Bernstein. 

Trouble in Tahiti

1950s suburbia, Sam and Dinah appear to have the perfect life in their “Little White House”. But their growing detachment exposes a mutual feeling that they are trapped in a life that has turned into a lie. Like his most famous musicals, Trouble in Tahiti combines Bernstein’s genius for melodic invention and heartfelt emotion with the distinctively American sound of Hollywood and Broadway.

 

Director: Eleanor Burke 

Conductor: Oliver Cope

Producer: Lucy Roberts 

 

Performances
2:30pm & 7:30pm, Friday 15th June 2018

Frankopan Hall, Jesus College, Cambridge.

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