A number of news outlets have published previews of The Cleveland Orchestra and Cleveland Play House's upcoming world-premiere collaboration—led by Associate Conductor Brett Mitchell—including mention on The Plain Dealer's (Cleveland) list of "5 events not to miss this week":
While half the Cleveland Orchestra plays Mozart and Haydn this week, the other half will be performing Britten and John Adams in "The Good Peaches," a brand-new play with music by Quiara Alegría Hudes. In this third collaboration with Cleveland Play House, the orchestra will depict a storm and internal stress while the actors offer up a story of survival and self-discovery.
To read the complete list, please click here. Please also visit the following previews:
- The Plain Dealer: "'The Good Peaches' headlines Cleveland theater openings for the week of April 11"
- The News-Herald: "Cleveland Play House, Cleveland Orchestra get together for ‘Good Peaches’"
- Cleveland Scene: "Ten Classical Music Events Not to Miss This Week"
- Crain's Cleveland Business: "Ten new things to do in Cleveland through April 21"