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Starry (Musical)

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Starry
MusicMatt Dahan
LyricsMatt Dahan & Kelly Lynne D'Angelo
BookKelly Lynne D'Angelo
Setting19th Century France
BasisCareers of the Van Gogh brothers
PremiereAugust 12th, 2018: Los Angeles, CA

Amazon.com Logo.png Search Starry (Musical) on Amazon.Starry is a pop-rock musical about the lives of the Van Gogh brothers, Vincent and Theo, and their careers in the French art world. The show has had performances in Los Angeles and at 54 Below[1] in New York City. A concept album featuring most of the music from the show was released on January 31st, 2020. The show has a book by Kelly Lynne D'Angelo, music by Matt Dahan and lyrics written by the two of them.

Production History[edit]

Starry began development in 2017[2], with the show first being performed in full in a bare-bones workshop style production at Rockwell Table & Stage in Los Angeles in 2018, which sold out. In early 2019, it was performed as a concert at 54 Below in New York City, which also sold out. Both productions featured many of the same actors.

Musical Numbers[3][unreliable source][edit]

Act 1[edit]

  • Prologue- Company
  • Impress Me- Theo and Company
  • A New Horizon- Vincent and Theo
  • United in Distaste- Gauguin and Company
  • Something After All- Theo
  • Enlightenment- Jo
  • Where Are We Going- Gauguin, Toulouse, Bernard and Company
  • The Sower- Company
  • The Road- Company

Act 2[edit]

  • The Yellow House- Vincent, Gauguin, Theo
  • Sunlight And Storms- Jo
  • On the Threshold of Eternity- Theo, Vincent, Jo
  • The Red Vineyard- Theo
  • The Starry Night- Vincent
  • Wheat Fields/Finale Ultimo- Jo and Company

Reception[edit]

Julia Stier, writing for stageraw.com, gives praise to the performers and staging of the Los Angeles production.[4] Kaitlin Riggio praises the Cast Album, writing "within 30 seconds of the first song, Starry fits right in with modern-day musical theatre greats."[5] Starry has gained a cult following, largely due to its social media presence, and its connection to the popular theatre company Team Starkid.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. "Starry: A Pop-Rock Musical about Vincent van Gogh". Feinstein's/54 Below. Retrieved 2020-11-27.
  2. "STARRY". https://starrymusical.com/. Retrieved 2020-11-27. External link in |website= (help)
  3. "Songs". STARRY Wiki. Retrieved 2020-11-27.
  4. "STARRY, reviewed by Julia Stier". STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH. 2018-10-10. Retrieved 2020-11-27.
  5. "REVIEW: "Starry" concept album shines with impressive musical moments, potential for growth – The Daily Free Press". Retrieved 2020-11-27.


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