Trip of love


It was a time when innocence was lost, love and war were at odds and people were born to be wild, a time that gave rise to the some of the most unbelievable movements in history-and now the most unforgettable new musical to hit New York in years.

In one evening, you’ll experience it all over again in TRIP OF LOVE, the all-new all-song-and-dance show about a young girl’s journey down the rabbit hole and up to an ultimate musical high. While the songs of the 60s and cast of 23 paint the story, Tony Award®


winners Robin Wagner (The ProducersDreamgirls) and Gregg Barnes (Something Rotten!, Kinky BootsAladdin) bring it all together with sets and costumes inspired by the psychedelic style and fashion of the era.

So turn on, tune in and drop by Stage 42 (formerly “The Little Shubert Theatre”) for your one-way ticket back: TRIP OF LOVE. Take it and you may never want to return to reality again.


“White Rabbit,” “Wipe Out,” “These Boots Are Made for Walkin’,” “Where Have All the Flowers Gone,” “Moon River,”  “Blowin’ in the Wind,” “Born to Be Wild,” “Venus,” “California Dreamin’,” “Downtown,” AND MORE.

The Show

The Summer of Love lives on this fall


TRIP OF LOVE is an exhilarating new musical revue overflowing with energy and power.  This visual spectacle brings back the days of the Follies with lavish sets and costumes to create a magical kaleidoscope fantasy. The thrilling sounds of our live band and singers make you feel like…

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Follow an unsuspecting young girl as she is seduced into a mysterious world that catapults her into an amazing adventure through the sixties as she searches for love.  Trip of Love takes us on a nostalgic journey through one of the most eventful eras of our time with a fresh…

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Song List

“White Rabbit,” “Wipe Out,” “These Boots Are Made for Walkin’,” “Where Have All the Flowers Gone,” “Moon River,”  “Blowin’ in the Wind,” “Born to Be Wild,” “Venus,” “California Dreamin’,” “Downtown,” AND MORE.

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James Walski

Classically trained: Joffrey, American Ballet Theatre and assisting Agnes DeMille. Broadway/National tours: American Dance Machine, 42nd Street, On Your Toes, Cats, Starlight Express, Saturday Night Fever (Resident Choreographer). Associate Director/Choreographer National tour, Las Vegas & German productions of Starlight Express. Restaged Balanchine ballets for On Your Toes in London. Trip of Love marks his New York debut as Director/ Choreographer. Many thanks to Mak for all of his encouragement

Robin Wagner
Scenic Design Consultant

Wagner has been creating his own magic onstage for nearly a half century. In his 46 years on Broadway, he has received nine Tony nominations and three Tony Awards — for The Producers in 2001, City of Angels in 1990 and On the Twentieth Century in 1978.

His many other Broadway credits include A Chorus Line (both the original and the current revival); The Boy From Oz; the recent revival of Kiss Me, KateSide ShowAngels in AmericaJelly’s Last JamCrazy for YouJerome Robbins’ BroadwayDreamgirlsMack & MabelPromises, PromisesThe Great White Hope42nd Street; and Hair.

Gregg Barnes
Costume Designer

Broadway: Something Rotten (2015 Tony nomination), Aladdin, Kinky Boots (2013 Tony nomination), Follies (2012 Tony Award, Drama Desk), Elf, Legally Blonde (2007 Tony nomination), The Drowsy Chaperone (2006 Tony Award, Drama Desk), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Flower Drum Song (2003 Tony nomination), Side Show. New York: Sinatra (Radio City), The Wizard of Oz, Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Pageant (Blue Angel and London’s West End- Olivier Nomination). TDF Young Master Award.

Martyn Axe
Musical Supervisor/Orchestrator

Martyn has been a musical director/composer for over 20 years. Past credits include Broadway: Tarzan, Saturday Night Fever (and West End). Productions worldwide include Cats, Starlight Express, Nine to Five, Mamma Mia, Dirty Dancing. As a composer, Martyn writes in his studio for dance companies as well as TV and film. Love and thanks to Mom and C.C.


““Trip of Love” Dreamy, Sweet, Shimmering, Sexy Ode to the ’60s”

-Stephenholtshow’s Blog

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“Off-Broadway is rocking some seriously fun nostalgia courtesy of Trip of Love, the gloriously retro musical revue”


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“TRIP OF LOVE captures the mood of the 1960s”

-Washington Square News

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“Hearing the ’60s playlist evolve drove home the societal revolution of that time in a visceral way.”

– tdf STAGES

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“an exciting night of dance-concert-theater”


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“Trip of Love” is fun, entertaining, almost perfectly and professionally executed, and has an incredibly talented cast of singers and dancers with irrepressible talent and energy”

– Theatre Reviews Limited

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“Trip of Love is a fun ride that will leave you smiling and dancing in your seat”


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“one of the most elaborate shows to ever land on an Off-Broadway stage”


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