in partnership with
by MOISÉS KAUFMAN
directed by LEE HAMBY
THE CUMMER MUSEUM OF ART & GARDENS
829 Riverside Ave
FRI July 18 & 25 | SAT July 19 & 26
Dinner at 6:00pm ~ Curtain at 7:30pm
SUN July 20 & 27**
Lunch at 12:30pm ~ Show at 2:00pm
**Immediately following the Sun, July 27 matinee, we will be offering a
Community Conversation which will include folks from the
Florida Chapter of the ALS Association.
More details about the panel will be announced on our website in July.
TICKETS purchased online at least 24 hours in advance
$37* = DINING and SHOW with MUSEUM & GARDENS
$15 = SHOW with MUSEUM & GARDENS
TICKETS purchased day of show
$42* = DINING* and SHOW with MUSEUM & GARDENS
$20 = SHOW with MUSEUM & GARDENS
*includes dining in The Cafe at the Cummer
Gratuity not included. Alcohol and desserts available at additional cost.
When does an inquiry become an obsession? Ludwig van Beethoven, ailing, impoverished, and nearly deaf, sets aside other compositions to create 33 variations on a simple waltz theme by Anton Diabelli. Katherine Brandt, a musicologist in rapid physical decline due to the progression of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), is driven across the globe to determine the reason behind Beethoven’s compulsive treatment of this theme. Moving between the early 19th Century, the present, and a performance of the piano variations themselves, Moisés Kaufman’s 33 Variations examines these parallel stories of preoccupation.
SINDA NICHOLS and JASON WOODS
with CAROLINE LEE · FRANKLIN RITCH
JOSHUA TAYLOR · KRISTEN WALSH · JEFFREY WELLS
and LAURA PEDEN, music director and pianist
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