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Arts Around The World: April 2-8, 2018

By Claire Hammond

There’s so much to see around the world this week in live entertainment and theatre! Here are just a few options so mark your calendars and save the date

April 2-8, 2018

Budapest Spring Festival, Hungary, until April 22
The 38th Budapest Spring Festival awaits visitors with a program that involves many of the arts, with events in classical music, opera, jazz, world music, dance, contemporary circus, theatre and the visual arts. With the best Hungarian performers and international stars, the Budapest Spring Festival is a truly special occasion, presenting premieres and co-productions with partner institutions.

Flu Season, Los Angeles, USA, April 6 – 14
Set in a hospital and in a theatre, FLU SEASON by Will Eno, is a love story, questioning the difficulty of love, of being human, of making art.

Frozen, New York, USA, from March 22
Disney’s hit Oscar-winning film comes to Broadway! This full-length stage work includes new songs and story material from the film’s creators, including Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Robert Lopez and Jennifer Lee, and has proven a hit with critics and families alike.

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