Running Time: Two hours (includes one intermission)

In 1968, a musical revue of songs by a little-known Belgian singer/songwriter opened Off-Broadway at the Village Gate and astounded the audiences who came to see it. It would run for four years and go on to be performed around the world. Packed with wit, intelligence, and raw human emotion, Brel’s songs radiate stories of love and loss, hope and despair, humor and pathos. The emotional power of these songs has inspired hundreds of artists (everyone from David Bowie and Neil Diamond to Celine Dion and Nirvana) to cover his work. The poignant, passionate, and profound songs of Jacques Brel are brought to vivid theatrical life in this intense musical experience.

Cast
in alphabetical order

Eric Ankrim*
Louis Hobson* (Mar 7-Apr 12)
Cayman Ilika*
Kendra Kassebaum*
Timothy McCuen Piggee*
Matt Owen* (Apr 14-May 17)

Understudies
Candice Donehoo*
Greg Stone*

Band/Music Staff

Dwight Beckmeyer
Greg Fulton
Chris Monroe
Dave Pascal
Dane Andersen
Associate Music Director, Conductor, Piano
Guitar
Percussion
Bass
Music Coordinator

Creative Team

David Armstrong
Joel Fram
Tom Sturge
Harmony Arnold
Chris Walker
Chryssie Whitehead
Ian Eisendrath
Dwight Beckmeyer
Tristan Roberson
Brendan Patrick Hogan
Jeffrey K. Hanson*
Erin B. Zatloka*
Adrienne Mendoza
Director & Musical Staging
Music Supervisor
Scenic & Lighting Designer
Costume Designer
Sound Designer
Associate Director & Associate Choreographer
Resident Music Supervisor
Associate Music Director
Associate Projection & Assistant Lighting Designer
Associate Sound Designer
Stage Manager
Assistant Stage Manager
Production Assistant

* Members of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States