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Ain't Too Proud is an electrifying new musical about the life and times of The Temptations, "the greatest R&B group of all time" (Billboard Magazine). Five young guys on the streets of Detroit were discovered by Berry Gordy, who signed them to his legendary new label. With their signature dance moves and unmistakable harmonies, they rose to the top of the charts—creating an amazing 42 Top Ten Hits with 14 reaching number one. Through friendship and betrayal amid the civil unrest that tore America apart, their moving and personal story still resonates five decades later.
Shawn Kirchner | Songs of Ascent
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart | Requiem in D Minor, K626
The mythology that swirls around Mozart’s Requiem, from its mysterious origins to its posthumous completion, does not dilute the power of the composer’s voice in what has become one of the most recognized classical works of all time. This revered work is paired with Shawn Kirchner’s Songs of Ascent, proudly premiered by the Los Angeles Master Chorale in 2015. A setting of the Psalms sung by pilgrims journeying to Jerusalem, the work has a folk-inflected hopeful tone, delivering a plea for peace and unity and a fervent need to overcome humanity’s divisions.
Winner of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Sweat is the scorching new play from Lynn Nottage(Ruined) that The New York Times hailed as keenly observed and surprisingly funny…throbs with heartfelt life.
keenly observed and surprisingly funny…throbs with heartfelt life.
In the industrial town of Reading, Pennsylvania, a group of friends spend their days on the factory floor and their nights sharing drinks, secrets, and laughs. But when layoffs and picket lines begin to erode their trust, they find themselves pitted against each other in a heart-wrenching fight to stay afloat. Based on Nottage's extensive research and interviews with residents of Reading and arriving at the Taper after a heralded Broadway run, Sweat is a searing reflection of America's economic decline.
Plácido Domingo and James Conlon join forces for a spectacular Verdi masterpiece.
With rich orchestrations, thundering choruses and an endless flow of rapturous melodies, one of Verdi’s grandest and greatest works is an enthralling tale of morality and mortality. After losing his fiancée to his father, the king of Spain, the broken-hearted Don Carlo realigns his sympathies and turns against the Spanish Inquisition, knowing full well that his vow to fight for liberty might ultimately cost him his life. As Don Carlo, superstar Ramón Vargas returns to Los Angeles for the first time in nearly two decades, with Plácido Domingo as his heroic best friend.
"A stunning revival… LA Opera has created an extraordinary realization of the drama and music in Verdi's huge, rawboned and rarely performed operatic masterpiece." - Variety