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Gypsy

Closed November 19, 2017

What may be the greatest of all American musicals

Ben Brantley

Why See Gypsy?

Gypsy: The Greatest American Musical

Considered the pinnacle of the mid-20th century's musical theater art form, the iconic Gypsy has garnered mass adoration from critics and fans alike since it first debuted on Broadway in 1959. Don't miss the classic American musical as it enjoys another electric revival at North Carolina Theatre's Memorial Auditorium this winter.

What is Gypsy about?

Bursting with beloved musical theatre hits like 'Everything's Coming Up Roses' and 'Let Me Entertain You', Gypsy is based on the memoirs of the famed burlesque performer Gyspy Rose Lee. The story centers on the ultimate show-business mother Rose and her two daughters Louise and June. When June rebels against her dominating mother to elope, Rose's attention is solely focused on less talented daughter Louise, who transforms herself into the renowned striptease performer.

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Opening night: 14 November 2017

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