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Director of Public Relations

by Jeanette Belle Saturday, Aug. 04, 2012 at 3:39 PM
jeanette@silenttearsmusical.com

Let your spirits soar with Loving the Silent Tears, a brilliant new musical coming to the prestigious Shrine Auditorium on Oct. 27. The star-studded company of Oscar/Grammy/Tony and Emmy winners take the audience on a spiritual journey in a quest for inner peace, travelling through the song and dance of 16 different countries. The lyrics for Loving the Silent Tears are based on the poetic works of Supreme Master Ching Hai, world renowned humanitarian, artist, and spiritual teacher. For a preview, please visit: http://youtu.be/hTCzfL6gUYQ (1.47 min)

August 2012 CONTACT: Lizbeth Path
Tel: +1 626-444-4424
lizbeth@silenttearsmusical.com

LOVING THE SILENT TEARS: A NEW MUSICAL
TO PREMIERE AT THE SHRINE IN L.A. THIS OCTOBER

Los Angeles, CA (August 2012) The red carpet premiere of Loving the Silent Tears: A New Musical is anticipated as one of the most star-studded, spectacular year-end events, to be held on October 27 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

The musical will star 2-time Grammy winning artist Jon Secada, Grammy winning icon Jody Watley, and Broadway stars: Tony winner Debbie Gravitte, Tony winner Kiril Kulish, and Tony winner Michael Maguire.

They will be joined by Grammy-winning reggae legends Black Uhuru, Grammy-nominated Persian artist Siavash Shams, Arab singer Camellia Abou-Odah, Italian tenor Mark Janicello, award-winning Israeli singer Liel Kolet, Irish soprano Katie McMahon, and award-winning Brazilian singer Fabiana Passoni.

The first of its kind in theatre history, Loving the Silent Tears will take the audience on a cultural journey across six continents and 16 countries, to tell a story about humanitys search for inner peace and happiness.

The show was inspired by a poetry anthology titled Silent Tears, written years ago by world-renowned spiritual teacher, humanitarian and artist Supreme Master Ching Hai.

Award-winning playwright Cynthia Ferrell noted, What interested me most in Loving the Silent Tears honestly was the poetry. The poetry is so beautiful and the message of the poetry, its so consistent throughout the piece and the nuances of it are gorgeous and its just so inspiring. It just makes you come to the project with a happy heart.

Eminent composers have come together to set Supreme Master Ching Hais soulful verses to music: 5-time Grammy winner & Oscar nominee Jorge Calandrelli, 2-time Oscar winner Al Kasha, Emmy winner Doug Katsaros, 2-time Grammy winner & Oscar nominee Henry Krieger, Tony and Emmy winner Don Pippin, Grammy winner Nan Schwartz, and Oscar and 2-time Grammy winner David Shire.

Composer Al Kasha stated, All these composers who are the best in the world and all of these singers who won Grammys and Tonys from Broadway were willing to work on this piece because they saw the spiritual nature of it. I think it will lift the audience up inspirationally, I really do.

Loving the Silent Tears will be directed by Tony nominee Vincent Paterson, Emmy-winning choreographer Bonnie Story, Emmy-winning set designer John Iacovelli, and award-winning costume designer Sharell Martin.

With a superb cast and creative team, beautiful poetry as lyrics, plus accompaniment by a 30-member dancing ensemble and a live orchestra, Loving the Silent Tears will be an unprecedented musical experience.

The evening will commemorate the 19th anniversary of Supreme Master Ching Hai Day honoring the values of philanthropy and peace. A pre-show art exhibition at the venue will feature Supreme Master Ching Hais uplifting creative works, with free admittance for all attendees.

There will also be a celebrity red carpet.

All media are welcome to attend. Live filming is welcome. Coverage will include: celebrity arrivals, limited performance footage, and the post-VIP vegan banquet.

Loving the Silent Tears on October 27 will be a one-time event that will inspire audiences of all backgrounds.

For more information, please visit: www.SilentTearsMusical.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/SilentTearsMusical
Twitter: www.twitter.com/lovesilenttears

LOVING THE SILENT TEARS
Saturday, October 27, 2012
3pm: Art Exhibit
4pm: Red Carpet Arrivals
5pm: Show

Shrine Auditorium
700 W. 32nd Street, Los Angeles, CA

Order tickets at Ticketmaster:
1-800-745-3000 www.ticketmaster.com

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