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Abby and Zack are a young and impetuous couple come to Paris in hopes of putting their troubled pasts behind them, but their carefree façade of American privilege and tranquility is quickly fraying about the edges. A simmering romantic thriller that evokes strains of classic Hitchcock, Belleville poses the question we all dread asking ourselves: what if the person sleeping beside me is not who they seem?
An epic two part adaptation of Shakespeare's Henry VI trilogy
Part 1: Throne of Treachery Part 2: Crusade of Chaos
From chaos springs opportunity. No one knows this better than the scheming noble families in the houses of York and Lancaster. The power struggle for the crown of England thunders onstage with an all-female ensemble. From battlefield betrayals to court deceptions, the collapse of a kingdom gets reimagined in this epic premiere adaptation. Parts 1 and 2 will run in repertory.
This delightful family-friendly favorite is back to spread holiday cheer! Charlie Brown is depressed by the never-ending commercialism surrounding the holidays. Thankfully, Linus is there to help him find the true meaning of Christmas in this musical adaptation of the cartoon classic.
Headstrong Ariel is no longer content to live on the ocean floor under her father, King Triton's rule. Convinced she'll only find happiness on land, she sets off to find a world where she belongs, battling a cruel sea witch and finding true love along the way. Based on the beloved 1989 animated film, this magical family treasure features a book by Doug Wright with music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Howard Ashman and Glenn Slater. All of the familiar Academy Award-winning hits including "Kiss the Girl," "Part of Your World," and the dazzling show stopper, "Under the Sea," are present in this fairytale production, in addition to new songs written for the stage.
This new dark comedy delves into the world of those who mold and mess with the American economy. Rick, a private equity firm CEO, creates a PR nightmare when he throws himself an extravagant engagement party after forcing massive layoffs. Seth, one of Rick's managing directors, tries to rectify the situation by pursuing a luggage company ready to be taken to the next level. But Jenny, Seth's counterpart at the firm, suggests a countermove that relies on leveling it. The game is on in Sarah Burgess' razor-sharp play about the price of success and the real cost of getting the deal done.
FIRST Saturdays all year: Join The EDGE for an ingeniously improvised evening of on-the-spot comedy, all from audience suggestions. For more than eighteen years, the troupe's riotous antics have inspired rave reviews from audience members.
When the firefighting team at Fire Station 7 discovers a frisky alley cat named Coco hiding in their truck, they waste no time in giving her the boot. But Coco's biggest dream is to be a fire cat, and she begs Jasper, Briggs, and Olive to let her stay. They finally allow her one shot at the job, and Coco is delighted. But being a fire cat turns out to be much harder than she thought. Still, Coco never gives up, determined to learn everything about fire safety, help in emergencies, and pass her exam.
This hilarious new musical comedy for all ages seamlessly integrates the seven rules of fire safety in a rock n' roll performance as educational as it is entertaining.
Every once in a while a musical comes along that surprises, moves and excites audiences in ways only a truly landmark musical can. One of the most remarkable productions ever to hit Broadway, Fun Home is the winner of five 2015 Tony Awards including Best Musical. Based on Alison Bechdel's best-selling graphic memoir, Fun Home features music by Jeanine Tesori, book and lyrics by Lisa Kron and direction by Sam Gold, whose work on this production earned them the Tony Awards for Best Score, Best Book and Best Direction. The musical made Broadway history as the first show written only by women to ever win Best Musical. Lisa Kron and Jeanine Tesori also became the first female writing team to win Best Score.
Seattle Rep's Bagley Wright Theatre transforms into a wild dance party, where techno beats spin and tell the story of the People's Power Revolution that inspired the world and changed the Philippines forever. Here Lies Love traces the non-violent restoration of democracy in the Philippines in 1986 and follows the meteoric rise and dramatic fall of the controversial First Lady of the Philippines, Imelda Marcos. Two-time Tony-nominated director Alex Timbers helms David Byrne (Talking Heads) and Fatboy Slim's one-of-a-kind "poperetta" about the Filipina "Steel Butterfly" and the power of the people.
