What if the Marx Brothers and British playwright Tom Stoppard (Shakespeare in Love) collaborated on a play? According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the resulting work might look a lot like Itamar Moses' Bach at Leipzig. Set in Leipzig in 1722, Germany's most renowned music director is dead at the keyboard. Without missing a beat, the country's greatest organists rush to fill his position. Now, it seems that everybody is guilty of trickery and blackmail. Sit back and enjoy the rush of rivalry as these virtuosos scramble for success. Bach at Leipzig is rooted in history, embellished with fiction and raises questions about God, art and humanity. See it in North Hollywood at the Lonny Chapman Theatre.
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