She Loves Me
Book by Joe Masteroff, Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick, Music by Jerry Bock
Directed by Gaye Taylor Upchurch
Featuring Members of Studio 4
Often referred to as the most charming musical ever written, She Loves Me tells the story of Georg and Amalia, two bickering co-workers who “meet” through a Lonely Hearts column and fall in love as anonymous pen pals.
Sound familiar? It should! She Loves Me was adapted into the classic
Jimmy Stewart-Margaret Sullivan film THE SHOP AROUND THE CORNER and more recently, YOU’VE GOT MAIL starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan.
This delightfully witty musical romance that has been captivating audiences since its award-winning Broadway premiere in 1963 is directed by distinguished alumna Gaye Taylor Upchurch.
Appropriate for the entire family!
Nov. 20-23 at 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 23 & 24 at 2 p.m.
The Gerald Freedman Theatre
UNCSA campus, 1533 South Main St., Winston-Salem
SPECIAL EVENT PRICING: $22 Regular / $20 Students
UNCSA Box Office: 336-721-1945
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Gaye Taylor Upchurch
Gaye Taylor Upchurch is a freelance director living in New York.
Off-Broadway: Simon Stephens’ Harper Regan with Mary McCann (Atlantic
Theater); Simon Stephens’ American premiere of Bluebird with Simon
Russell Beale (Atlantic Theater); Susan Mosakowski’s Escape (La Mama);
Patrick Huguenin’s Paper Dolls (NY Fringe; Outstanding Ensemble Award);
Naomi Iizuka’s Language of Angels (Lincoln Center Institute); Charles
Forbes’ minor gods (Summer Play Festival), others.
She has developed new
work at New Dramatists, NY Stage & Film, The Kennedy Center, Dixon
Place, The Playwright’s Center in Minneapolis, Lincoln Center Theater’s
Director’s Lab, and SPACE on Ryder Farm.
She worked with Sam Mendes as
Associate Director on the trans-Atlantic Bridge Project productions Cherry Orchard, Winter’s Tale, Tempest, and As You Like It (BAM/ Old Vic
and international tour to Hong Kong; Singapore; Paris; Madrid;
Epidavros, Greece, others).
She is an alumna of Wake Forest University,
UNC School of the Arts, Women’s Project Directors Lab, and The Drama