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

Have you ever wanted to see play, A Beautiful Noise, The Neil Diamond Musical? Well now is your chance because it will be shown at Broadhurst Theatre on Sunday 16th June 2024. It is scheduled as one of the most preeminent shows. It is A fresh, upbeat musical with all of Neil Diamond's famous songs that brings the legend's journey to life on a live stage. Maybe it's your second, third or fourth go, either way be enthralled at the top-notch jaw dropping visuals, the stunning presentation of the cast and the feet tapping symphonic music. Everybody is buying their tickets, and they are fast becoming in short supply. Purchase yours here!

Take part in the groundbreaking theatrical celebration honoring one of the country's GREATEST rock and roll icons! This 2024, A Beautiful Noise - The Neil Diamond Musical will kick off a chain of highly anticipated performances for its renewed North American tour, including a Broadhurst Theatre appearance on Sunday 16th June 2024.
“The storyline was perfectly scripted, visually exciting, and engaging. I laughed, I cried, and sang along.”
The Neil Diamond Musical is helmed by Tony Award-winning director Michael Mayer and features a widely praised book by New Zealand writer Anthony McCarten.
With waves of dazzling songs, dance, and theatrics, this jukebox musical portrays the never-before-shared stories of GRAMMY Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Neil Diamond.
The musician himself intimately collaborated with the writing room to preserve its authenticity, staunchly promoting mental health awareness with a narrative framed through Neil’s therapy sessions. Keen audiences are also in for a riveting surprise as the event exhibits a selection of his most influential hits, such as “Solitary Man,” “Sweet Caroline,” and “Song Sung Blue.”
Fronting A Beautiful Noise’s talented cast are Nick Fradiani and Mark Jacoby, who’ll be filling in the parts of a young and old Neil Diamond. In conjunction, the two will detail the nuances of the artist's identities in and out of the spotlight, unveiling fascinating new insights from his boyhood days in Brooklyn to his record-setting rise to stardom.
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 premiered on stage in the final month of 2022, where it was immediately touted as a “beautifully poignant production” by publications.
It unanimously won three Chita Rivera Awards for its choreography and received nominations from the Drama League, Outer Critics Circle, and Drama Desk Awards. This Sunday, Sunday 16th June 2024, it will land here at the Broadhurst Theatre — New York’s No1 venue for live music and theater that provides high-quality comfort, vantage points, and audiovisual facilities. Click the link on top to book your tickets now!

A Beautiful Noise - The Neil Diamond Musical at Broadhurst Theatre

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