End of the Rainbow
Legend. Superstar. Tragedy.
Judy Garland is all of these. And so much more.
London, 1968: as Garland performs her infamous final concerts, she fights her loved ones, alienates her fans, battles her demons…and sings her heart out.
We meet a woman-child with so much love to share, who has given so much joy to so many, but who has struggled all her life to find the kind of love and happiness she yearns for.
END OF THE RAINBOW exposes the tormented heart and troubled mind of a truly unique individual, whose fragile soul was exchanged for fame and fortune…and then ultimately notoriety and destitution.
The Human behind the Tragedy.
The Person behind the Superstar.
The Woman behind the Legend.
“A high-on-life theatrical thrill-aganza. If ever something could turn Garland’s image from camp icon to Greatest Entertainer of the 20th Century, it’s this show.”
“This star was born, sparkled and fell…flirtatious, hypersexual, childlike, manipulative, as she makes love and war…a human tragedy on a world stage.”
“This Garland is funny, haughty, kittenish, pleading, needy, imperious, tortured and savage…hard to watch, but even harder not to watch.”
Advisory 16 (Some Mature Content and Coarse Language)
7 - 23 Oct 2022