Elle Woods is the Delta Nu sorority’s sweetheart and homecoming queen who doesn’t take “no” for an answer. When her boyfriend, Warner, dumps her for someone “serious,” Elle puts down the credit cards, hits the books, and heads to Harvard. Along the way, Elle proves that being true to yourself never goes out of style. Based on the 2001 film starring Reese Witherspoon, this high-energy musical features music and lyrics by Laurence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin and book by Heather Hach. This performance will be presented by Berklee’s Musical Theater Ensemble, directed by Rene Pfister, and the Musical Theater Orchestra, directed by Peter Cokkinias.
$8, $14 in advance (discount applied at checkout), $12, $18 day of show, reserved seating
Harpist Olivia Fortunato and her group present The Fantasticks. It is the world's longest-running musical, playing for over 52 years in Manhattan. Loosely based on the French play Les Romanesques by Edmond Rostand, it is a funny and romantic musical about a boy, a girl, two fathers, and a wall.
A celebration of the last 10 years of contemporary musical theater. Arranged and directed by musical theater enthusiasts at Berklee College of Music, The Last 10 Years features hit songs from the new TV series SMASH, as well as from popular new writers such as Kerrigan and Lowderilk, Pasek and Paul, and Jonathan Reid Gealt. Other features include songs from the new musicals Here’s to Never Growing Up, Circles, and Moment by Moment. Produced by Alicia Davis. Directed by Chris Cho and Khiyon Hursey.
"What is Music Therapy?" "How does it work?" "How can I become a music therapist?" Well, this semester's music therapy Senior Seminar class will tell you. Better yet, they'll sing it to you in Music Therapy....The Musical!
Explore this Berklee major through song, skit, and spoken word. Come have fun learning about this amazing field and celebrate with the seniors who are steps away from becoming board-certified music therapists.
Vocalist Laure Zaehringer will present a recital of original songs, arrangements, and covers with a 12-piece band. The performance will span various genres, including jazz, musical theatre, and French music.
The Berklee Musical Theater Summer Intensive culminates in a professional showcase at the Berklee Performance Center. Directed by Caroline Harvey, the showcase will feature approximately 50 performers and will include original and traditional musical theater work backed by a band of Berklee musicians. The Intensive is a five-day course that provides professional-level musical performance training for artists that are age 15 and older. It is designed to help students gain important skills and to build well-rounded proficiency in musical theater and stage performance.