The Other Mozart Presented by Culture Shock Miami

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The Other Mozart Presented by Culture Shock Miami

The Other Mozart is the true, forgotten story of Maria Anna (Nannerl) Mozart, the sister of Amadeus - a prodigy, virtuoso and composer, who performed throughout Europe with her brother, to equal acclaim, but her work and her story faded away, lost to history. The play is based on facts, stories and lines pulled directly from the Mozart family's humorous and heartbreaking letters. 

The Other Mozart has been presented in Salzburg by the Mozarteum University and by the Mozarteum Foundation at the Mozart Wohnhaus (inside the Mozarts’ apartment), by All for One Festival at the Cherry Lane Theater (NYC), the Berkshire Fringe Festival (MA), the JCS Museum at Auburn University (AL), the Piccolo Spoleto (SC), in New Orleans, Houston, Toronto, Munich, and in Estonia among many others. The play had a critically acclaimed Off-Broadway run in NYC at the HERE Arts Center and in London at St. James Theatre. www.theothermozart.com.
 

Written and created by Sylvia Milo
Music composed by Nathan Davis and Phyllis Chen
Directed by Isaac Byrne
Performed by Samantha Hoefer

Samantha Hoefer was featured in the Oscar Nominated film MUDBOUND

$5 tickets for 13-22 year olds available by clicking BUY NOW below. Regular priced tickets may be purchased through SMDCAC at www.smdcac.org.

Please note that there will be no late seating.

*There will be a Q&A with the performer after the Saturday 3:30PM performance. All are invited to stay and participate.

View The Other Mozart Trailer

Check out Christine DiMattei's interview with Samantha Hoefer on WLRN

Review: 
Theatermania: 
"Fascinating and irresistibly intelligent ... Frenetic tremolo of a harpsichord becomes the fluttering of a fan ... It is beautiful."
Stage and Cinema: 
"Sylvia Milo's luscious depiction... eschews the dreaded bio-adaptation problem ... with class and evocative energy. ...a surprisingly deep and penetrating analysis of the life of Wolfgang's older sister."

Reviews

Theatermania: 
"Fascinating and irresistibly intelligent ... Frenetic tremolo of a harpsichord becomes the fluttering of a fan ... It is beautiful."
Stage and Cinema: 
"Sylvia Milo's luscious depiction... eschews the dreaded bio-adaptation problem ... with class and evocative energy. ...a surprisingly deep and penetrating analysis of the life of Wolfgang's older sister."