Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 East 2nd Street, Tulsa, OK 74103

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Closed November 11, 2017

Amadeus is a stunning piece of theatre with two rich central roles

The Guardian

Why See Amadeus?

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Theatre Tulsa presents Peter Shaffer's 1979 landmark play Amadeus, a brilliantly entertaining speculative look at the intense rivalry between Antonio Solieri and the greatest composer of the age, one Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Winner of the 1981 Tony Award for best play, Amadeus is a blistering story of envy and madness, fuelled by a score of the era's most recognizable and triumphant music.

Rock me: Whats the story of Amadeus

Inspired by the music of Mozart, fellow composer Solieri is desperate to meet the man behind the sound. However, his tastes are soured when he discovers the genius is uncouth, lacking the charm he feels should accompany the talent. Desperate and jealous, he decides to bust into Mozart's inner circle, presenting a kind face, whilst attempting to sabotage him at every turn.

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Opening night: 3 November 2017

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