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James A. Michener's SAYONARA
at Theatre Row, 410 W. 42nd St
July 5-26, 2015
Tue - Sat at 7:30 | Sat & Sun at 2:30
Added perfs Mon 7/6 at 7:30 & Wed 7/8 at 2:30
No perfs Fri 7/10 & Sat 7/11 at 2:30

Book by William Luce
Lyrics by Hy Gilbert
Music by George Fischoff
Adapted from the novel by James A. Michener

Directed by Tisa Chang
Choreography by Rumi Oyama
Music Direction by Sarah Brett England


Tickets on sale now!

Regular: $61.25
Through Telecharge 212-239-6200 | www.telecharge.com | Box Office

Opening Night July 9th at 7:30pm $126.25*

*Contact Pan Asian at 212-868-4030 or info@panasianrep.org to attend. Discounts cannot be applied to Opening Night

Discounts available
Online at www.telechargeoffers.com | 212-947-8844
| Box Office:

Seniors (65+) $51.25, use code: TRSASr
Preview Price (July 5-8) $46.25, use code TRSAPrv
Military Personnel & Veterans $46.25, use code TRSAUSA
-----Find out more about our Blue Star Program here
Industry (w/ ID. Excluding final week) $37.25, use code TRSAArt
Tuesday Buy One Get One $62.50 (for 2 tickets), use code TRSABogo
Students (25 and under, w/ valid ID, 2 per ID) $26.25, use code TRSAStu
Early bird groups (10+) $37.25 before June 15th, use code: TRSAEBG
Group tickets after June 15th $46.25 use code TRSAGrp
Student Groups (10+) $26.25, use code TRStGrp

                     Ya Han Chang     Morgan McCann

          Ako                Thomas Bevan   Natsuko Hirano*

Justin R G Holcomb   Scott Klavan       Justin McEllroy

   Rumi Oyama     Jennifer Piacenti     Edward Tolve       

                                Sandy York

     Carol Angeli      Yurina Kutsukake  Tsubasa Ogawa

Michiko Sasaki   Alicia Kaori Shumway  Jessica Wu

*Natsuko Hirano is appearing with the permission of Actors' Equity Association

Sets: Sheryl Liu
Lights: Marie Yokoyama
Costumes: Carol Pelletier
Dance Costumes: Keiko Obremski
Sound: Ian Wehrle
Stage Manager: Taylor Alyssa Marun
Assistant Stage Manager: Elis C. Arroyo


Tisa Chang directs this re-imagining of the epic musical of US military in post-WWII Japan. This production highlights the all female Takarazuka dance theater and how compassion and love can heal prejudice despite the inevitable collision of two disparate, codified cultures.

2015 will be the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII and we feel this is the perfect time to re-visit this story of love vs prejudice and the question of what constitutes a legal or acceptable marriage – an issue we see tested even now - in all parts of the United States.