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White Rose: The Musical Tickets

Don't miss this brand new musical based on a heroic true story before March 31.
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About White Rose: The Musical

See the extraordinary courage of young students challenging tyranny on display in White Rose: The Musical, making its electrifying Off-Broadway debut for 12 weeks only at Theatre Row. Get White Rose: The Musical tickets on TodayTix.

Join Jo Ellen Pellman, of Netflix's The Prom, alongside Mike Cefalo (New York, New York) as they play siblings Sophie and Hans Scholl - brave leaders of a Nazi Resistance Group. Kennedy Kanagawa (Milky White in Into the Woods) joins them – sans puppet – as group member Christoph Probst.

Based on a true story, and written by a pair of real-life teachers, White Rose: The Musical captures the fiery spirit of youthful defiance against oppression, following a group of university students who stood against Hitler at the height of his rule. This compelling and heartwarming new musical promises an unforgettable tale of bravery and inspiration that will resonate long after the show ends.

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Run time

1h 30m (with no intermission)

Start date

January 17th, 2024

End date

March 31st, 2024

Categories

Age

May be inappropriate for ages 12 and under.

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539 Reviews

Elisa 9119

Elisa 9119

582 Reviews | 279 Followers
90
Great singing, Intense, Great acting, Great writing, Great staging

See it if W R is an important story abt resistance &courage.Unfortunately, a timely story that one has 2C now more than ever.Grt prod in any respect.

Don’t see it if U may think this is a story abt the Holocaust.The "White Rose' & Sophie Scholl r Germans determined 2fight the Nazi&xthe freedom of Germany.

Patrick M 4

Patrick M 4

1187 Reviews | 343 Followers
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Great acting, Great staging, Relevant, Great singing, Entertaining

See it if you like stories of young people standing up for their beliefs & organizing for the first time in their lives. Ambitious for the small stage

Don’t see it if hearing voices are sometimes overpowered by the band or if triggered by gunfire.

chris_

chris_

293 Reviews | 104 Followers
80
Disappointing, Absorbing

See it if A good topic for a show with a very good score

Don’t see it if Too superficial and some mediocre performances

JoeyFranko

JoeyFranko

1206 Reviews | 486 Followers
90
Uplifting, Absorbing, Intelligent, Relevant, Epic

See it if You want to see a true Nazi resistance story that is unfortunately very relevant but leaves you with an uplifting sense.

Don’t see it if You’re anti semetic or one of the modern day Hitler youth known as MAGA. You need to see and understand but you won’t.

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White Rose: The Musical cast and creative team

By: Brian Belding
Songs by: Natalie Brice (music) and Brian Belding (lyrics)
Director: Will Nunziata
Cast list: Jo Ellen Pellman (as Sophie Scholl), Mike Cefalo (as Hans Scholl), Kennedy Kanagawa (as Christoph Probst), Laura Sky Herman (as Lila Ramdohr), Paolo Montalban (as Professor Kurt Huber), Sam Gravitte (as Frederick Fischer), Cole Thompson (as Willi Graff), Ellis Gage, Dani Apple
Design: James Noone
Costumes: Sophia Choi
Lighting: Alan C. Edwards
Sound: Elisabeth Weidner
Other info: Music direction and arrangements by Sheela Ramesh, movement direction by Jordan Ryder, orchestrations by Charlie Rosen

Venue

Theatre Row

410 West 42nd Street (between 9th and Dyer Avenue), New York, NY, USA, 10036

More information about White Rose: The Musical

The real-life White Rose Resistance Group began its non-violent campaign in Munich on June 27, 1942. Led by Sophie and Hans Scholl, this group fearlessly battled Nazi propaganda by anonymously distributing defiant leaflets raising awareness of the injustices of the oppressive Nazi regime. Members of the group also graffitied "Down with Hitler" and "Freedom" on the walls of universities and other buildings throughout Munich to further mobilize civilians. Their activism continued until the Gestapo arrested the core members of the group on February 18, 1943, and executed them days later.

The White Rose's six leaflets boldly denounced the regime's atrocities, including the persecution and mass murder of Jewish people. They distributed 15,000 copies of their writings in total. Their efforts have inspired numerous activists and storytellers, including Brian Belding and Natalie Brice, who created the White Rose musical.

What to watch for

  • Bookwriter and lyricist Brian Belding spent almost 20 years as a high school teacher and sports coach, which informed his approach to writing this musical about students. He describes the show on his LinkedIn as one about “young people finding their way in an unfair world and finding ways to come together as a team and fight against adversity.”
  • Composer Natalie Brice is also a teacher. She leads group musical theatre workshops and offers private lessons in piano, voice, and other musical topics. The White Rose is her third musical, following her previous musicals Asher Child and Hell on Earth.
  • Director Will Nunziata spent two decades singing professionally with his twin brother, Anthony Nunziata. They performed at the esteemed Carnegie Hall alongside the NY Pops Symphony Orchestra.
  • The story of the White Rose Resistance Group captivated other theatremakers more than 20 years ago. Argentinian playwright Lillian Garrett-Groag wrote a non-musical play, titled The White Rose, about the group’s activism, which was produced in New York in 1991.

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