Show Closed This production ended its run on May 29, 2016 The Tucks are (finally) heading to Broadway! The musical adaptation of Tuck Everlasting will open on April 17, 2016 at a Shubert Theater to be announced. Directed and choreographed by Casey Nicholaw, performances will begin on March 19; the production premiered at Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre earlier this year, starring Andrew Keenan-Bolger. Casting for the Great White Way incarnation will be announced later.Featuring music by Chris Miller, lyrics by Nathan Tysen and a book by Claudia Shear, Tuck Everlasting follows a young girl and her friendship with Jesse Tuck and his family, who become immortal after drinking from an enchanted spring. Based on the 1975 children’s novel by Natalie Babbitt, the story has twice been adapted for the screen.The production will feature scenic design by Walt Spangler, costume design by Gregg Barnes, lighting design by Kenneth Posner and sound design by Brian Ronan. Related Shows View Comments Tuck Everlasting
Listen to raw audio of his speech via the audio player below. MASON CITY— New Jersey Democratic Senator Cory Booker kicked off a two-day White House campaign swing through Iowa talking to about 100 people gathered in the basement of the First Congregational Church in Mason City this morning.Booker says Democrats cannot achieve their goals by demeaning or degrading Republicans. “They’re our neighbors, they’re our friends. We may disagree with them but we have to find common ground. I want to win the White House back, but it’s not to beat Republicans, it’s to unite Americans. We have to make sure that in this election we define ourselves, and you don’t define yourself by bringing out the worst of who you are, you can’t campaign wrong and then think you are going to govern right.”Booker says he wants to run for president in an attempt to unify the country. “I’m standing here in Iowa today running for President of the United States because I worry that in this nation right now, there are people losing faith in us and our ability to solve our problems, deal with persistent injustices. People are feeling left out and left behind, and folks are feeling like a force is tearing us apart as a country, pitting us against each other, are stronger than the forces that are holding us together. I don’t believe that. My whole life is a story against that.”Booker says he’s for a “healthcare for all” style plan that would ensure every American has a right to high, quality healthcare. “If you don’t believe the system is broken, you need to wake up to the challenges we see. We are a nation that spends more on healthcare than any other country, with the worst results, and we still leave people out of the equation. We are a nation right now that often has a disease treatment system as opposed to focusing on well being, as opposed to early prevention, as opposed to folks doing early intervention.”Booker says corporate agriculture is destroying the local, family farmer of Iowa. “I believe that we are all in this together. What is happening to the agriculture industry is hurting all of us. It’s hurting our environment. It’s hurting our family farmers. It’s hurting the consumers. It’s hurting the American way. The very culture of our country is being eroded as towns and communities are being hollowed out by big, multi-national corporations.”Booker was also traveling to Waterloo, Cedar Rapids and Iowa City today, and is scheduled to stop in Marshalltown and Des Moines tomorrow.