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Grammy and Tony-winning composer Duncan Sheik (Spring Awakening) unveils his latest project - a brand new musical with Broadway ambitions making its premiere at Houston's Alley Theatre in the winter of 2021. Produced in collaboration with New York-based theatremaker Kyle Jarrow and Tony, Obie, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award-winning director Kyle Jarrow, Noir promises imaginative storytelling and compelling music, augmented by the use of an on-stage foley artist, which conjures the atmosphere of the radio plays and film noir of old.
Noir follows character Kevin Mambo, who becomes a recluse after his lady love Scarlet leaves him for another. At first, he finds solace in the music on the radio, but when a new couple moves in next door they become the center of his fixations. Through the thin walls, he overhears their troubles with a loan shark as well as an affair the wife is partaking in, and as his obsession grows, his story becomes ever more entangled in theirs.
Opening night: 21 January 2021
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