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Blues in the Night, a scorching, Tony-nominated musical, captures the soul of the blues. Featuring twenty-six hot and torchy numbers that tell of the sweet, sexy and sorrowful experiences three women have with the lying, cheating snake of a man who does them wrong, it will leave you energized, inspired, and ready to wail! The interweaving stories are defined through glorious songs from Bessie Smith to Duke Ellington, Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen, Jimmy Cox, Ida Cox and more.
Join us as we present the largest musical in Round House's history! Set in the heat of the Civil Rights Movement, the Tony-nominated Caroline, Or Change follows a black maid working for a middle-class Jewish family in Louisiana. When a small amount of money goes missing, buried tensions threaten to rip two families—and the struggling Caroline—apart. Loosely based on Kushner's provocative and personal story, Caroline features a virtuosic score from Jeanine Tesori (Tony Award for Best Original Score for Fun Home) that blends blues, gospel, and traditional Jewish melodies into a magical, show-stopping musical masterpiece.
Dazzling lights, swinging songs and a bad boy to melt your heart—see why Carousel was named the best musical of the 20th century by Time magazine. When Billy Bigelow and Julie Jordan fall in love, little do they realize that his rebellious ways will lead to tragedy. Given a chance to make good, will a lucky star save Billy and those he loves? Director Molly Smith reunites with both Nicholas Rodriguez and E. Faye Butler for the first time since 2011's Oklahoma! in this epic production bursting with classic songs like "June Is Bustin' Out all Over" and "You'll Never Walk Alone."
The 2015 Helen Hayes Award winner for Outstanding Emerging Theatre Company, Flying V, presents this theatrical exploration of the music of cult singer-songwriter Jonathan Coulton. Coulton is known for his clever, engaging and humorous songs that capture slice-of-life moments in high-concept situations — from zombie co-workers to lonely sea monsters. Using dance, movement/physical theatre and new arrangements with a live band, Flying V is staging a collection of Coulton's songs and exploring what it means to be human in an oversized world of possibility.
When an overworked mother and her teenage daughter magically swap bodies, they have just one day to put things right again before mom's big wedding. Freaky Friday, a new musical comedy based on the celebrated novel by Mary Rodgers and hit Disney films, is a hilarious, contemporary update of an American classic in which a mother and daughter really see what it is to be a family and experience first-hand each other's lives, if only for a day.
The icon. His traitor. The most famous story ever told. Experience Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's stunning Tony Award-winning rock opera in a sleek, modern, environmental production.
From the creative team behind the critically-acclaimed The Turn of the Screw and Monsters of the Villa Diodati! During the run of a legendary Broadway performer's comeback one-woman show, the performances take unexpected turns as she tries to tell the story of her star-studded life in the theater. She frequently forgets anecdotes that she was supposed to tell, or makes up entirely new ones. Her stage manager and director try to come to her aid, but the insidious signs of Alzheimer's disease are becoming apparent. Brimming with humor and pathos, this heart-warming Bold New Work twists and turns its way through the shadows of memory.A "Bold New Works" World Premiere Musical
Celebrate the holidays with your family at one of the most beloved tales of all time! It's 1910 and Mr. Banks is advertising for a stern nanny for his two wayward children… but fortunately for the family, Mary Poppins comes along, and teaches them all – especially Mr. Banks – some valuable lessons in what family really means. From the magical "Chim Chim Cher-ee" to the delightful "Supercallifragalisticexpealidocious", you'll delight to the story of a wizardly, wise nanny, two delightful (if a little crazy) children, and the family she teaches how to love each other.
Set in a frozen little town in the middle of continental nowhere, Midwestern Gothic paints a vivid portrait of a young woman, Stina, who is desperate to escape her everyday surroundings. Stina's wild and twisted imagination drives her to create more and more bizarre diversions that suddenly take a perverse turn toward a surprising end.
Mrs. Miller can't sing—but don't tell her that. Based on the real life story of Elva Miller, this touching and funny portrait offers Monk the role of a lifetime as the devoted, warbling songstress whose operatic, off-key singing became an unlikely pop phenomenon in the 1960s. Take a delectable romp through hits like "Downtown," "Monday Monday," "A Hard Day's Night" and more. Simply irresistible, when Mrs. Miller does her thing, it's so bad—it's good
When a great African king desires a wife, only the most perfect maidens in the land are invited to meet him. Mufaro's pride and joy, his two daughters of very different dispositions, embark on the long journey to be presented to the king. Along the way, they encounter a number of mysterious situations that unknowingly test their courage, kindness and strength of spirit. Combining authentic African drumming, powerful choreography and thrilling original music, the splendor of Zimbabwe and the African continent comes to life in this musical adaptation of the award-winning, "Cinderella" tale! Ages 5+
One of the most romantic scores of all time, featuring standards like "I Could Have Danced All Night" and "The Street Where You Live", takes on new life in an intimate reimagining of the Tony-winning classic My Fair Lady. Flower-seller Eliza Doolittle wages a romantic battle with uppercrust Henry Higgins, with surprising results in this production by Alan Souza, whose Camelot the Chicago Tribune called "genuinely revisionist… fascinating and fresh."
