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Every once in a while a show comes along that surprises, moves, and excites audiences in ways only a landmark musical can. Enter Fun Home. It introduces us to Alison, the protagonist, at three different ages as she explores and unravels the mysteries of her childhood.
A musical about seeing your parents through grown-up eyes, Fun Home won five Tony Awards in 2015, including Best Musical. Based on Alison Bechdel's best-selling graphic memoir, it features music by Jeanine Tesori, a book and lyrics by Lisa Kron, and direction by Sam Gold. Their work for this production earned them, respectively, Tony Awards for Best Score, Best Book, and Best Direction. The show even made Broadway history as the first Best Musical winner written only by women. As if that weren't enough, Tesori and Kron 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.
Based on Louisa May Alcott's novel Little Women, this musical follows the adventures of sisters Jo, Meg, Beth, and Amy March. Jo is trying to sell her stories for publication, but the publishers are not interested. Her friend Professor Bhaer tells her that she has to do better and write more from herself. Grudgingly taking this advice, Jo weaves together the story of herself and her sisters and their experience growing up in Civil War America. Little Women: The Musical brings to life Alcott's tale of personal discovery, heartache, hope, and everlasting love.
Everyone is a suspect in Murder for Two — a drop-dead funny murder mystery. Naturally, there's a twist: One actor investigates the crime, the other plays the suspects, and they both play the piano. This show blends murder, mayhem, and musical comedy. Its music is by Joe Kinosian, the lyrics are by Kellen Blair, and the book is by both of them.
Things are getting steamy at the Sleep-Tite Pajama factory, where handsome new superintendent Sid Sorokin is falling hard for Babe Williams, the feisty firebrand heading the union grievance committee. But sparks really fly when the workers go on strike for a 7½-cent pay raise, setting off not only a conflict between management and labor but a battle of the sexes. The show that defined Bob Fosse's style with seductive dance numbers such as "Steam Heat" and "Hernando's Hideaway," this acclaimed musical won three Tony Awards, including Best Choreography and Best Musical. The swinging score by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross includes the hits "Hey There" and "There Once Was a Man."
Based on the 1997 movie, Romy and Michele's High School Reunion is a musical about two of the quirkiest and most endearing best friends in pop culture. Romy and Michele are inseparable friends whose relationship is put to the test when they invent fake careers to impress people at the 10-year reunion of their high school class. Regularly featured in media roundups of the top tales of female friendship conducted by Cosmopolitan, Indiewire, Popsugar, and more, the story of Romy and Michele is, like, totally the coolest thing since Post-its.
The stage incarnation of Romy and Michele includes an all-new score inspired by '80s and '90s pop-rock. The music and lyrics were written by Gwendolyn Sanford and Brandon Jay. The book is by Robin Schiff, who penned the screenplay that started it all.
Based on the beloved novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett, The Secret Garden follows recently orphaned 10-year-old Mary Lennox, a young girl 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.