PHOTO CALL: Thou Shalt Swing

News   PHOTO CALL: Thou Shalt Swing The company of Thou Shalt Not swings in the opening moments of the new Harry Connick, Jr. musical, beginning previews Sept. 27 at the Plymouth Theatre. Connick, Jr. wrote the score, which includes the songs "I Need to Be in Love," "I've Got My Eye on You," "All Things," "Time Passing" and "Such Love," in 1940's jazz and blues styles.
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The company of Thou Shalt Not swings in the opening moments of the new Harry Connick, Jr. musical, beginning previews Sept. 27 at the Plymouth Theatre. Connick, Jr. wrote the score, which includes the songs "I Need to Be in Love," "I've Got My Eye on You," "All Things," "Time Passing" and "Such Love," in 1940's jazz and blues styles. Thou Shalt Not, a musical adaptation of Emile Zola's gritty tale of murderous adultery stars Kate Levering in the role of Therese Raquin (the name of the original novel), Craig Bierko her lover Laurent and Norbert Butz her husband Camille. Debra Monk and Leo Burmester are also in the cast. Harry Connick, Jr. wrote the score, which sets the story in 1940's New Orleans. 2000 and 20001 Tony Award winner Susan Stroman directs and choreographs.

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