Born into a life of poverty and a bleak future in the workhouse, young orphan Oliver journeys to London seeking a better life, but unwittingly falls in with the city's criminal element. Told through the lens of a contemporary graphic novel, the Learning Theater Ensemble revisits our 2012 original adaptation of this classic Dickens tale, shedding new light on a story that has captured the imaginations and pierced the hearts of audiences for over two centuries.
Get hooked by an hilarious evening of madcap fun! An apprentice starcatcher and a young orphan boy find themselves on a life-changing adventure when they are charged with protecting magical starstuff from fearsome pirates. Winner of 5 Tony Awards, this swashbuckling prequel to Peter Pan is rich in humor, magic, and touching sincerity. Enjoy the clever wit of Dave Barry along with mysterious mermaids, angry islanders, and of course, a giant crocodile.
Based on E.L. Doctorow's celebrated novel, this epic Tony-winning musical depicts three families striving for the American dream at the turn of the 20th century. As the country balances on the cusp of social change, the lives of a wealthy white family, a daring Harlem musician and a determined Jewish immigrant intersect—and their fates are inextricably bound and profoundly changed. With an expansive musical score, striking relevancy and a who's who of 20th-century historical characters, Ragtime confronts both the unbridled optimism and the stark reality of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Peter Flynn (1776, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee) directs an all-star D.C. cast including Kevin McAllister, Tracy Lynn Olivera, Nova Y. Payton and Jonathan Atkinson.
This sexy cult classic will make you shiver with antici…pation. It's time to break out your fishnets and join MET for some campy humorous fun! Squeaky clean couple Brad and Janet have some car trouble and are forced to seek refuge in the gothic castle of the transvestite mad scientist Dr. Frank-N-Furter. Upon their arrival, Frank-N-Furter and his kooky staff of Transylvanians open up the couple's minds in ways they never imagined. The musical's rock'n'roll score includes hits such as "Time Warp," "Sweet Transvestite," "Dammit Janet," and "Toucha Toucha Toucha Touch Me."
Outer Critics Circle and Drama desk winner, Ruthless! the musical, is a campy cult favorite. The beautiful and talented 8-year-old Tina Denmark will do anything to play the lead in the school play.... anything! Ruthless! famously spoofs Broadway musicals such as Gypsy and Mame, as well as classic films like Bad Seed and All About Eve. Ruthless! is a hilarious romp through the world of Broadway, child acting, parenthood, and unbridled ambition.
When 10-year-old Mary Lennox loses her parents to a cholera epidemic in the British Raj of India, she travels to England to stay with Archibald Craven, her remote and morose uncle, still grieving the death of his wife ten years ago. Terrified of every nook and cranny of the haunted Craven Manor on the Yorkshire Moors, Mary seeks refuge in her late aunt's mysterious walled garden, where she discovers amazing secrets.
After 15 years in exile, the barber Sweeney Todd returns to Victorian London seeking revenge against the evil Judge Turpin who separated him from his wife and child. Falling in league with the twisted and hilarious Mrs. Lovett – a restauranteur with a shortage of ingredients for her meat pies – Sweeney embarks on a deliciously chilling rampage to right the wrongs of so many years ago.
In this stunning, 360-degree production, Artistic Director Eric Schaeffer plunges you into the middle of the glamour, chaos, heroism and, ultimately, in the spirit of the most infamous ship of all time. With a lush, unforgettable score and a cast, orchestra and crew of more than 50 artists, Titanic will be the theatrical event of the season!
After a five-year hiatus, Open Circle bursts back onto the scene with this challenging piece based on the beloved rock opera of the 70's. Tommy uses driving rock rhythms (and a live band) to explore the story of a young boy traumatized by a violent act as he struggles through different stages of his recovery. With the show's most recognizable song, Pinball Wizard stating, "This deaf, dumb and blind kid sure plays a mean Pinball,"
Queenie and Burrs set out to throw the party to end all parties. Each intent on driving the other wild with jealousy, the night escalates into a deadly game of oneupmanship. With a jazz-steeped score by the Tony and Grammy Award-nominated Andrew Lippa (The Addams Family, Big Fish), this firecracker of a musical holds nothing back.