She Loves Me, the Musical that Inspired “You’ve Got Mail,” now playing at Signature Theatre
(This Community Post was written by Signature Theatre and underwritten by Embracing Arlington Arts.)
Come see the charming musical She Loves Me, playing at Signature Theatre! The production, directed by Signature’s Artistic Director Matthew Gardiner (RENT, A Chorus Line), features Ali Ewoldt (Broadway’s Phantom of the Opera) as Amalia Balash and Deven Kolluri (Bay Street Theater’s Camelot) as Georg Nowack. Performances run through April 24.
In She Loves Me, two salesclerks in a 1930s European perfumery spar endlessly while saving their sweetest words for an anonymous pen pal. Unbeknownst to them, however, their “dear friend” happens to be each other in a joyful, escapade perfect for ages 6 to 106. “She Loves Me is the effervescent and romantic story we so desperately need right now,” said Gardiner. “I look forward to audiences experiencing this perfectly crafted jewel of a musical in our intimate MAX Theatre. While the outside world can sometimes be bleak and cynical, a trip to days gone by with this wonderful company and thrilling orchestra is truly the best medicine for this moment.”
Signature Theatre is a Tony Award®-winning regional theater that broadens the region’s cultural landscape with its bold productions of challenging new and established works of musical theater and engaging education and outreach programs. Signature opens its doors to more than 100,000 people annually and has received 134 Helen Hayes Awards for excellence in professional theater.
Ticketing information is available at SigTheatre.org. Tickets are $40-$106; $25 Student tickets or Family Four Pack for $150!