From the coast of Ireland comes the spellbinding tale of two siblings and a white horse called Tir Na n'Og. Ally and Fin are children of Travelers living with their Pa, when the mysterious, otherworldly horse comes to them from the sea, filling their lives (and tiny flat) with happiness . . . and trouble. Soon police are at the door to take Tir Na n'Og away, but not even the law can keep these children from their magnificent horse. Fearless as cowboys, Ally and Fin escape into the west in this lively, suspenseful drama about love, loss and bravery, where they learn that the greatest journeys in life take us beyond all imagination and into our hearts.
"The Queen is dead, long live The King!" After a lifetime of waiting, Prince Charles finally ascends to the throne, flanked by wife Camilla, sons William and Harry, and daughter-in-law Kate. The Prime Minister proposes legislation designed to restrict the freedom of the press, which the newly crowned sovereign opposes, subverting the understood rules of British democracy. Written in blank verse, this smash Broadway and West End hit and the 2015 Olivier Award winner for Best New Play presents a modern take on the future of the British Royal Family.
SCT proudly presents C.S. Lewis' magical, timeless classic from his Chronicles of Narnia series, and one of our most beloved productions of all time. When Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy Pevensie arrive at the English countryside during the Second World War, they discover an enchanted wardrobe that spirits them away to the land of Narnia, where they find talking animals, mythical creatures, grand adventure, and a great quest awaiting them. No one is prepared, however, for a shocking betrayal that leads to one of the greatest battles of Good and Evil in children's literature.
Journey into the wonderful world of English panto! We bring you a fresh production – brimming full of new songs, old jokes, ridiculous routines, and oodles of fun for the whole family. Somewhere mixed up in all this is the beloved story of the beautiful young girl, a red hood, Granny, and a Wolf!
Theatrical magic and fairy antics share billing in this valentine to the stage. It's a fantastical tale of love gone kerflooey. Headliners and Divas trod the boards with Top Bananas and Hoofers. Four lovers cross spotlights with squabbling supernaturals and a bumbling rube creating backstage comic chaos. The fairy Puck sorts it out before the act gets the hook, leaving us with a show stopper that brings down the house.
Everyone is a suspect in Murder for Two—a drop-dead funny musical murder mystery with a twist: One actor investigates the crime; the other plays all the suspects—and they both play the piano! A zany blend of classic musical comedy and madcap mystery, this ninety-minute whodunit is a highly theatrical duet loaded with killer laughs. Called "ingenious" by The New York Times, Murder for Two is the perfect blend of murder, music and mayhem. Murder for Two has a book by Kellen Blair and Joe Kinosian with music by Joe Kinosian and lyrics by Kellen Blair.
In this Golden Age of Broadway hit making its 5th Avenue debut, a labor furor over a 7 ½ cent pay raise at a pajama plant complicates the course of true love for Sid Sorokin, the new factory superintendent, and Babe Williams, the feisty firebrand heading the Union Grievance Committee. The show that defined Fosse style with seductive dance numbers like "Steam Heat" and "Hernando's Hideaway," this critically acclaimed musical won three Tony Awards including Best Choreography and Best Musical when it opened in 1954. The brassy, jazzy score includes the timeless hits "Hey There" and "There Once Was a Man" performed by a sensational Seattle cast. The Pajama Game features a book by George Abbott and Richard Bissell with music and lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross, and is based on the popular novel 7 ½ Cents by Richard Bissell.
Based on the 1997 cult hit film, this bubbly '90s confection features a book by Robin Schiff who penned the screenplay, with music and lyrics by Gwendolyn Sanford and Brandon Jay. Romy and Michele are two inseparable best friends whose relationship is put to the test when they invent fake careers to impress people at their 10-year class reunion. Regularly featured in media roundups of the top tales of female friendships including Cosmopolitan, Indiewire, Popsugar, Bustle and more, the story of Romy & Michele is, like, totally the coolest thing since the invention of Post-its®. This will be the 18th new musical that The 5th has produced over the past 16 years.
Based on the beloved novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett, The Secret Garden follows recently orphaned 10-year-old Mary Lennox, a young girl who is sent to live with her estranged uncle on the Yorkshire moors. When she discovers the key to her deceased aunt's secret garden, Mary unearths a renewed sense of spirit for herself and her sickly cousin, bringing the weary estate and its occupants back to exuberant life with the full force of spring.
