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Exclusive: 10 ExtraOrdinary Days of A.R.T. - A Look Back On Andy Mientus' BURN ALL NIGHT

To celebrate 10 years of musical theatre at the American Repertory Theater at Harvard University (A.R.T.) BroadwayWorld is counting down to their production of ExtraOrdinary, a show highlighting productions of the past decade - including those which made it all the way to Broadway, with never-before-seen photos, videos, and more!

Today's production is BURN ALL NIGHT, which played the A.R.T's Club Oberon in 2017.

In an age of uncertainty, four lost souls come to the city in search of themselves. An unflinching look at being young on the eve of global catastrophe, this world premiere musical was directed by Jenny Koons (A Sucker Emcee, In This Moment) and choreographed by Tony nominee Sam Pinkleton (Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812) featured a synth-pop score by Teen Commandments members Van Hughes, Nicholas LaGrasta, and Brett Moses with a book and lyrics by Andy Mientus ("SMASH").

ExtraOrdinary is a cabaret retrospective celebrating ten years of musical theater at the A.R.T. This season marks Diane Paulus' tenth as the A.R.T.'s Terrie and Bradley Bloom Artistic Director. The limited run begins on Friday, November 16 at the Loeb Drama Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and ends on Friday, November 30, 2018.

Tickets for ExtraOrdinary start at $25 and are available now online at americanrepertorytheater.org, by phone at 617.547.8300, and in person at the Loeb Drama Center Ticket Services Offices (64 Brattle Street, Cambridge). Discounts are available to Subscribers, Members, groups, students, seniors, Blue Star families, EBT card holders, and others.

Exclusive: 10 ExtraOrdinary Days of A.R.T. - A Look Back On Andy Mientus' BURN ALL NIGHT
Burn All Night Scenic Design by Sara Brown

Exclusive: 10 ExtraOrdinary Days of A.R.T. - A Look Back On Andy Mientus' BURN ALL NIGHT
Burn All Night Rehearsal

Exclusive: 10 ExtraOrdinary Days of A.R.T. - A Look Back On Andy Mientus' BURN ALL NIGHT
Burn All Night Rehearsal

Exclusive: 10 ExtraOrdinary Days of A.R.T. - A Look Back On Andy Mientus' BURN ALL NIGHT
Burn All Night Rehearsal

Exclusive: 10 ExtraOrdinary Days of A.R.T. - A Look Back On Andy Mientus' BURN ALL NIGHT
Burn All Night Rehearsal

Exclusive: 10 ExtraOrdinary Days of A.R.T. - A Look Back On Andy Mientus' BURN ALL NIGHT
A Scene From Burn All Night

Exclusive: 10 ExtraOrdinary Days of A.R.T. - A Look Back On Andy Mientus' BURN ALL NIGHT
A Scene From Burn All Night

Exclusive: 10 ExtraOrdinary Days of A.R.T. - A Look Back On Andy Mientus' BURN ALL NIGHT
A Scene From Burn All Night

Exclusive: 10 ExtraOrdinary Days of A.R.T. - A Look Back On Andy Mientus' BURN ALL NIGHT
A Scene From Burn All Night

Exclusive: 10 ExtraOrdinary Days of A.R.T. - A Look Back On Andy Mientus' BURN ALL NIGHT
A Scene From Burn All Night

Exclusive: 10 ExtraOrdinary Days of A.R.T. - A Look Back On Andy Mientus' BURN ALL NIGHT
A Scene From Burn All Night

Exclusive: 10 ExtraOrdinary Days of A.R.T. - A Look Back On Andy Mientus' BURN ALL NIGHT
A Scene From Burn All Night

Exclusive: 10 ExtraOrdinary Days of A.R.T. - A Look Back On Andy Mientus' BURN ALL NIGHT
A Scene From Burn All Night

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