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The story that was turned into a feature film thirty years ago, Yentl is now being adapted into a Dutch musical. Featuring just one actress, Vera Mann, this musical has already started a buzz in the theatrical world. The movie version was directed, co-produced and written by Barbra Streisand, who also took up the lead role. The musical adaptation has been directed by Heiko Stang. So if you're a Broadway enthusiast, this is an opportunity for you to enjoy a great show. So get the Yentl tickets for yourself and your loved ones now to be a part of it.
Yentl, the one-woman musical debuted in October and has been able to mesmerize the audience since then. Seen on stage previously in the late 1970's by the talented artists Leah Napolin and Isaac Bashevis Singer, the show is likely to be a hit once again. Based on a short story written by Singer, "Yentl Yeshiva Boy" tells the tale of a girl named Yentl, who chooses to live her life as a man named Anshel, in order to receive education in Talmudic Law. At school, she comes across her study partner, Avigdor to whom she reveals this secret by proclaiming that she is neither of the sexes and suggesting that she has "the soul of a man and the body of a woman". To find out how the story unfolds make sure to attend the musical when it comes to your city.
The first actress to perform the lead role in Yentl in the 1970s was the talented Tovah Feldshuh. Starting performances at the Brooklyn Academy of Music's stage, the show opened to a jam packed audience at its very first performance. Tovah's breakout performance in the show earned her the Theatre World Award. Not only this, she even bagged a Drama Desk Award and earned Tony nominations for her spectacular acting. Her performance garnered her so much acclaim that the New York Times stated, "Feldshuh plays Yentl with such piercing sincerity you cannot help but be riveted by the actress' work".
The movie version of Yentl also earned critical acclaim. The film's music especially gained a lot of popularity. Composed by the famous Michel Legrand, his songs like, "Papa, Can You Hear Me" as well as "The Way He Makes Me Feel" added another spark to the movie: Streisand's voice, on top of that, made each and every one of these songs a smash hit. The movie was able to earn the Academy Award for "Best Original Score" as well as the Golden Globe Awards for the "Best Director" and the "Best Motion Picture-comedy".
This time around, Vera Mann is set for a fabulous performance at the musical. With Streisand as her mentor, she is likely to enthrall the audience with her voice. Known for her role as Lady Di in another hit musical, and also for the role of Diana Spencer, she has been honored with Dutch Musical Awards for the "Best Actress in Leading Role". Other roles that the talented artist has played include Evita in the Netherlands and Belgium "EVITA", Eliza Doolittle in "My Fair Lady", Fosca in "Passion", Donna in "Mamma Mia" and Grizabella in "Cats". With experience of appearing in so many hit musicals, this performance by her is bound to be phenomenal.
Recently, Yentl has been in limelight for its affiliation with the Cleveland Play House. The script has been penned by Michael Perlman, which will make the musical all the more engaging. So see the actors perform live in front of you by getting hold of the Yentl tickets now. Don't miss it!