Just in case you’re worried about seeing a sequel, we’ve made you this helpful infographic to help you keep the plot straight.
When you take your seat on November 21st at Carnegie Hall, you’ll be part of the first audience to see Let ‘Em Eat Cake since its premiere at the Imperial Theatre in 1933. (The closest thing was a 1987 concert version, combined with Of Thee I Sing, under the baton of Michael Tilson Thomas at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.) But there’s […]
In this sequel to Of Thee I Sing, the Wintergreen administration is back with a vengeance. Aiming its barbs at everything from fascism to fashion shows, Let ‘Em Eat Cake is dark, cynical, hilarious, and tuneful. It’s a true American operetta featuring one of the Gershwins’ most ambitious, forward-looking scores.
Learn more about the performers bringing the antics of “Let ‘Em Eat Cake” to life on stage at Carnegie Hall on November 21st…
A glimpse behind the scenes of this year’s journey into the Art of Musical Storytelling.