A Beautiful Noise


The Neil Diamond Musical


Good Times Never Seemed So Good

The story of the legendary Neil Diamond comes to life on stage in an uplifting new Broadway musical, A Beautiful Noise featuring all his hit songs including “Sweet Caroline,” “America,” and “Cracklin’ Rosie.”

Directed by Tony Award® winner Michael Mayer (Spring AwakeningHedwig and the Angry Inch), choreographed by Olivier Award winner Steven Hoggett (OnceHarry Potter and the Cursed Child), and written by four-time Academy Award nominee Anthony McCarten (Bohemian RhapsodyThe Two Popes), A Beautiful Noise is a thrilling look at an artist’s search for himself and a celebration of the enduring power of his music.


That Brooklyn Kid Who Made it Big and Took us all Along for the Ride

1960s America was hungry for change and so was he. He landed a gig selling songs for fifty bucks a week in the legendary Tin Pan Alley’s Brill Building, just 5 blocks from where you’re standing right now. At night he honed his voice on stage at the Village’s Bitter End, but knew he was destined for something greater.

This was New York, after all. City of dreams. Full of life and opportunity where anyone could write their story. And so he did, in song after song.

10 Top 10 Hits. 140 million albums sold. His 1972 concert and live album Hot August Night sung in front of 5,000 screaming fans catapulted him to fame as the ultimate entertainer. He sang his way to a Grammy Award, into the Rock and Roll and Songwriters Halls of Fame, then topped it off with a Lifetime Achievement Grammy and the Kennedy Center Honors.


Teacher Reviews

Great for older students and groups interested in music!

Overall:
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Appropriate for Ages and Grades
Middle School, High School, University and Adult
Impressions:
Uplifting Spirit and Positive Message
Curricular tie-ins:
Music and Social Emotional
Artistic excellence in the following areas:
Music, Dance and Acting
Could you see yourself doing this show at your school or local theatre?
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Tell us in 50 words or less what your take on the show is from an educators perspective:

An uplifting story about an American musical icon. The ensemble really shines in the show, embodying the “noise” and brings color and life. It exposes students to Diamond’s musical repertoire and his impact on the music industry.

Tell us in 50 words or less what your students’ take on the show was:

My group had so much fun singing along and enjoying the music. I think that younger students may have trouble connecting to the life story of Neil Diamond but older students will appreciate the life lessons more.

Mallory

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