Jessica Paz - Sound Design
Luc Verschueren - Hair and Wig Design
Sonny Paladino - Music Supervision and Arrangements
Brian Usifer - Incidental Music and Dance Arrangements
Annmarie Milazzo - Vocal Design
Bob Gaudio, Sonny Paladino, and Brian Usifer - Orchestrations
Bonnie Panson - Production Supervisor
Jamie Harrison - Illusion Designer
Kathy Fabian - Properties Designer
Jim Carnahan, CSA - Casting
Amy Jacobs - General Manager
A Beautiful Noise first debuted on Broadway in December of 2022, where it was quickly hailed as a “beautifully poignant production” by magazines.
It unanimously earned three Chita Rivera Awards for its dance compositions and attracted nominations from the Outer Critics Circle, Drama Desk, and Drama League Awards. This Friday, Friday 14th June 2024, it will stop by the Broadhurst Theatre — New York’s leading spot for live entertainment that provides exceptional comfort, vantage points, and audiovisual facilities. Hit the link above to get your tickets now!

A Beautiful Noise - The Neil Diamond Musical at Broadhurst Theatre

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