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The forgotten story of Mozart’s genius sister.

“Imagine an eleven-year-old girl, performing the most difficult sonatas and concertos of the greatest composers, on the harpsichord or fortepiano, with precision, with incredible lightness, with impeccable taste. It was a source of wonder to many.”

– Augsburger Intelligenz, May 19, 1763

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Sylvia Milo about the play
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DRAMA  DESK and Off-Broadway Alliance nomination

Winner of 2 New York Innovative Awards:
Outstanding Solo Performance, Outstanding Original Music

Production history:

THE OTHER MOZART had a critically acclaimed Off-Broadway run at HERE in NYC in 2014 and has returned to NYC every year since, at the Players Theatre (also presented by All for One Festival at the Cherry Lane Theater).

The play was presented in Austria, in Salzburg, at the invitation of the Mozarteum Foundation – at the Mozart Wohnhaus (inside the Mozarts’ apartment) – and by the Mozarteum University, as part of the now annual Symposium on Nannerl Mozart, which the play inspired into creation. In Germany at the Pasinger Fabrik in Munich, and in Estonia, Tyrol and at the University of Toronto, Canada.

The play has toured extensively in the US, in theatres and at classical music festivals: in San Diego at the Mainly Mozart Festival (selling out the 1000-seat Balboa Theatre), in Houston, TX at MATCH, at the University of the South in Sewanee, TN, at the NC State University in Raleigh, NC, at the University of Pittsburgh Bradford in PA, the Tobin Center in San Antonio, TX, Kravis Center in Palm Beach, FL, in Charleston, New Orleans, in Alabama, New Mexico, Connecticut and more.

In September 2015 the play was presented at St. James Theater in London to critical acclaim and in October 2016 at the Mozarthaus Vienna – Wolfgang’s Viennese apartment now museum. The play continues touring internationally.