Calling all hopeless romantics! If you're looking for something to do in the Boston area, step right
up to see the charming musical Once!This smash hit Broadway showis the winner of eight 2012 Tony Awards, including Best Musical,
Best Actor, Best Book, and Best Direction of a Musical. You'll want to act fast to score your tickets to the show everyone
is buzzing about nationwide! The playis based on the 2006 film of the same name about an Irish busker and a Czech immigrant
who become friends and team up to make music together. The pair expresses how much they love one another through ballads that
they composed themselves. It is a truly heartwarming story about young love that has touched fans and critics alike. Tickets
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Once will be playing at the Boston Opera House in Boston, MA
on Jan. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, and 19. A typical Broadway performance runs two hours and 25 minutes. Be
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This touching story about young love
has long been a hit with fans and critics alike. The romance between Guy and Girl is one that never dies, in spite of a whirlwind
of challenges they experience in their lives. Besides being lovers, they're also best friends, which carries them through
all the things that threaten to tear them apart. You'll be moved by the way they stick by each other no matter what. You'll
fall in love with the mesmerizing cast, gorgeous scenery, and hauntingly beautiful musical score. See for yourself what critics
all over the country are raving about! Bring some of your friends and loved ones along, and be there for every action-packed
moment of this popular show!
The Boston Opera House is a performance venue situated at 538 Washington Street in Boston,
Massachusetts. Originally designed as a movie palace, it opened in 1928, later being reopened in 1980 as a home for the Opera
Company of Boston. Since it was finally restored in 2004, the theater now serves as the home of the Boston Ballet and also
stages touring Broadway shows.
The London production ofOncehas been nominated for five Whatsonstage.com
Awards, which include Best New Musical, Best Actor in a Musical (Declan Bennett), Best Actress in a Musical (Zrinka Cvitešić),
Best Director (John Tiffany), and Best Original Music (Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová).
showpremiered at the New York Theater Workshop in December 2011 and came to a close in January 2012. The musical officially
opened on Broadway at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre in March 2012.A West End Production opened at the Phoenix Theatre in April
2013.In late 2013, the first North American national tour of Once kicked off in Providence, Rhode Island. The show will run
in Australia from October 1 through November 9.
The original Broadway cast of OnceincludedSteve Kazee as Guy,Cristin
Milioti as Girl, Elizabeth A. Davis as Réza,David Abeles as Eamon,Will Connolly as Andrej,David Patrick Kelly as Da,Anne
L. Nathan as Baruška,Lucas Papaelias as Švec, Ripley Sobo and McKayla Twiggs (alternating) as Ivanka,Andy Taylor
as the Bank Manager,Erikka Walsh as the Ex-Girlfriend,Paul Whitty as Billy, andJ. Michael Zygo as Emcee.
music and lyrics writtenbyGlen Hansard andMarkéta Irglová, and the book written by Enda Walsh.
The show's songs include"Leave," "Falling Slowly," "The North Strand," "The Moon," "Ej, Pada, Pada, Rosicka,""If
You Want Me,""Broken Hearted Hoover Fixer Sucker Guy," "Say It to Me Now," "Abandoned in Bandon," "Gold," "Sleeping," "When
Your Mind's Made Up," "The Hill," "Gold (A Cappella)," "It Cannot Be About That," "The Moon," and "Falling Slowly (Reprise)."
Onceearned eleven 2012 Tony Award nominations, and won eight of those awards. The musical also won the
2012 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Musical and the 2013 Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album.
for Lucille Lortel Awards for Outstanding Musical, Outstanding Director, Outstanding Choreographer, Outstanding Scenic Design,
Outstanding Lighting Design, Outstanding Sound Design, and Outstanding Lead Actress. The production won the New York Drama
Critics' Circle Award for Best Musical. The show also won the Drama League Award, Distinguished Production of a Musical for