All the jazz of the Roaring Twenties in one grand production
Love, Linda is a stellar performance that brings together acclaimed jazz from vocalist Stevie Holland into the theatrical story about the famed Southern belle, Linda Lee Thomas. Thomas was the wife of Cole Porter, a wildly talented songwriter who went on to become one of the most popular Broadway composers. Despite Porter being gay, the two were married for 35 years. Tony Award-winner Richard Maltby Jr. directs this intimate look into a fascinating duo. Best available orchestra seating allocated by the venue on arrival.
"Jazz-cabaret singer Stevie Holland plays the gay Broadway composer Cole Porter’s wife, Linda, in a beard-stroking tribute (cowritten with Gary William Friedman and illustrated with Porter’s witty songs) to an unusual marriage arrangement."