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The Light in the Piazza is a musical drama by Adam Guettel (music and lyrics) and Craig Lucas (book). It opened on Broadway on April 18, 2005, after a month of previews. In mid-2006, the production embarked on a 50-week national tour.

The Light in the Piazza is based on Elizabeth Spencer's 1960 novella of the same name. It is a love story of a young American woman, Clara Johnson, who, while on holiday, falls for a young Italian man, Fabrizio Naccarelli. When Clara's mother Margaret learns of the affair, she opposes it for reasons that only gradually revealed to the audience. The musical is set in Florence and Rome in the summer of 1953.

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The Light in the Piazza's musical score, while owing much to the traditional Broadway sound, often veers into the territory of Neoromantic classical music and opera, with unexpected harmonic shifts and extended melodic structures, and lushly scored for piano, harp, guitar and strings, alongside a handful of wind and percussionists. The lyrics are unique in that many of them are in Italian and broken English, as many of the characters are only fluent in Italian.

Opening to mostly glowing reviews, The Light in the Piazza has become a favorite of New York's awards organizations. Along with the Tony Awards showing, it led the Outer Critics Circle Awards nominations with 11 nods, while the Drama Desk organization also nominated it in 11 categories. Originally scheduled to close on June 12, 2005, the show's run was extended four times. Its last performance on Broadway took place on July 2, 2006, after which it went on a national tour.