Details of Carousel and the Ticket Luck value
Carousel achieved phenomenal success when it was first played in 1945 at Majestic Theatre. The rave reviews it earned after its very first production set the path for future success. Carousel is produced by Broadway's Golden Team, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, who was responsible for the highly successful musical Oklahoma! Rodgers worked on the musical scores while Hammerstein is credited with the lyrics. The duo ended up creating a wonderfully compelling and beautiful musical that has stunned audiences for decades.
Carousel is based on the story "Liliom" by Hungarian writer Ferenc Molnar. A beautiful drama, the book tells the story of the gruff carousel barker, Billy Bigelow and his romance with mill-hand, Julie Jordan. What starts off as an epic love story soon turns into a tale of woe and tragedy as the pair marries and struggles through the relationship. Billy's brash and rebellious ways end in a tragedy but he is given a chance to redeem himself in the afterlife. The question then becomes: will Billy be able to save his family in time and atone for his mistakes.
The splendid choreography, amazing acting and beautiful melodies all contribute to the remarkably compelling story. The show has had audiences on its feet on its previous revivals and tours. It has achieved immense critical acclaim and rave reviews and recommendations on various media sources.
The New York Daily Mirror has declared Carousel 'bountiful' and 'beguiling'. Time Magazine voted it "Best Musical of The Century", while New York Times has proclaimed it 'delightful' and 'a masterpiece'. Carousel has been revived countless times over the years by various opera and theater companies and has been played at sold out venues several times. The appeal of the musical is such that it was adapted into a motion-picture film in 1956 by Twentieth Century Fox.
Carousel has won a number of Olivier and Tony Awards including awards for music and choreography. The musical adaptation of the play also features a visually appealing set design and uplifting musical scores.
The musical is a treat to watch if you can get your Carousel tickets on time. Carousel features a realistically humanistic, universal theme of the charismatic carousel barker who loses his job and turns to committing robbery to provide for his wife and unborn child. The play's highlight is the longer than seven-minute soliloquy by the lead character. Carousel is a story where love and hope transcend and redeem the characters.
The musical has been greatly praised for its superb rendition of songs. Whether it's the beautifully matched duet, "If I Loved You", by the main characters, the gorgeous "What's the Use of Wondr'in," or the stirring "You'll Never Walk Alone"; the musical is full of touching and unforgettable music and lyrics.
Considering the popularity of the musical, it is probable that Carousel tickets will run out soon. The breathtaking musical has swept the audiences off its feet over the years with breathtaking musical scores and amazing cast performances. The realistic, universal theme of the musical makes it a timeless classic enjoyed by audiences all over. Carousel's appeal transcends cultures and audiences. The beautiful romantic tragedy and drama takes theater goers on a 'Carousel' ride that is hard to forget.