Tomorrow Morning

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Description

In the tradition of Kokandy's critically acclaimed production of The Last Five Years, Tomorrow Morning is a fresh and intimate contemporary musical. Two couples, separated by time, prepare for a monumental day ahead: when morning comes, twenty-somethings John and Kat will marry and embark upon a new life, while older couple Jack and Catherine will sign their divorce papers. Are they sure they're doing the right thing? Is anyone really sure they’re doing the right thing when it comes to love? Tomorrow Morning explores the uncertainty of impending change and ultimately, the redeeming power of love.

Since its London debut in 2006, Tomorrow Morning has played on four continents and has been translated into four languages. The 2011 Off-Broadway production earned an Outer Critics' Circle Award nomination for Best New Off-Broadway Musical. Let Kokandy's reimagining of this chamber musical grab you by the heart, pull you in, and whisk you away.

The show's official webpage with a longer description and samples of the show can be found here.

Reviews
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THREE STARS! (out of four)
"[Tomorrow Morning] has the courage of its own convictions, which is no small thing in a confusing and cynical world."
- Kerry Reid, Chicago Tribune
FIVE STARS! (out of five)
"Kokandy... just keeps bringing us quality productions"
- Al Bresloff, Around the Town Chicago
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
"Sublime... exquisite... heartwarming and earnest"
- Colin Douglas, Chicago Theatre Review
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
"A deftly handled delight!"
- Ian Rigg, Chicagoland Musical Theatre
2
RECOMMENDED!
"Your summer date night destination!"
- Katy Walsh, The Fourth Walsh
2
"Really touching...[about] love, forgiveness, and how hard relationships are."
- Ada Grey, Ada Grey Reviews for You
2
"A feel-good production featuring outstanding Chicago talent!"
- Nick Coulson, Loyola Phoenix
2

Creative Team
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John D. Glover
Direction
Kory Danielson
Music Direction
Cameron Turner
Assistant Direction, Choreography
Ashley Ann Woods
Set
Cat Wilson
Lighting
Robert S. Kuhn
Costumes
Michael J. Patrick
Sound
Johnny Buranosky
Props
Aaron Shapiro
Production Management
Kait Samuels
Stage Management
Kyle Condon
Master Electrician, ASM
Kirstin Johnson
Sound Engineering
Evan Frank
Assistant Stage Management

Cast
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