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"To create something new, we must first love what is old." Set in San Francisco's Chinatown in the late fifties, Flower Drum Song is a funny and moving story which explores what it means to be an American and touches the history of every person whose forbearers once arrived as strangers to these shores. The new, fully revised version includes David Henry Hwang's Tony Award-nominated text. This co-production with Mu Performing Arts is directed by Randy Reyes.
Everyone has a wish: The Baker and his wife long for a child but cannot conceive, Jack desperately wishes his cow would once again provide milk so he would not have to sell her, and Cinderella dreams of attending the king's ball and being free of her cruel stepmother and step-sisters. When their tales intertwine and lead into the woods, dreams come true, but not without consequence, and the characters are forced to band together to save their world from destruction.
UCLA Delta Nu Sorority President, Elle Woods, decides to attend Harvard Law to win back her ex-boyfriend. She proves herself along the way.
Back by popular demand! This soulful play takes you back to early 1900s New York City— a creative melding of different cultures that created our distinctive "American Songbook." George Gershwin himself, joined by three stunning singers and a fantastic band, reveals the folk songs, blues, jazz, Yiddish theatre, cantor chants, and opera that fused into songs like "I Got Rhythm" and "Embraceable You." Created and written by Joseph Vass and directed by Peter Moore, this audience favorite features music and lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin with additional lyrics from Porgy and Bess by DuBose Heyward.
Inspired by George Seurat's famous painting, this dazzling musical by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine, two of the greatest musical theater artists of our time, merges past and present into a poignant and sophisticated exploration of what it takes, and what it costs, to be an artist. George is an obsessive painter who risks it all, including his relationship with his lover Dot, to complete his latest masterpiece. A century later, George's great-grandson is working as an artist in New York City. In search of inspiration, he soon discovers that the answer to his future is painted clearly in his past.