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Critics are calling A Walk on the Moon “exuberant,” “heady,” and “hopeful”—here’s a first look at the world-premiere musical (0:59)!

This summer, experience the world-premiere musical about falling in love and finding yourself (0:31):

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by Alessandra Mello

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by Mark and Tracy Photography

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A.C.T. to Present the World-Premiere Musical A WALK ON THE MOON


A Walk on the Moon is the gorgeous musical version of Pamela Gray’s film about the moment in 1969 when Neil Armstrong walked on the moon, and the hopes and dreams of so many Americans walked with him,” says A.C.T. Artistic Director Carey Perloff. “The piece is about the pain and thrill of change, both personally and politically, and features original music, complex characters, and the indelible setting of a Jewish bungalow colony in upstate New York. I know it’s going to be a joyful and epic way to end our season!”

Broadway World News
April 20, 2018

Cast, Creative Team Announced for World Premiere of A Walk on the Moon


The new musical is based on the 1999 film starring Diane Lane and Viggo Mortensen.

Olivier Award winner Katie Brayben (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical), Brigid O'Brien, Kerry O'Malley (Into the Woods), Jonah Platt (Wicked), Zak Resnick (Mamma Mia!), Nick Sacks (Dear Evan Hansen), Jeffrey Brian Adams, Monique Hafen, Molly Hager, Nina Kissinger, and Ariela Morgenstern will star in the musical.

Additional casting will be announced later.

TheaterMania
April 20, 2018

A Walk on the Moon Lands at A.C.T.

 

 

Go behind-the-scenes of the first rehearsal of the world-premiere musical.

by Taylor Steinbeck
May 22, 2018

Meet the Actors and Characters of A Walk on the Moon

 

We caught up with some of the actors in A Walk on the Moon to get to know their characters.

by Taylor Steinbeck
May 29, 2018

Writing from Memory: An Interview with A Walk on the Moon Book Writer Pamela Gray

 

Book writer Pamela Gray reminisced with us about the Catskills, Woodstock, and the process of creating a new musical.

by Taylor Steinbeck
June 1, 2018

The Sound of the ’60s: An Interview with Composer and Lyricist Paul Scott Goodman

 

"In this story, there is music in the air, there’s Woodstock. It seemed natural for these characters to sing." – Composer Paul Scott Goodman

by Elspeth Sweatman
June 8, 2018

From High School Musical to Mainstage Musical: An Interview with A Walk on the Moon's Nina Kissinger

 

The Young Conservatory's own Nina Kissinger makes her professional debut with Moon. We spoke with this emerging actor about what the character of Myra means to her.

by Taylor Steinbeck
June 12, 2018

Podcast: A Walk on the Moon Prologue Discussion





Before the June 12 performance of A Walk on the Moon, Associate Artistic Director Andy Donald, Book author Pamela Gray, Musician & Lyricist Paul Scott Goodman, and Director Sheryl Kaller sat down and discussed the process of bringing a new musical to life.

A Walk on the Moon Playlist - Top Music from 1969


These songs are the top tunes from the year 1969. Grab some head phones and take a trip into the late 60s. It's the perfect playlist to rock out to on your way to the theater!

The Summer of ’69: A Snapshot of America

 


In 1969, many Americans felt they were on the cusp of radical change. Here’s a snapshot of America in that life-changing year.

by Elspeth Sweatman
June 15, 2018

Catskills Life in A Walk on the Moon

 


For non-Orthodox Jewish households, such as the Kantrowitz family and their friends in A Walk on the Moon, the Catskill Mountains represented a rural retreat whose bungalows created a tight-knit community.

by Simon Hodgson
June 19, 2018

Timeless: An Interview with A Walk on the Moon Movie Director Tony Goldwyn



Did you know that Scandal's Tony Goldwyn directed the 1999 film A Walk on the Moon? We called him up to find out why nearly 20 years later, this story remains so close to his heart.

by Taylor Steinbeck
June 22, 2018

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