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The timeless tale of Anne Shirley comes to life onstage. When Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert decide to adopt a boy to help run their farm on Prince Edward Island, the orphanage mistakenly sends them a young red-haired girl. Bright, talkative and extremely imaginative, Anne quickly wins them over and life in their close-knit farming village will never be the same. Her adventures are endless as she makes new friends and rivals, tries to dye her hair black and mistakes wine for raspberry cordial. It's a musical story of family, home and irrepressible spirit fit for the whole family.
The New York Times calls it "the best musical of the century." The Washington Post says, "It is the kind of evening that restores your faith in musicals." And Entertainment Weekly says, "Grade A: the funniest musical of all time." Jimmy Fallon of The Tonight Show calls it "Genius. Brilliant. Phenomenal." It's The Book of Mormon, the nine-time Tony Award-winning Best Musical. Contains explicit language.
From her home outside Dayton, Ohio, bestselling author Erma Bombeck gave a hilarious voice to ordinary suburban housewives everywhere, using humor to tell the reality of her life and theirs. At Wit's End chronicles Bombeck's fascinating story, beginning in 1964 with the launch of her groundbreaking newspaper column through her emergence as America's favorite mother, with top billing on kitchen refrigerators from coast to coast. Filled with Bombeck's own wit and wisdom, this new play paints a warm and funny portrait of the woman who dared to ask, "If life is a bowl of cherries, what am I doing in the pits?"
One of the most beloved television families of the 1980s takes to the stage. Almost thirty years have passed and Alex P. Keaton, now running for Congress, returns to his parents' Columbus home with his sisters, Mallory and Jennifer, who are parents of their own. Gathered together once again, they relive some of the most important moments from their childhood - the growing pains, heartbreaks and reconciliations - with fondness and appreciation for simpler times that defined a generation.
The Academy Award-winning romantic comedy Shakespeare in Love comes to the stage, complete with sword fights, secret trysts, and backstage drama. Young playwright Will Shakespeare is short on inspiration until he encounters the beguiling Viola, and their star-crossed love inspires a masterpiece. Filled with action-packed adventure, fiery romance, and wit, get ready to fall head over heels for Cleveland Play House artistic director Laura Kepley's lush, lavish, and lusty production that celebrates the power of live theatre.
Adapted for the stage by Lee Hall; based on the screenplay by Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard.
Something Dada formed in October of 1994, taking it's name from the Dada art movement of the early 1900's. The movement's manifesto proclaimed "All thought is produced in the mouth". Since it's beginnings, Something Dada has challenged the concepts of theater and comedy to present a furiously paced "in your face" comedy experience that is structured completely on audience suggestions.
Being based on audience suggestions, every show is completely different. With their eclectic menagerie of improvisational structures, songs, theater games and audience interaction, Something Dada presents an outrageous extravaganza that is fast, flexible and frighteningly funny.