The Reviews for SPRING AWAKENING are In…

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The reviews for the Deaf West revival of Spring Awakening are in and the critics all have goosebumps. Both deaf and hearing actors deliver stunning performances under the expert direction of Michael Arden. The 4-piece band, simple sets, stark lighting and beautiful period-ish costumes come together to make this a lovely, wonderful exploration of both the exciting and darker sides of life. The production is slated to play a limited run and must close January 9th, so do yourself a favor and rush over to the Brooks Atkinson Theatre to catch this one before this beautiful revival fades away.

NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF SPRING AWAKENING

One of the great musicals of the last decade was born anew on Sunday, when the thrillingly inventive Deaf West Theater production of “Spring Awakening” opened on Broadway at the Brooks Atkinson Theater. Any qualms theater-lovers might have about this being a premature, whiplash-inducing revival — the original

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ASSOCIATED PRESS REVIEW OF SPRING AWAKENING

Little can contain the new, electrifying version of “Spring Awakening” now on Broadway. Actors use their faces, mouths and hands to communicate. Projections offer song lyrics and dialogue. Performers run through the theater aisles, even occupying a box seat. Musicians roam the stage with their instruments

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AM NEW YORK REVIEW OF SPRING AWAKENING

It’s a bit soon to bring the rock musical “Spring Awakening” back to Broadway, considering that it closed just seven years ago, but an inspired and innovative revival that incorporates American Sign Language just happened to be staged in Los Angeles which deserved a New York run. “Spring Awakening” is based

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NBC NEW YORK REVIEW OF SPRING AWAKENING

“Spring Awakening”—with a cast of new faces, plus an Oscar winner and an Emmy winner in supporting roles—has been revived and radically reimagined, nearly a decade after first blossoming on Broadway. Michael Arden, who starred in Paper Mill’s recent “Hunchback,” directs the Deaf West Theatre production, which

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DC THEATRE SCENE REVIEW OF SPRING AWAKENING

The Deaf West production of “Spring Awakening” at the Brooks Atkinson tangibly enhances an acclaimed musical about rebellious and repressed adolescents. By cleverly pairing deaf actors who are signing with hearing actors who are singing, Deaf West has made the show the most accessible on Broadway, but also

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