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This beautiful masterpiece The Light in the Piazza, originally written by Elizabeth Spencer, is now back in theaters for audiences everywhere to become a part of the show. In becoming a part of the magic of Piazza on stage as an audience member, you feel like you are there with the characters in Florence and Rome, as the lighting and scenery for Piazza are enough of reason in themselves to experience this feeling of a dream like a stage production.
The tale itself of The Light in the Piazza is adorable and captivating as well. It starts out introducing the main characters as we see Margaret, a young mother from the States, and her beautiful 26-year-old daughter Clara, who was kicked in the head by a pony when she was younger and since has visible but quirky mental disabilities. Along with Margaret's husband Roy, the family is on their way to visit Italy, where the couple once honeymooned so much time lost love years ago. Coming back to Italy it isn't soon before the love bug bites a 20-year-old Fabrizio, son to haberdasher Signor Naccarelli, from being smitten by Clara in the unfolding of Piazza.
It isn't long into the budding romance of Clara and Fabrizio in Piazza, which the Naccarelli's fall in love with her as well. Then comes talks of a wedding, which doesn't hit Margaret or her husband Roy too well. They then go on to try and end this idea before it goes too far, knowing that with Clara's conditions, it will become nothing but bad news.
Throughout the entirety of The Light in the Piazza, the musical overtures, duets, and all the choreography that intertwines adds all that much more magic and even opera feel to the beautiful piece. "Let's Walk," performed by Signor and Margaret is a real treat for the audience in the second act.
Each and every actor that takes the stages of Piazza takes it with grace and embodiment of each character to a tee and leaves the audience even more so overwhelmed and a part of this play in the way Broadway should. The Light in the Piazza is a stage hit and a piece of history that every theater connoisseur should hope to experience.