Discover the world’s biggest group that history forgot as this brand-new musical hits Broadway! Featuring music by Barry Manilow.
Discover the Singers History Forgot With Harmony TicketsHave you heard of The Comedian Harmonists? Don’t worry if you haven’t, because they’re about to be the group everyone’s talking about in NYC!
New musical Harmony at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre brings their remarkable story to the stage with music by Barry Manilow, and it’s sure to sound as sweet as pie - as well as give a fascinating glimpse into six entertainers that the world forgot! Opening on Broadway direct from an award-winning, sold-out season downtown, this NYT Critics’ Pick is one to watch.
What is the Harmony musical about?The Comedian Harmonists were one of the biggest close harmony ensembles working in the 1920s and 30s. They sold millions of records, made dozens of movies, and played to sold-out audiences at some of the biggest theaters in the world.
With gorgeous harmonies (what else?!) and a flair for musical comedy, these six talented young men started by singing in the subways of Berlin and leaped to superstardom on the global stage. If you don’t know what happened next, book tickets for Harmony on Broadway to find out!
The Harmony on Broadway Creative TeamThis brand-new musical features an original score by the legendary Barry Manilow - a Tony, Grammy and Emmy Award winner who knows how to create an earworm! The lyrics and book are by Drama Desk Award winner Bruce Sussman, and the show is directed and choreographed by Tony Award winner Warren Carlyle (The Music Man, Hello, Dolly!).
Harmony Musical CastThe members of The Comedian Harmonists are played by Sean Bell (Bobby), Danny Kornfeld (Young Rabbi), Zal Owen (Harry), Eric Peters (Erich), Blake Roman (Chopin) and Steven Telsey (Lesh).
The cast of Harmony also features Chip Rien as Rabbi, Sierra Borgess (The Phantom of the Opera) as Mary, Julie Benko as Ruth, Allison Semmes as Josephine Baker, and Andrew O’Shanick as Standartenfϋhrer.
Tickets for Harmony at the Barrymore Theatre On Sale SoonAlmost a century ago, they were the group everyone loved, and now their story is about to be loved all over again! Don’t miss this exciting, stylish and beautifully sung new musical as it opens on Broadway.
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