Musicals In Mufti Tom Jones Series Tickets

Musicals in Mufti Concert Series - York Celebrates Off-Broadway. Mufti' (pronounced MUFF' tee) means "in street clothes; without the usual trappings" and each show in the Series is presented script-in-hand, with minimal staging. To date, the York has presented over 75 ...

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Musicals in Mufti Concert Series - York Celebrates Off-Broadway. Mufti' (pronounced MUFF' tee) means "in street clothes; without the usual trappings" and each show in the Series is presented script-in-hand, with minimal staging. To date, the York has presented over 75 Mufti concert revivals of musical theatre gems from Broadway, Off-Broadway and London, celebrating great writers from the world of musical theatre.

Musicals in Mufti feature in Spring 2012 The Tom Jones Series.

The Tom Jones Series Schedule:

The Show Goes On
A Portfolio of Theater Songs by Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt
Music Direction by Michael Rice
Directed by Pamela Hunt
Featuring Tom Jones and Susan Watson
March 16-18

The Show Goes On is a portfolio of theatre songs from Tom Jones and longtime collaborator Harvey Schmidt, featuring music from timeless classics such as The Fantasticks, 110 in the Shade, I Do! I Do!, Celebration, and many more. In a rare treat, Tom Jones himself will guide us through the onstage revels, along with Broadway’s Susan Watson, fresh from the hit revival of Follies. You can “try to remember” a more robust and entertaining evening of song... but this is the real thing.

Roadside
Book and Lyrics by Tom Jones
Music by Harvey Schmidt
Music Direction by Christopher McGovern
Directed by David Glenn Armstrong
March 30- April 1

Roadside is a melodic, rip-roaring musical based on a play by Lynn Riggs, whose Green Grow the Lilacs became Oklahoma! Roadside is a Southwestern love story of mythic proportions about two kissin’, punchin’, cussin’, larger-than-life characters who refuse to settle down and be “house-broke” by the arrival of fences and laws. Premiered at the York in 2001.

ONE-NIGHT ONLY SPECIAL EVENT
Story by Story: A Conversation with Tom Jones
Wednesday, April 4


Harold and Maude Book and Lyrics by Tom Jones
Music by Joseph Thalken
Based on the screenplay by Colin Higgins
Music Direction by John Bell
Directed by Carl Andress
April 13-15

The musical adaptation of the 1971 cult-classic film Harold and Maude comes to life on the York stage in a new version by Jones and Thalken. In what some call the quintessential May-December romance, death-obsessed teenager, Harold, meets Maude, 79, at a funeral and thus begins one of the most unusual, yet truly touching romantic sagas in American pop-culture history.

Colette Collage
Book and Lyrics by Tom Jones
Music by Harvey Schmidt
Music Direction by Robert Felstein
Directed by Michael Montel
April 27-29

The joys, fears and loves of the celebrated French writer Colette are at the center of the poignant and insightful Colette Collage. Sensual, witty and entirely unconventional, this intimate, highly theatrical musical captures the essence of one of the most liberated women of all time. The life of the legendary author unfolds over a period of sixty years in this classic bio-musical from Jones and Schmidt, which premiered Off-Broadway at the York in 1983.

The Game of Love
Book and Lyrics by Tom Jones
Music by Jacques Offenbach
With Arrangements and Additional Music by Nancy Ford
Based on The Anatol Plays by Arthur Schnitzler
Music Direction by Nancy Ford
Directed by West Hyler
May 11-13

With book and lyrics by Tom Jones, music by classical composer Jacques Offenbach, and arrangements and additional music by Nancy Ford (I’m Getting My Act Together…), The Game of Love is based The Anatol Plays by Arthur Schnitzler. This deliciously romantic musical about the frivolities and foibles of lovetakes place in 19th-century Vienna. At the center of the piece is Anatol, a playful Lothario, whose rendezvous with five unique women unfold over the course of this sensuous, melodic romp. New York premiere!

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