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Adapted from the film Passione d'Amore and set in 19th century Italy, Passion follows handsome soldier Giorgio, who becomes the object of obsessive love from Fosca, his colonel's chronically ill, bedridden cousin. The story unfolds as Giorgio sends and receives letters from his mistress, Clara.

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Performances ended on Apr. 19, 2013.

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About Passion on Broadway

Previews: Feb 8, 2013 • Opening: Feb 28, 2013 • Closing: Apr 19, 2013
Off-Broadway Musicals Drama
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Classic Stage Company
136 East 13th Street
New York, NY 10003
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Assistive listening devices are provided free of charge as inventory allows with a photo ID.
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Wheelchair seating is available for all performances.
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What Is the Story of Passion?
Passion is Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's Tony Award-winning musical of romantic obsession. Based on the Italian movie Passione d’amore, Passion is the story of Giorgio, a soldier, and Clara, a woman with a husband and child, who are deeply in love, but their sublime happiness is disrupted when Giorgio is transferred to an isolated outpost. Here he meets Fosca, a homely and ill woman who is the cousin of the regiment’s commanding officer. Fosca soon falls in love with Giorgio and pursues him relentlessly. The original Broadway production, directed by Lapine, opened in May 1994 and won four Tony Awards, including Best Musical.

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Stephen Bogardus
Colonel Ricci
Jeffry Denman
Lieutenant Barri
Jason Michael Evans
Private Augenti
Ken Krugman
Lieutenant Torasso
Sergeant Lombardi
Doctor Tambourri
Will Reynolds
Major Rizzoli/Ludovic


Music and Lyrics
Stephen Sondheim
James Lapine
John Doyle
Costume Designer
Ann Hould-Ward
Lighting Designer
Jane Cox
Sound Designer
Dan Moses Schreier
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