One of the great triumphs in American musical theatre history is well known to be the Tony Award winning Best Musical MAN OF LA MANCHA. This classic love story tells the dream weaving tale of Don Quiote on his enduring quest for peace, goodness, beauty and the alluring lady of his dreams, Dulcinea. The Phoenix production, directed by Sam Viverito and helmed by Steve McCoy and Tess Rohan, was the critical darling of the 2006-2007 touring season. Written by Dale Wasserman, with music by Mitch Leigh and lyrics by Joe Darion, MAN OF LA MANCHA boasts a haunting score that features "The Impossible Dream." The original production ran six years on Broadway and won five Tony awards including Best Musical.
Muleteers: Clinton Curtis, Eddie Schnecker, Michael Scibilia
McCoy’s Cervantes leads the troupe with his strong presence. McCoy’s standing ovation was truly deserved!Reading Eagle
The set designed by Michael Hotopp certainly tops any dungeon I’ve seen in “LaMancha” productions. It’s a cavernous belly of a jail worthy of any Broadway stage.The News-Press