Already closed | 1h 20m | Midtown W

Songs For The Fallen

Be the first to score this show!

About the show

Part of the New York Musical Theatre Festival, this production combines elements from vaudeville, cabaret, and MTV to tell of the extraordinary life of Marie Duplessis; courtesan, party girl, liar, and legend. More…

In Paris 1847, we experience a tale of a woman who knew one thing: good girls don’t make history. Follow Marie Duplessis' journey from extreme poverty to infamy, as she becomes the most notorious woman in France. Labeled by historians as the Diana of her time, the Princess of the People, and the muse that inspired "The Lady of the Camellias," "La Traviata," and Baz Lurhmann’s "Moulin Rouge!," retrace her extraordinary story. From the Provinces to Marie's tragic death at the age of 23, this is an invitation to the decadent final party of the real-life woman who defied her fate and captured a nation.

1h 20m | Already closed | Theater 3 (Midtown W)

0
Avg Score
Songs For The Fallen hasn't been reviewed by any members (yet!)
Be the first to review this show

July 24th, 2015
"Part vaudeville act, part rock musical, part very intimate cabaret, 'Songs' is an energetic love song to all of the artforms it pays homage to. Anchored by Harbridge’s divine performance, the show becomes sexy without being vulgar and heartbreaking without being depressing. A romp with vibrant m...
read more
July 25th, 2015
"Like John Cameron Mitchell, Sheridan Harbridge has given the world her 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch...' The music unites pop with glamor...There’s something glorious about seeing a well-polished show...'Songs for the Fallen' is an experience that needs to be had. Sheridan Harbridge needs to showc...
read more
March 11th, 2013
for a previous production "It’s hard to discern or decide whether 'Songs For The Fallen' is a drama, comedy, musical, cabaret, or something else entirely; though the last would seem to be the most apt, if inept, descriptor...Well-behaved women, it’s been said, don’t make history. That’s why Marie is so fucking famous. And...
read more
March 5th, 2013
for a previous production "It’s a show where cabaret meets theatre and the language of pop music meets French. Though to be fair, it is the Google Translate version of French...The script could do with a good trim around the edges and some of the music misses the mark. But if there’s a more intriguing performer currently ...
read more

Related content


Cast & Creatives

Cast and Creative Team members for this show have not yet been loaded into Show-Score. If you are affiliated with this show, and would like to accelerate the process, please contact us or read the Help.