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The People in the Picture is an original musical about heritage, survival, and history. It follows Raisel, a former Yiddish theatre actress who struggled to get herself and her daughter through World War II Europe. Today, she lives with her daughter and granddaughter, who calls her "Bubbie" and hangs on her every word, but her daughter can't deal with the depressing memories of the past. Transferring between reality and memory, The People in the Picture features the fun of the Yiddish theatre and the gripping story of a family in crisis. Get your People in the Picture tickets today to see this moving musical.



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About the Show:

The People in the Picture presents events both in flashbacks of Bubbie's memory and in the "present" reality of 1970s New York. As she recounts the notable events of her past, the people in Bubbie's photographs come to vivid life and articulate her stories. Through her tales, Bubbie performs the important task of passing on a family history and the history of a culture that is in danger of eroding over time. This show is a powerfully emotional tale with songs that illustrate its most poignant messages and profound lessons. The inclusion of old theater productions in Bubbie's memory also gives the show moments of more upbeat excitement and humor. Check out the schedule today and get your The People in the Picture tickets for a time-travelling adventure into the meaning of sacrifice, memory, and family.

Plot Synopsis:

Raisel was a Yiddish theatre actress in pre-World-War-II Poland. It is now the 1970s and she lives in New York City with her daughter, Red, and her granddaughter, Jenny, who calls her "Bubbie." Jenny hangs on to Bubbie's every word as she recounts her experiences from her years as the darling of the Yiddish theatre, but Red wants nothing to do with her stories from the terrible years during the war. Through Bubbie's flashbacks, we see everything that Raisel endured to bring herself and her daughter through the war alive. Meanwhile, Red is forced to deal with Bubbie's worsening health, and it is proving to be a difficult and emotional process.

Run Time:

2 hours and 15 minutes with one intermission

Advisory:

Recommended for ages 8 and up (some sad and scary moments)

Awards:

  • 2011 Tony Awards: 1 nomination
  • 2011 Drama Desk Awards: 3 nominations
  • 2011 Outer Critics Circle Awards: 1 nomination

Creative Team:

Book/LyricsIris Rainer Dart
MusicMike Stoller, Artie Butler

The People in the Picture News:

April 28, 2011Following previews since April 1, The People in the Picture opened on Broadway!
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