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This musical received multiple awards in 1960 and is recognized for its use of lyrical simplicity and lush romanticism in songs like "Camelot," "C'est Moi," "If Ever I Would Leave You," and "I Loved You Once in Silence." With a combination of humor, fearlessness, and romance, Camelot recounts the classic legend of the Knights of the Round Table during King Arthur's reign and the tragic love triangle between the noble King Arthur, the errant but lovely Queen Guenevere, and the trusted Sir Lancelot.
Don't miss the Broadway Theatre's adaptation of E.B. White's beloved children's story! Wilbur the pig often gets lonely on the Zuckerman farm, and he forms a most unlikely friendship. His best friend, Charlotte, is a gray spider who has big plans for making Wilbur a famous pig! The farm animals invite audiences to learn what makes Wilbur "some pig," "terrific," and of course, "humble."
This work of live children's theater calls fantasy and imagination to the stage with performances designed to educate, entertain, and inspire. It's best appreciated by children between three and nine years old. Using a mix of creative sets, music, and live actors, each one-hour performance is filled with audience participation that captivates children with its fun and original style.
The year is 1905. A young, single African American seamstress is supporting herself by creating exquisite lingerie for wealthy Manhattan clients. When a letter arrives from a stranger, it awakens a desire within her that leads to the love she yearned for, but is nothing like she expected. Jade King Carroll (The Piano Lesson) returns to McCarter to direct this tender, exquisitely-written historical romance from Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage (Ruined, Sweat). It is a deeply moving tale of one woman's discovery of her own empowerment and the true meaning of intimacy.
One of Shakespeare's most delightful and rowdy comedies! Looking to restore his riches, Sir John Falstaff conjures a plan to seduce the wives of two of Windsor's wealthiest men. However, Falstaff is no match for the cunning and trickery of Mistress Page and Mistress Ford—who quickly turn the tables.
Shakespeare's great comedy about marriage will be performed by only three actors (Nicole Lewis, Jason O'Connell, Zuzanna Szadkowski) in an exuberant feat of imagination, energy, and theatricality. Director Eric Tucker and actor Jason O'Connell are frequent collaborators; their work together includes last season's acclaimed off-Broadway production of A Midsummer Night's Dream and Sense and Sensibility for the New York-based company Bedlam, for which Tucker is artistic director.
So you think science is boring, eh? You won't after you visit Mr. Malcolm's laboratory. Watch as he and some of his strange friends perform some successful and not-so-successful experiments. Select members of the audience will even become lab assistants for this very unique and entertaining show!
Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express has thrilled mystery lovers from the page, the screen, and over the airwaves since its publication in 1934, and now the exotic Orient Express is about to go off the rails! With a locomotive full of suspects and an alibi for each one, it's the perfect mystery for infamous detective Hercule Poirot, n'est-ce pas? Wax your mustache and hold on to your passport — Tony Award-winning playwright Ken Ludwig and director Emily Mann take you on a thrilling ride aboard the legendary Orient Express!
McCarter audiences will be the first to experience this thrilling story live onstage. The cast features British stage and screen actor Allan Corduner as Detective Hercule Poirot, Veanne Cox as Princess Dragomiroff, Maboud Ebrahimzadeh as Michel, Julie Halston as Helen Hubbard, Susannah Hoffman as Mary Debenham, Alexandra Silber as Countess Andrenyi, Juha Sorola as Hector MacQueen, Samantha Steinmetz as Greta Ohlsson, Max von Essen as Samuel Ratchett and Col. Arburthnot, and Evan Zes as Monsieur Bouc.
The creative team features a quartet of Tony Award-winning designers: sets by Beowulf Boritt, costumes by William Ivey Long, lighting by Ken Billington, and sound by Darron L. West.
Peter and the Starcatcher is the grownup's prequel to Peter Pan. When Molly, a starcatcher-in-training, meets an orphan boy longing for a home, the two of them embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Audiences are whisked away on a breathtaking quest to answer the question "How did a boy named Peter become the boy who never grew up?" In this Tony Award-winning play with music, a dozen performers portray more than 100 outlandish characters!
A baker and his wife are preparing to have a child! But when the wife gets an unusual craving for the vegetables in a witch's garden, the baker gets caught stealing them. As punishment, the evil witch makes the couple surrender their child to her. The witch names the child Rapunzel and locks her away in a hidden tower where she cannot be found — or so she thinks! Who else knows the secret to rescuing Rapunzel? Come and find out!
Through the power of food, faith, laughter, and each other, eight women find a way to carry on life at home while their husbands are away at an unnamed war. Inspired by the heightened lyricism of playwright and poet Federico García Lorca, this new play shows there is always a way — even through the hardest of times — to set our love free. Playwright Tony Meneses made his Two River debut last season with Guadalupe in the Guest Room.