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Moisés Kaufman
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Full Length, Drama
4 men, 4 women
Total Cast: 8, Flexible Set
ISBN: 978-0-8222-2392-4
FEE: $80 per performance.
ADDITIONAL MATERIALS: A PDF of sheet music is required for production. The cost is $20.00. This cost will be added automatically to the licensing fees, upon written approval of a production application. A download link will be sent automatically once we have received complete payment of the license invoice. There is no per-performance royalty fee for the usage of this music.
SPECIAL NOTE ON IMAGES: Several images required for production are protected under copyright by the Beethoven-Haus Bonn, so we are unable to distribute them. For rights to use those images, you will have to contact the Beethoven-Haus Bonn directly.

A DVD containing optional images for projection is available through the Play Service for $35.00, plus shipping and handling. The nonprofessional fee for the use of these images is $25.00 per performance. Click here or see the Projected Images icon below for more info and/or to order the optional Projected Images.

THE STORY: A mother coming to terms with her daughter. A composer coming to terms with his genius. And, even though they're separated by 200 years, these two people share an obsession that might, even just for a moment, make time stand still. Drama, memory and music combine to transport you from present-day New York to nineteenth-century Austria in this extraordinary American play about passion, parenthood and the moments of beauty that can transform a life.
"You don't have to know Beethoven from Bach to find yourself thoroughly absorbed by the theatricality with which Kaufman has tied a historic event—the legendary mystery surrounding one of Beethoven's compositions—to a drama about a fatally ill Beethoven scholar, her relationship with her daughter and the daughter's burgeoning romance." —CurtainUp. "It's a compellingly original and thoroughly watchable play for today that deserves to remembered." —Talkin' Broadway.