FEBRUARY HOUSE TICKET INFORMATION
Tickets are now on sale!
Regular Tickets: $80-$90
Public Theater Member Tickets: $40
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Tuesday - Thursday; Sunday at 7pm
Friday and Saturday at 8pm
Matinees: Saturday and Sunday at 2pm
No performance/unavailable: Tuesday, May 15, Tuesday, May 22, and Wednesday May 30
No matinee performance: Saturday May 12 matinee
We invite you to join us for talkbacks with the artists, following performances on Wednesday, May 16 and Wednesday, May 23.
Running Time: 2 hours 25 minutes with 1 intermission
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“IT’S THE MUSIC THAT MAKES THE MAGIC… the music artfully captures the spirit of the years in which FEBRUARY HOUSE is set.”
– Ben Brantley, The New York Times
“IMAGINATIVE AND BEGUILING. Directed with sweeping, thoughtful flair by Davis McCallum, the production is visually and aurally rich.”
– Jennifer Farrar, Associated Press
“Gabriel Kahane’s songs range wide and deep. The score adroitly balances lush romanticism and sharp wit. FEBRUARY HOUSE has introduced a vital new voice to the musical theater.”
– Jeremy Gerard, Bloomberg
“Seth Bockley's dialogue is funny and quick, but also has something on its mind. Kahane’s music and exceptional lyrics carry the production into the sublime.”
– Keith Staskiewicz, Entertainment Weekly
– Elizabeth Vincentelli, New York Post
World Premiere Production
Music and Lyrics by Gabriel Kahane
Book by Seth Bockley
Directed by Davis McCallum
Featuring Stanley Bahorek, Ken Barnett, Ken Clark, Julian Fleisher, Stephanie Hayes, Josh Lamon, Erik Lochtefeld, Kacie Sheik, A.J. Shively, and Kristen Sieh
In association with Long Wharf Theatre
EXTENDED! Now - June 17
Carson McCullers. Benjamin Britten. W.H. Auden. Gypsy Rose Lee. Visionary and flamboyant editor George Davis transforms a dilapidated Brooklyn boardinghouse into a bohemian commune for these leading lights of 1940s New York. The residents of 7 Middagh Street create a tumultuous and remarkable makeshift family searching for love, inspiration, and refuge from the looming war in Europe. Inspired by true events, this powerful and funny new musical marks the first commission of The Public's Musical Theater Initiative. The exciting score, written by up-and-coming composer Gabriel Kahane, mixes elements of classical operetta, jazz, and musical comedy with modern folk-pop.
FEBRUARY HOUSE was recently featured in The New York Times! CLICK HERE to read the article.
Learn about some of the notable inhabitants of February House on The Public Theater blog!
FEBRUARY HOUSE DESIGN TEAM
Scenic Design - RICCARDO HERNANDEZ
Costume Design - JESS GOLDSTEIN
Lighting Design - MARK BARTON
Sound Design - LEON ROTHENBERG
Pictured above: Kacie Sheik and Julian Fleisher. Photo by T. Charles Erickson.