FEBRUARY 11TH: HOW TO DANCE IN OHIO’S LAST BROADWAY PERFORMANCE!

 

“Broadway’s most original new musical. It will stay with you.” – The Daily Beast

“Groundbreaking. Thoughtful and poetic. This feel-good show is a milestone.” – The New York Times

Our award-winning documentary, How to Dance in Ohio, has been adapted into a Broadway musical. It officially premiered at the Belasco Theater on December 10th, and it will be holding its final performance on February 11th.

The musical previously ran on the Syracuse Stage in 2022, where it was received with great praise. The Post-Standard, a local Syracuse newspaper, described it as “The musical you’ll talk about for the rest of your life”.

Book and lyrics by Rebekah Greer Melocik, music by Jacon Yandura, choreography by Mayte Natalio, and is directed by Sammi Cannold. The cast features Desmond Desmond Edwards, Amelia Fei, Madison Kopec, Liam Pearce, Imani Russell, Conor Tague and Ashley Wool all of whom are making their Broadway debut. Also on the cast are Haven Burton and Darlesia Cearcy.

To experience this wonderful musical experience before February 11th, buy your tickets at: howtodanceinohiomusical.com

To watch our documentary, please visit: hbo.com/movies/how-to-dance-in-ohio
To schedule an educational screening for your community, please contact: [email protected]

Video description: Zoom recording of How to Dance in Ohio – The Musical cast and crew receiving the news about the musical’s Broadway debut.

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