After her homage to Billy Joel with Movin' Out, choreographer Twyla Tharp has now turned her attention to another music legend Bob Dylan. Tharp’s new show The Times They Are A-Changing fashions a young man’s coming of age story, set to dance, around Dylan classics such as “Blowin’ in the Wind”, “Mr Tambourine Man” and the title song. Movin' Out was a Tony Award-winning success on Broadway, where it ran for three years, but it lasted less than two months in the West End earlier this year (See News, 9 May 2006). Could The Times They Are A-Changing prove more successful on this side of the Atlantic? Dylan, for one, is a fan. According to the singer-songwriter, “I have no talent for flattery whatsoever, but Twyla's artistry knocks me out. Her production of The Times They Are A-Changing is the best presentation of my songs I have ever seen or heard on any stage. It had a hold over me from start to finish." New York critics will have their say this autumn. Following its world premiere in San Diego, the new show opens at Broadway’s Brooks Atkinson Theater on 26 October 2006 (previews from 25 September).