Coming soon: The American Songs of Kurt Weill

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It’s been said that when we hear a song with music by Kurt Weill, our immediate impulse is, ‘Play it again.’ And once we’ve heard it twice, we are likely to be haunted by it for the rest of our lives. Consider “Mack the Knife,” “September Song” and “Speak Low.” On Friday, May 2 and Saturday, May 3, TMTP and Cleveland Public Theatre will present a new cabaret, “Deconstructing Kurt Weill: The American Songs.” Click here to learn more and buy tickets.

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A Stunning 2-CD Set Celebrating Sheldon Harnick

TMTP-CD-Harnick-SleeveAnother tour de force from TMTP and Harbinger Records! Click here for more information on how you can pre-order “Sheldon Harnick: Hidden Treasures,” which features 53 demos and cut songs from 17 shows including Fiddler on the RoofShe Loves MeFiorello!The Apple Tree and The Rothschilds as well as rarities from The Body BeautifulTrafalgarSmiling the Boy Fell DeadRex and A Wonderful Life.

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Kids Love Musicals! serves up dance, music and joy!

GracieThis year, TMTP is adding a new 4-week residency to the Kids Love Musicals! line-up to serve children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other cognitive learning differences.

Click here to see more about this special initiative (we promise it will make you smile!).

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Announcing the 2013-14 The Song is You! Series

Welcome to our 12th season!SIY 2015

We call our series The Song Is You! because the songs we perform in our concerts and cabarets are really about you – just like the musicals they are from. That’s why TMTP creates performances that touch both hearts and minds – and why our audiences continue to grow each year.

Be sure to check out our our 8 fantastic concerts and cabarets:

Winsor!
Merrily We Roll Along: In Concert
Rodgers Without Hart or Hammerstein
Big Battle of the Sexes!
A Christmas Cabaret
Everything’s Coming Up Roses: The Music of Jule Styne
Fiddler on the Roof: Behind the Musical
Loud but Honest: The Impact of Ethel Merman
Deconstructing Kurt Weill: The American Songs

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