Riverwind

Riverwind
At an inn far from the nustle of bustling metropolises, three couples fall in love all over again.

 

Three generations of restless souls search for contentment at a summer cabin retreat in the intimate, poignant musical about love in the face of life, Riverwind. Upon its opening, the New York Times exclaimed "Riverwind comes to life when it breaks into song!". Also described as ideal for audiences that "have a zest for life" and "have ever been in love", this moving portrait of love strikes a chord in everyone's heart.

At Riverwind, a tranquil inn on the banks of Indiana's Wabash River, three couples find their love lives on the rocks. Young Johnny is pining for Jenny, the proprietress's daughter. Fred and Louise are hoping to rekindle the fire two decades of marriage has extinguished. Virginia and Burt's relationship is at a crossroads that could "altar" the futures they have planned for themselves. But never fear! Lovers always leave Riverwind with passions and desires ablaze!

One of the most successful Off-Broadway shows of the 1960's, Riverwind has the potential to be an instant hit at theatres all across the country. Its themes of love and relationships make it relatable to audiences young and old alike. Given the piece's setting, Riverwind would be a wonderful choice for theatres in the Midwest. Three generations of restless souls search for contentment at a summer cabin retreat in this intimate, poignant musical about love in the face of life.

 

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