May 18 & 19, 2022

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Music by Jerry Bock

Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick

Book by Bock and Harnick with contributions from Jerome Coopersmith.

Directed by Keely Vasquez*Sawyer Smith^ and Bethany Thomas*

Choreographed by Sawyer Smith^

Music Directed by Linda Madonia*

The songwriting team behind Fiddler on the Roof and She Loves Me created this witty, tuneful and charming musical that was Tony nominated for Best Musical. Made up of three musical miniatures: “The Diary of Adam and Eve,” a quirky, touching spin on the tale of the world’s first couple, adapted from Mark Twain’s short stories; “The Lady or the Tiger?,” a 1960s rock and roll fable set in a mythical kingdom, which explores the fickleness of love; and “Passionella,” based on Jules Feiffer’s offbeat Cinderella-story about a chimney sweep who dreams of being a “glamorous movie star.” The Apple Tree is the perfect finale to our “lost musicals” season.

(L to R) Sawyer Smith^, director/choreographer; Bethany Thomas*, director; Keely Vasquez*, director; Linda Madonia*, music director


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Getting Here

Ruth Page Center for the Arts

Ruth Page Center for the Arts
1016 N. Dearborn St.
Chicago, IL 60610

Directions

Ruth Page Center for the Arts

1016 N. Dearborn St.  Chicago, IL 60610
(2-1/2 blocks south of Division St. and 4-1/2 blocks north of Chicago Ave.)

Public Transportation

The Ruth Page Center is easily accessible by bus (#22, #36, #70 and #156*) and “L” train (Red Line Clark & Division stop), visit the CTA website to plan your trip and for the most up-to-date information! *Please note the #156 LaSalle does not operate after 7:30/8:10pm, or on weekends or holidays.

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