Caroline, or Change
Catch Jeanine Tessori and Tony Kushner’s explosive musical, as it returns to Broadway, following a critically acclaimed run at West End! Hear transcendent tunes and experience larger-than-life imagination of one of the most touching stories to be showcased on stage!
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This experience cannot be cancelled, amended or rescheduled.
Why Watch Caroline, or Change
Envisioned by Pulitzer Prize winner and multiple Academy Award nominee Tony Kushner, Caroline, or Change is all set to be revived on Broadway. Premiering in 2003 Off-Broadway, the musical went on to be showcased across the world, including Canada, several parts of the United States and England, and also West End. It won an Olivier Award for Best New Musical in 2007, and an Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical inn 2019, owing to Sharon D Clarke’s performance in the lead role. She is well known for her roles in television dramas such as Holby City and Doctor Who. Clarke is all set to reprise Caroline and is guaranteed to astound audiences from across the world. Produced in association with the Ambassador Theatre Group, there is no doubt that the musical will bring back the spark that made it so popular. Get ready for an evening of gripping drama, set at a time when racial discrimination was at the forefront of national politics!
It is 1963, and Caroline is a black woman who works as a maid for the Gellman family. Earning $30 a week, she is laundering clothes in the basement. Noah, the 8-year old son of the Gellman's is very close to Caroline, particularly due to the recent death of Noah’s mother. Caroline and Noah share a secret, which involves him lighting one cigarette a day for his caretaker. Caroline herself is a mother to four children and tries her best to provide the best life that she possibly can, given her means.
The careless Noah often leaves money in his pants, which Caroline find while putting them to wash. Noah’s stepmother, Rose, warns him that Caroline is allowed to keep any money that she finds in his pockets, so as to teach him a lesson and also supplement Caroline’s income. Noah, however, purposely leaves his comic book money in his pocket, to help Caroline. Will their friendship be jeopardized when Caroline keeps the money left in Noah’s pockets?
Lovers of Musicals | Lovers of Social Dramas
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Photography and recording devices are strictly prohibited during the performance.
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In House Bar
Smart and casual wear is recommended. Keep in mind, the theatre is air conditioned throughout the year and can get a bit chilly.
Your e-tickets need to be exchanged for physical tickets with our uniformed Headout hosts outside the theater.