Devil And The Deep

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A fresh, bold musical reimagining
of Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island.

Preview
June 10

Opening
June 11

Music and Lyrics by
Graham Russell
and Katie McGhie.

Book & Additional Lyrics by
Melissa Bell.

Directed by
Lisa Devine.

Executive Producers
Harvey & Kathleen Guion.

Producers
Barry Siegel & Suril Shah.

ABOUT

A true reimagining of Stevenson’s beloved Treasure Island.
Set in the mid 18th Century we follow young Jim Hawkins from poverty stricken Bristol, England, all the way to Caribbean Islands as he embarks on a journey that will change his life forever. A boy that dreamt of adventure upon sea will be faced with grave choices, betrayal and lurking danger that will, in turn, make him dream only of returning home. The play examines the parallel desires of Jim and the infamous John Silver and the paths they’ll be forced to take.
Unplug and return to the world of imagination and adventure in a show for the entire family!

Show Information

Date: June 11-June 27
Ticket Price: $18.00
Venue: Theater 3, 311 West 43rd Street, 3rd Floor

Performance Schedule

Mon: 7:00 pm
Wed – Sat: 8:00 pm
Sun: 3:00 pm

Additional Information

Running Time: 2 hours
Intermission: Yes
Appropriate Age: Family friendly

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REVIEWS

“Looking for a musical for the whole family that will not break the bank? The answer is Theatre East’s Devil and the Deep.”

Epoch Times
“…reminiscent of opening a favorite book or a Saturday afternoon movie starring swashbuckling Erroll Flynn. Devil and the Deep is all this, plus music.”
“It is the music by Graham Russell and Katie McGhie that boosts the relevance of the story from a classic children’s must-read to a lively theatrical production.”
Curtain Up

“The storyline in Devil in the Deep has something for everyone.”
“Kudos to Sarita Lou for her fluid choreography…and to Tanya Khordoc and Barry Weil for their brilliant puppet creations.”

Theatrelife.com

“…a worthy successor to all of the Treasure Island plays and movies that have delighted us for years.”

History News Network

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