Marking the Broadway debut of the incomparable Jerry Herman, Milk and Honey centers on the romance between two Americans in Israel — a lonely widow on tour and an unhappily married man visiting his daughter. Set against the backdrop of Israel’s struggle for recognition as an independent nation, Milk and Honey is a tale of love, optimism, and second chances. With his first Broadway score, Mr. Herman showed the promise of the wealth of hummable, memorable songs he would compose in the future. Milk and Honey has book by David Appel, music and lyrics by Mr. Herman, and will be directed by York Associate Artistic Director, Michael Unger. Performances are set to begin Saturday afternoon, January 28, 2017 for 10-performances only through February 5, 2017.