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If you haven’t been able to see Theater Lateda’s beautiful and inspiring work “All Is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914” live on stage during a holiday performance of more than a decade, you can watch it on Twin Cities PBS (TPT). I can do it. ) Delivered on November 27th and streamed from mid-December.
Created by Theater Latte Da Artistic Director Peter Rothstein, this work premiered in 2007 and was an annual holiday tradition in Twin Cities until 2018, when “All Is Calm” went off-Broadway for a vacation. Lateda calls the moving song “docu musical” because it is based on an actual letter from a soldier who wrote about a night when Allied and German soldiers laid weapons and filled a quiet night with Christmas carols and friendships. I’m out.
Rothstein worked on “All Is Calm” for two years. This song has a direct description and music of its wonderful night era, studied in England and France.
The Off-Broadway debut of “All Is Calm’s” won the Drama Desk Award for its unique theatrical experience. It takes place in over 50 cities.
According to a TPT news release, this is one of the first works highlighted through TPT’s new television and digital streaming initiative, “Stage,” to “celebrate and uplift” Minnesota’s arts when the pandemic shuts down. aims for. Filmed at Ritz Theater, Theater Lateda’s home in northeastern Minneapolis.
“All Is Calm” will air on TPT on November 27th at 8pm. The specials will be streamed on PBS Passport, PBS Video App and Broadway HD starting December 15th.
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