Act I Suburban mother Diana Goodman waits up late for her curfew-challenged son, comforts her anxious and overachieving daughter, hurries off for some sex with her husband, then rises to help prepare her family for "Just Another Day." But when her lunchmaking takes a turn for the bizarre with sandwiches covering the table, chairs, and floor, the rest realize something is not right. As husband Dan helps the disoriented Diana, Natalie hurries off to school and the refuge of the piano practice room ("Everything Else"), where she's interrupted by Henry, a classmate who likes to listen to her play...
Falling For Eve Theatre @ Saint Peter's 54th Street just East of Lex. Group Rates Available
Book: Joe DiPietro Music: Bret Simmons Lyrics: David Howard Based on Adam Alone by: David Howard
In the new musical, Falling for Eve, Creation is going perfectly. Eve, curious about what lies beyond the Garden of Eden, bites the apple. Then Adam doesn't. A fresh and unconventional retelling of the most famous romance of all time, Falling for Eve offers a second look at the world's first love story.
Starring: Jennifer Blood(Susan and God), Krystal Joy Brown(Hair), Nehal Joshi(Les Mis), Adam Kantor(Next To Normal),...
Im sorry but im just covering Aaron Tviet, Alice Ripley, J.Robert Spencer, Jennifer Damiano, and Adam Chanler-Berat. I know there are others, but these few deserve it the most :)
Alice Ripley- Five out of Five stars. she is PERFECT for this roll. Her voice is very VERY unique, its almost a little wavery, but with perfect control. It has the essence of insanity, wich fits her insane character.
Something about her makes you sympathise with Diana. Her appearance and voice seems....vulnerable? yet also dangerous.
Overall two thumbs up. Definetly deserve the Tony :).
1.) Gabe/Aaron Tviet is undeniably sexy. You cant deny that. Not to mention his voice is completly perfect. The voice of a god.
2.) The music can sometimes drive you to tears. "The Song Of Forgetting", "Light", and "A Light in the Dark" for example.
3.)The storyline is new and refreshingly different from the "average" broadway show. It deals with things that you would never think to write in a musical, but when you really think about it, turning this emotional roller coaster makes perfect sense.
4.) The show can be emotional and sad and reminisint without becoming cheesey or sentimental.