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Three Courses

BCA Plaza Black Box Theatre, 539 Tremont Street

February 29 – March 3 2024
“Three Courses” is an original musical by Howard Godfrey, a 6th semester student at the Berklee college of music.

“Three Courses” follows three ‘couples’ as they have dinner at different restaurants and unpack their current and past relationships. Throughout the evening, they have many challenging conversations and address several of their issues involving truth, integrity, and identity. This musical is an intimate exploration of relationship challenges, from the heartache that ensues when a first love comes to an end, to the pain when a marriage begins to crumble.

Written, Directed, and Composed by: Howard Godfrey

Musical Director: Alex Franklin

Choreographer: Isabella Dimichino

Stage Manager: Magnolia Howe

“Three Courses” is an original musical by Howard Godfrey, a 6th semester student at the Berklee college of music.

“Three Courses” follows three ‘couples’ as they have dinner at different restaurants and unpack their current and past relationships. Throughout the evening, they have many challenging conversations and address several of their issues involving truth, integrity, and identity. This musical is an intimate exploration of relationship challenges, from the heartache that ensues when a first love comes to an end, to the pain when a marriage begins to crumble.

Written, Directed, and Composed by: Howard Godfrey

Musical Director: Alex Franklin

Choreographer: Isabella Dimichino

Stage Manager: Magnolia Howe

Duration

1 hour 45 minutes with one intermission

Suitable Age: 14+

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