The appearance is part of the "Warm Coats, Warm Hearts Coat Drive," which collects donated winter clothing that will be delivered to individuals in need at no cost. The program, running through Jan. 16, 2009, is sponsored by the Burlington Coat Factory and the non-profit organization One Warm Coat.
Spring Awakening's leading trio Hunter Parrish, Alexandra Socha and Gerard Canonico will be joined by Matt Doyle, Emily Kinney, Caitlin Kinnunen, Zach Reiner-Harris, Morgan Karr, Frances Mercanti-Anthony and others, who will all donate articles of clothing to the drive.
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The Broadway production of Spring Awakening will conclude its run at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Jan. 18, 2009. In addition to the current U.S. national tour, international productions of Spring Awakening are planned for London, Vienna, Toronto, Helsinki, Seoul and the Philippines for 2009. Based on the 1891 play by Frank Wedekind, Spring Awakening won eight 2007 Tony Awards, including Best Musical. The original Broadway production of Spring Awakening features direction by Michael Mayer, choreography by Bill T. Jones, book and lyrics by Steven Sater and a score by Duncan Sheik.
Songs featured in the Tony-winning score are "All That's Known," "And Then There Were None," "Blue Wind/Don't Do Sadness," "Left Behind," "Mamma Who Bore Me," "My Junk, "The Bitch of Living," "The Dark I Know Well," "The Guilty Ones," "The Song of Purple Summer," "The Word of Your Body," "Those You've Known," "Totally Fucked," "Touch Me," "Whispering" and "The Mirror-Blue Night."
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