We’re all familiar with the sunglass-wearing, eternally timeless, American Vogue Editor-In-Chief, Anna Wintour. The producer of the famed Met Gala is known for being hard to win over with her strong and spirited opinions. We, the public, rarely get a glimmer of her true personality outside of the Vogue-produced video series in which she takes part.
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My very first celebrity biomusical returns for its FIVE YEAR anniversary this September for New York Fashion Week. Tickets on sale NOW only to my followers! Use code WINTOUR5 for discount through July 7. In addition to Miranda Noelle Wilson as Anna’s assistant, I am proud to announce that a new character will join this show for the very first time. Molly Pope will play Anna’s longtime colleague Grace Coddington. Two performances only – Sept 4 and 5 at 9:45 at Feinstein’s/54 Below. SWIPE LEFT FOR THE REALNESS! Link to tickets in bio. New York City…Anna will see you now. #theannawintourmusical
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Thanks to comedian and performer, Ryan Raftery, we get a hilarious and entirely fictional look into the life of the woman behind the sunglasses in his off-broadway show, “The Anna Wintour Musical”. The show is returning to Feinsteins/54 Below in September five years after it’s debut and will feature a new duet featuring former Vogue Creative Director, Grace Coddington as the perpetually pajama-wearing bestie.
Dive into into Ryan Raftery’s rabbit hole of comedy starting with a hilarious Met Gala review as Anna Wintour and if you’re in NYC, head to the show!