A Sign of the Times
About A Sign of the Times
The year is 1965. In an era fueled by women’s liberation, the civil rights movement, and the Vietnam War, one woman made her own personal march – from middle America to the bright lights of New York City.
Here, she would discover unexpected friends, lovers, passions, and conflicts on her journey to change not just herself, but her world. Told through the classic music of a generation and featuring such iconic songs as “Downtown,” “If I Can Dream,” “The Boy from New York City,” and “You Don’t Own Me,” this brand new musical brings together the songs you’ll always remember with a story you’ll never forget.
Book by Bruce Vilanch
Story created by Richard J. Robin
Music supervision and orchestrations by Joseph Church
Choreographed by JoAnn M. Hunter
Directed by Gabriel Barre