"The Pianist of Willesden Lane" was named a top 10 show of 2013 by the Chicago Sun-Times, and the Los Angeles Times called it an "undiluted privilege to witness." Tickets to this show, featuring some of the world's most beloved piano music played live, are now up to 65% off. This limited engagement must close March 19.
All Orchestra and Mezzanine seats are now $27 (reg. $37-$77) for the following performances at the Geffen Playhouse:
"The Pianist of Willesden Lane," set in 1938 Vienna, tells the story of a young Jewish pianist dreaming of her concert debut as the new ordinances of the Nazi regime take hold. Based on performer and Grammy nominee Mona Golabek's true family story, this tale of hope and survival was called an "astonishing tour de force...stunningly good" by the San Francisco Chronicle.
The running time for this production is 95 minutes with no intermission.