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Music & Lyrics by Alicia Keys
Book by Kristoffer Diaz
Choreography by Camille A. Brown
Directed by Michael Greif
Grammy Award-winning artist Alicia Keys and Pulitzer Prize-finalist playwright Kristoffer Diaz bring their exhilarating coming-of-age musical HELL’S KITCHEN to The Public this fall.
In a cramped apartment hanging off the side of Times Square, 17-year-old Ali is desperate to get her piece of the New York dream. Ali’s mother is just as determined to protect her daughter from the same mistakes she made. When Ali falls for a talented young drummer, both mother and daughter must face hard truths about race, defiance, and growing up. Ali feels trapped, until the sound of a neighbor playing piano opens the door to an unexpected friendship and a radically different future.
Choreography by Tony Award nominee Camille A. Brown, direction by Tony Award nominee Michael Greif, and book by Pulitzer Prize-finalist Kristoffer Diaz, HELL’S KITCHEN is an unforgettable new show loosely based on Alicia Keys’ personal experiences, featuring both newly created music and many of her soulful, iconic songs.
*Please note that Alicia Keys is not in the production.
Brandon Victor Dixon
Timothy L. Edwards
Desmond Sean Ellington
Crystal Monee Hall
Miss Liza Jane
Maleah Joi Moon
Aaron Nicholas Patterson
Lamont Walker II
Oscar Whitney Jr.
Produced with the generous support of AK Worldwide Media, Inc.
Lead production support for HELL’S KITCHEN is provided by the Blavatnik Family Foundation, Peter Fine, and Teresa Tsai.
HELL’S KITCHEN is made possible by generous support from The CLAWS Foundation/Cathy Dantchik, David C. Frederick & Sophia Lynn, Ms. Sandra Gluck, Rebecca Gold, Gayle Cohen Heller & David Heller, The Klingenstein-Martell Foundation, Gina Maria Leonetti, Marjorie & Bryan Weingarten/John H. Friedman, Audrey & Zygi Wilf, Frances Wilkinson & Jennifer Melin Miller, and Ted & Anne Clarke Wolff.
Additional production funding provided by the Angelo Family Charitable Foundation, Susan & David Edelstein, an Edgerton Foundation New Play Award, Viajes Miranda, Elyse & Michael Newhouse, and Lauren Rosenkranz.