Man of La Mancha opens to rave reviews!

‘La Mancha’ at Princeton Festival: Great songs, voices, message

“Summer festival sometimes implies light, but what this production sacrifices in glamour it makes up for in fidelity to the profound core of this show. Michael Dean Morgan’s disciplined direction gives us a La Mancha not so much boiled down as essential.”

John Timpane — Philly.com (The Philadelphia InquirerJUNE 13, 2017

http://www.philly.com/archive/john_timpane/la-mancha-at-princeton-festival-great-songs-voices-message-20170613.html


The Princeton Festival Presents “Man of La Mancha”; Cervantes Becomes Don Quixote in the Broadway Musical

“The musical is well served by the intimate venue. The audience is on three sides of the stage, and on the same level as the prisoners — and therefore is part of the action. Director Michael Dean Morgan and choreographer Cristina Marte make deft staging choices. Antonia and Dr. Carrasco circle Quijana as they plot against him, as he is at the center of their plans. Effective choreography underlines the predatory sexuality of the muleteers, and the deviousness of the gypsies.”

Donald H. Sanborn III (Princeton Town Topics) June 14, 2017

The Princeton Festival Presents “Man of La Mancha”; Cervantes Becomes Don Quixote in the Broadway Musical


The Princeton Festival Presents “Man of La Mancha”

The Princeton Festival Presents “Man of La Mancha”