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Winner of the Tony "Triple Crown" — Best Musical, Best Score, and Best Book — Avenue Q: School Edition is part flesh, part felt, and packed with heart. The laugh-out-loud musical tells the timeless story of a recent college grad named Princeton who moves into a shabby New York apartment all the way out on Avenue Q. He soon discovers that, although the residents seem nice, it's clear that this is not your ordinary neighborhood. Princeton and his newfound friends struggle to find jobs, dates, and their ever-elusive purpose in life. Avenue Q authors created a Student Edition, maintaining the dramatic (and comedic) intention & integrity of the piece while making it more appropriate for younger audiences and performers. Joining the cast will be a full puppet ensemble!
See the knock-'em-dead hit show that's earned unanimous raves and won the 2014 Tony Award for Best Musical — A Gentleman's Guide To Love & Murder! It tells the story of Monty, an heir to a family fortune who sets out to jump the line of succession by — you guessed it — eliminating the eight relatives (all played by one fearless man) who stand in his way. All the while, Monty has to juggle his mistress, his fiancée, and the constant threat of landing behind bars! Of course, it will all be worth it if he can slay his way to his inheritance…and be done in time for tea.
Please note: Gentleman's Guide is not recommended for those with large fortunes and distant heirs or for children under age 10.
A satire of big business and all it holds sacred, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying follows the rise of J. Pierrepont Finch, who uses a little handbook to climb the corporate ladder. With songs by Frank Loesser, this comic gem won both the Tony Award for Best Musical and a Pulitzer Prize. The exhilarating score includes "I Believe in You," "Brotherhood of Man," and "The Company Way."
By the author of Driving Miss Daisy, this Tony Award-winning play once again explores the lives of Jews in the American South. It is December of 1939. Gone With the Wind is having its world premiere, and Hitler is invading Poland, but Atlanta's upper-crust Freitag family is much more concerned with who is going to Ballyhoo, Atlanta's Jewish cotillion and the social event of the season. The ensuing comedy proves both hilarious and thought-provoking as it touches on themes of assimilation, anti-Semitism, and change.
Hilarious and heartwarming, this unconventional new comedy tackles love, loss, and coming to terms with growing old. After hooking up at a funeral, Angus and Abigail find themselves waking up the next morning wrapped in sheets on his sofa. Strangers just the day before, Abigail thinks she may finally be ready to take another chance on love, but Angus has a few issues to work through first. Enter neighbor Ollie, formerly a baseball player for the Detroit Tigers who now enjoys golf and yoga. Nothing is as it seems with this trio, and every disclosure reveals a new perspective. Set in a Florida retirement community, this charming and big-hearted comedy takes audiences on an unexpected journey toward a new lease on life.
In the overwhelming quiet of the woods, six runaways from city life embark on a silent retreat. As these strangers confront internal demons both profound and absurd, their vows of silence collide with the achingly human need to connect. Filled with awkward humor, this strange and compassionate new play asks how we address life's biggest questions when words fail us.
Steve Martin brings his comic genius and sophisticated literary style to Carl Sternheim's classic 1910 farce. Theobald Maske has an unusual problem: His wife's underpants won't stay on. One Sunday morning, they fall to her ankles right in the middle of town — a public scandal! Mortified, Theo swears to keep her at home until she can find some less unruly undies. Amid this chaos, he's trying to rent a room in their flat. The prospective lodgers have some underlying surprises of their own.