Spring Awakening

Presented by Harvard College Musical Theater

Written by Steven Sater
Composed by Duncan Sheik & Steven Sater
Directed by Laura Sky Herman ’19
Music Directed by Liz Kantor ’18 & Danny Rodriguez ’18
Produced by Caleb Spiegel Ostrom ’18 & Lindsay McAuliffe ’20

PERFORMANCES & TICKETING

Loeb Experimental Theater

Friday, October 27 at 7:30pm
Saturday, October 29 at 7:30pm
Sunday, October 30 at 2pm
Thursday, November 2 at 7:30pm
Friday, November 3 at 7:30pm
Saturday, November 4 at 1pm

Run time: 2 hours, 15 minutes with intermission.

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ABOUT THE SHOW

A raw and honest portrayal of youth in revolt, Spring Awakening is a rock musical in the immersive Loeb Experimental Theater. Set in 19th century Germany, Spring Awakening explores timeless questions of sexuality, religion, and independence, with a Tony-winning contemporary score bridging past and present. This story seeks to celebrate the power of communication.

Please be aware that this production contains sensitive and often explicit material, including adult language, sexual situations, frank talk of death, violence, and religious commentary.

CAST

Wendla … Karalyn Joseph
Melchior … Jake Corvino
Ilse … Celia Kenney
Moritz … Blu Frankel
Martha … Enosa Ogbeide
Hanschen … Henry Lynch
Thea … Elisheva Glaser
Ernst … Eli Troen
Anna … Emma Schwartz
Otto … Christian Savarese
Georg … Noah Barson
Adult Woman … Ali Astin
Adult Man … Ben Ubiñas

STAFF

Director … Laura Sky Herman
Music Directors … Liz Kantor, Danny Rodriguez
Choreographer … Laura Sky Herman
Associate Choreographer … Mara Milner
Stage Managers … Sara Bobok, Morgan Booker
Assistant Stage Manager … Clarence Chan
Set Designer … Ana Maria Delmar
Assistant Set Designer … Chloé-Rose Colombero
Set Advisor … Kat Nakaji
Lighting Designer … Yasmin Yacoby
Props Designer … Claire Rivkin
Costume Designers, … Chloé-Rose Colombero, Allison Chang
Producers … Lindsay McAuliffe, Caleb Spiegel Ostrom
Publicity Producer … Sabrine Keane
Production Advisors … Asia Stewart, Sam Hagen