Aspects of Love 1990

Opened: April 8, 1990
Closing: March 02, 1991

Aspects of Love - 1990 - Broadway History , Info & More

Broadhurst Theatre (Broadway)
235 W. 44th St. New York, NY

Based on the novel by David Garnett

You'll fall in love with Aspects of Love. This romantic musical is filled with passion, love and loss across three generations of a family and their companions, and is set against the background of 1940's France and Italy. Alex Dillingham, a young student traveling through France, falls in love with the alluring actress Rose Vibert. As the pair embark on a passionate affair, the unexpected arrival of Alex's uncle changes their lives forever. This is a love story spanning twenty years binding six people and three generations as they come to appreciate that "love changes everything." Andrew Lloyd Webber's (The Phantom of the Opera, Cats, Evita) soaring melodies will touch your heart and make this a thrilling opening to our 203rd season!

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Aspects of Love FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What productions of Aspects of Love have there been?
Aspects of Love has had 6 productions including West End which opened in 1989, Broadway which opened in 1990, Broadway which opened in 1990, Toronto which opened in 1991, West End which opened in 1993 and West End which opened in 2023.
What Tony Awards has Aspects of Love been nominated for?
Best Musical , , Best Book of a Musical for Andrew Lloyd Webber, Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre for Andrew Lloyd WebberBest Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre for Don Black and Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre for Charles Hart.
What awards has Aspects of Love been nominated for?
Aspects of Love has been nominated for several awards. These include Outstanding Lighting Design (Drama Desk Awards) for Andrew Bridge, Outstanding Music (Drama Desk Awards) for Andrew Lloyd Webber, Outstanding Musical (Drama Desk Awards) for Aspects of Love, Outstanding Orchestration (Drama Desk Awards) for David Cullen, and Best Broadway Musical (Outer Critics Circle Awards).

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