Milk and Honey tells the story of a group of American widows who are visiting Israel. As they explore the country, a friendship blossoms between Ruth, one of the tourists, and a local named Phil. Against the backdrop of their budding relationship, the musical explores themes of love, identity, and cross-cultural connections.
Musical Type: Post-Golden Age (1961)
Cast Size: 25+
Genre: Romantic Dramedy
Setting: 1960s / Israel
Music/Lyrics: Jerry Herman
Book: Don Appell
Licensing: Concord Theatricals➝
Sheet Music: Musicnotes➝
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