In this series of creative "playlets," three classic stories about people becoming overcome with desire—and finding out that if you want something badly enough, you just might get it. This classic play takes audiences back in time to the world of the Bible, transports them into literature and introduces them to a spunky chimney sweep.
The Apple Tree first came to the Broadway stage in 1966, with lyrics by Sheldon Harnick and music by Jerry Bock. The first production was directed by Mike Nichols. The play is really three mini-musicals in one: The first is about Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, the second about the classic story of The Lady or the Tiger, and the third is a quirky adaptation of Cinderella.
The Apple Tree tickets are now available! Look up above and see where this entertaining series of playlets will be performed next. It's a very unique production, offering audiences a great deal of variety. The stories here are filled with humor and pathos, so there's something in it for everyone. Purchase your theater tickets today!
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