She Loves Me Tickets
She Loves Me Tickets
Based on a book by Joe Masteroff, She Loves Me, has seen various adaptations over the years. In 1940, it surfaced in the entertainment industry as the James Stewart-Margaret Sullavan film ‘The Shop Around the Corner’ and in 1949, in the form of the Judy Garland-Van Johnson musical version, ‘In the Good Old Summertime’. Yet another adaption of this story line came in recent times, when the Tom Hanks-Meg Ryan duo brought ‘You’ve Got Mail’ to life.
The musical premiered on Broadway in 1963 and saw revivals on each side of the Atlantic in the 1990s and now in 2016. So get your She Loves Me Tickets today.
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The plot of the musical revolves around two employees of a shop in Budapest, who are not quite fond of each other at work, but have no idea that each is the other’s secret pen pal met through lonely-hearts ads.
She Loves Me is a cheerful romantic comedy that follows the daily lives of Amalia and Georg who work together at a small Hungarian Parfumerie. They feel a strong sense of dislike towards each other from the very beginning. He thinks that she is stuck up and she thinks that he is stubborn and arrogant. But what neither of them realizes is that they are secretly falling in love with each other, through letters written to an anonymous lonely hearts pen pal after the work day is over.
The first Act opens up with a scene of the exterior of the Parfumerie, on a pleasant summer morning in the 1930s, where all the employees are gathering. Georg here is seen referring to exchanging letters with an anonymous woman. Soon after, a nervous young woman enters the shop, in hopes of getting a job at the Parfumerie. Georg tells her that they are not hiring, but she demands to speak to the owner, Maraczek, who eventually ends up hiring her.
As the story progresses, Amalia gets stood up on her blind date with the ‘Dear Friend’ she keeps writing to, while Georg on the other hand, is shocked to find out that she is the girl he has been writing to all this while. The story goes on to become even more interesting as the supporting actors begin to develop a presence of their own. Several interesting twists and numerous grand musical numbers later, the play reaches its conclusion. And it is a conclusion you would not want to miss.
Music of She Loves Me
The songs included in the lineup for the play are all placed strategically throughout the performance. For instance, the first musical number, “Good Morning, Good Day” is performed when the employees are arriving for work. “Days Gone By” is performed right about the time when Maraczek advises Georg to get married and recalls being a bachelor. Other songs in the lineup include “No More Candy”, “Sounds While Selling”, “Three Letters”, “Tonight at Eight”, “Goodbye Georg, “Romantic Atmosphere” and so on.
Awards and Recognitions
The various productions of She Loves Me have received countless awards over the years. The original Broadway production won a Tony Award for the Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical and was nominated for several others, including the Best Musical Award. The 1993 Broadway Revival saw Boyd Gaines land the Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical. The year 1994 saw the production receive numerous Tony Award nominations, including Best Revival of a Musical, Best Direction of a Musical, Best Choreography, Best Costume Design and Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical. In addition to Tony Awards, the musical also landed two Drama Desk Awards amid numerous other nominations.
The 1994 London Revival was even more successful than its predecessors, winning 5 Laurence Olivier Awards and receiving nominations for another two. It won in the categories of Best Music Revival, Best Actor in a Musical, Best Actress in a Musical Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical and Best Director of a Musical. In addition to the Laurence Olivier Award, the London production also won the Critics Circle Award for Best Musical.
She Loves Me has received a lot of critical acclaim since its inception. It has been called “Sumptuous. Rapturous. Transcendent” by Ben Brantley of The New York Times and “Pure delight! The most romantic of all Broadway musicals” by Terry Teachout of The Wall Street Journal.
With such a wonderful storyline, a huge list of awards and recognitions and lots of critical acclaim to its name, She Loves Me is one Broadway musical that won’t disappoint. So grab your She Loves Me Tickets now, and enjoy this light-hearted romantic comedy!
She Loves Me Ticket Prices
The average price for She Loves Me Tickets start from $98. The minimum get in price is $85 for She Loves Me Tickets at the Ellen Eccles Theatre, Logan. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
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|She Loves Me||Logan||11-Jul-20||$98||$85|
|She Loves Me||Logan||16-Jul-20||$756||$756|
|She Loves Me||Logan||18-Jul-20||$756||$756|
|She Loves Me||Logan||24-Jul-20||$756||$756|
|She Loves Me||Logan||30-Jul-20||$756||$756|
|She Loves Me||Logan||1-Aug-20||$99||$85|
|She Loves Me||Logan||4-Aug-20||$756||$756|
|She Loves Me||Logan||8-Aug-20||$756||$756|
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