Daisy Eagan, who won the 1991 Tony for Best Featured Actress in a Musical for her portrayal of Mary Lennox, making her the youngest actress ever to win the award, stars as Martha in this production, opposite Anya Rothman in the role Eagan originated.
With book and lyrics by Pulitzer Prize winner Marsha Norman and music by Lucy Simon, this captivating show will mesmerize audiences of all ages and transport you to a world where beauty and love blossom, and a forgotten seed of life can still flourish.
In an abandoned lot in inner-city Cleveland, nine-year-old Kim plants a few lima beans from which astonishing social reform grows. A chain reaction of responses to the fledgling garden in this immigrant neighborhood brings unexpected results. With each person motivated to add to and nurture the garden, the world transforms—crime is thwarted, tolerance, generosity and friendship are spread. Those few small beans develop into a powerful force of change.
Based on the popular book of the same title, this one-woman show will plant wonder in your heart, as a reminder that we're capable of making the world a better place, and an inspiration to do so.
In a deeply divided country where red and blue are miles apart, the actors of Theatre9/12 present a play celebrating the connection of all human souls and the duality of existence. John Guare's multi-award winning play—nominated for a Pulitzer Prize—Six Degrees of Separation is about a wealthy Manhattan couple who are visited upon by a bloodied college student who turns out to be Sidney Poitier's son—or is he?
Oh, the magic of a snowy day! Follow Peter and his friends as they romp and play, starting snow ball fights and making snow angels in this imaginative ode to childhood joys and the challenges of growing up. Packed with humor and fun, this production uses wonderfully innovative shadow puppetry and live action to celebrate Keats' treasured characters.
An adaptation of Whistle for Willie, Goggles!, A Letter to Amy, and groundbreaking Caldecott Winner The Snowy Day, this uplifting story collection encourage us to play and live life to the fullest each day.
On the first Friday of every month Annex Theatre presents a late evening of unusual performance called Spin the Bottle, in which performers of every description present short works that range from the unusual to the simply indescribable.
Audiences of all shapes and sizes are entertained monthly by Annex Theatre's late-night variety show, Spin the Bottle!
Curated by Catherine Blake Smith, Spin the Bottle – featuring theater, music, dance, spoken word, film, and whatever else we can find – has appeared on the first Friday of every month since Sept 12, 1997.
Nocturnal adventure awaits in Stellaluna, a luminous adaptation from the internationally-renowned artists at Speeltheater Holland, of the beautiful picture-book classic about a baby fruit bat. When Stellaluna is separated from Mother Bat in the forest, she is adopted by a family of birds who teach her their boisterous, baby bird ways. Young audiences will delight in the music, artistic puppetry, and dance, empathizing with Stellaluna as she swoops and crashes through the forest trying to be just like her feathered friends.
In an unbelievably bold move, Ebenezer Scrooge has charged Jacob Marley and the Christmas Spirits with trespassing, kidnapping, assault and battery: certain proof that he's reverted to his old disagreeable self. Can the goodness and grace of Christmas survive? Full of laughter and goodwill, this is a delightful twist on Dickens' classic tale.
It's 1975. Saigon has fallen; the war's ending; and two hot, young Vietnamese immigrants flee to the United States to pursue their dreams. American English and the refugee camps kinda suck, but the wild, action-packed road trip they take across the USofA totally rocks. This new (and, OK, somewhat made-up) story about playwright Qui Nguyen's parents is not a story about war. It's a story about falling in love.
Why do some people stay sick while others become well? And where do we find the road to recovery? Lisa Kron, the multi-talented humorist, performer, playwright, and Tony Award-winning writer and lyricist behind the recent Broadway hit Fun Home, takes us on a surprising and complicated journey exploring these questions in this acclaimed comedy—which is not about her mom.
The legendary Woody Guthrie defined an American era of social consciousness and political expression with songs such as "This Land is Your Land" and "The Ballad of Tom Joad." This musical portrait, featuring Woody's stirring ballads and joyous anthems, celebrates the colorful life and rich musical legacy of America's great folk troubadour. Along with a multitalented cast of performers/musicians, virtuoso David Lutken reprises his award-winning role as "the original folk hero."