MIDNIGHT AT THE NEVER GET / by Sam Bolen

Starting April 6th, this marvelous show will light up Don't Tell Mama for FOUR NIGHTS ONLY. It's a musical in disguise as a nightclub act, and the story it tells is a timeless and magical romance between a singer and a songwriter. I would love to see you there! 

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  Before he shot to fame as one of America's most beloved songwriters, Arthur Brightman cribbed Porter, Berlin, and Gershwin in a queer nightclub act starring his lover, Trevor Copeland. But they needed more than love songs to escape the increasingly radical politics of 1965 Greenwich Village. Now, on the night of Brightman's death, Copeland returns to the stage to relive the story of their romance through the music it inspired. Featuring an original score fashioned after the American Songbook, MIDNIGHT AT THE NEVER GET imagines two men who never existed in a time that very much did.

 

Before he shot to fame as one of America's most beloved songwriters, Arthur Brightman cribbed Porter, Berlin, and Gershwin in a queer nightclub act starring his lover, Trevor Copeland. But they needed more than love songs to escape the increasingly radical politics of 1965 Greenwich Village. Now, on the night of Brightman's death, Copeland returns to the stage to relive the story of their romance through the music it inspired.

Featuring an original score fashioned after the American Songbook, MIDNIGHT AT THE NEVER GET imagines two men who never existed in a time that very much did.