Enda Walsh

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Director John Tiffany Starring
  • Steve Kazee
  • David Patrick Kelly
  • Christin Milioti
    New York Theatre Workshop & Phoenix Theatre

    A modern day musical set on the streets of Dublin about a street musician and a Czech immigrant based on the Academy Award-winning 2007 film.

    Steve Kazee and Christin Milioti star in this beautiful love story, which transferred to Broadway in February 2012.


    There’s some special theater magic happening in Once. From writers and director through design team and an extraordinary ensemble of actor-musicians, it’s hard to think of another company in town working as such a seamless unit to serve the material.

    David Rooney
    The Hollywood Reporter

    you have a beautifully intimate, sweet, and deeply moving musical anchored by two marvelous new leads, that stirring music and a pitch-perfect production at the New York Theatre Workshop. Michael Giltz
    Huffington Post

    Lovingly revived... The sweetness, the charm, and the deceptively addictive songs, ready as ever to claim the heart Jocelyn Noveck
    San Francisco Chronicle

    Once charms us with a rare combination of intelligence, warmth and musicality Jeremy Gerard

    Once is that rare kind of musical which theatre lovers will want to see again Steven Suskin

    A musical that’s as unabashedly romantic, funny, passionate and sad as you dreamed it would be

    Elisabeth Vincentelli
    New York Post

    All lovers of quiet, lovely music-making should make the trek to New York Theatre Workshop’s East Village home Brendan Lemon
    Financial Times
    Full Review

    (A) ravishingly moving new musical... thanks to Enda Walsh's delicately crafted book... the piece feels like a work destined for the theater Andy Propst

    Whew! Heave a huge sigh of relief as the best musical of 2011 has transferred beautifully with its charm and intimacy intact. Michael Giltz
    Huffington Post

    feels as vital and surprising as the early spring that has crept up on Manhattan. Ben Brantley
    New York Times