The Grand Tour follows the story of Jacobowsky, a Polish-Jewish refugee, and his companionship with Colonel Stjerbinsky and Marianne. Fleeing the turmoil of World War II, this unlikely trio navigates through Europe, encountering various challenges and misadventures along the way. As they travel together in a dilapidated car, their differences and prejudices are tested, ultimately leading to a transformative journey of friendship and understanding. The Grand Tour explores themes of tolerance and unity, while reminding us of the power of empathy in times of adversity.
Musical Type: Pre-Contemporary (1978)
Cast Size: 25+
Genre: Romantic Dramedy
Music/Lyrics: Jerry Herman
Book: Michael Stewart, Mark Bramble
Licensing: Concord Theatricals➝
Sheet Music: Musicnotes➝
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