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Music by
    Richard Rogers       Directed by   Alan Muraoka
Lyrics by     Oscar Hammerstein II       Choreography by   Darren Lee
Book by
    Oscar Hammerstein II and Joshua Logan       Music Direction by   Kristen Rosenfeld
Adapted from the Pulitzer
Prize-winning novel
    Tales of the South Pacific by James A. Michener            

 

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With songs like "Some Enchanted Evening," "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair," and "Bali Ha’i," South Pacific is one of the most beloved of American musicals. Set on a remote Pacific island during World War II, South Pacific gave us the unforgettable love story between nurse Nellie Forbush and French expatriate Emile de Becque, a love threatened by war, as well as the dark corners of Nellie’s soul. Rodgers and Hammerstein’s 1950 Pulitzer Prize-winner was ahead of its time with its unflinching look at racism and prejudice that maintains its relevance today.

Featuring Jessica Lauren Ball (Guys and Dolls) as Nellie Forbush




 

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A comedy by
    James Graham
Directed by    

Leora Morris

 

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The winner of the 2018 Olivier Award for Best New Comedy is a delightfully clever mashup of  the political gamesmanship of The West Wing with a war of the sexes that feels straight out of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing. Set in a member of Parliament’s district office, this wildly witty comedy is about the ups and downs of left-wing British politics over the past twenty-five years. Unfolding over decades, this wickedly funny clash of values and class reflects a shifting political landscape in the heartland that echoes similar developments in America as progressives seek the road back to power. Playwright James Graham is one of the U.K.’s hottest playwrights who recently had three separate works (including Labour of Love) running concurrently on the West End.

“a rom-com pol-com that is knockabout funny and politically incisive” - The Times of London




 

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Book by     Enda Walsh
Music and Lyrics by     Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová
Based on the motion picture written and directed by
    John Carney
Music Direction by     Christopher Youstra
Directed and Choreographed by    

Marcia Milgrom Dodge

 

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This Tony-winning gem of a musical took Broadway by storm with its romantic folk-rock ballads and an ensemble that plays its own instruments. Set in contemporary Dublin, a street guitarist is about to give up on his dreams when he meets a curious woman who wants to know all about him. Captivated by her optimism, the two embark on a remarkable music-making journey that includes a cadre of unlikely companions -- immigrants, oddballs, and lonely hearts. Along the way, can the two of them find love? Based on the 2006 film which won an Oscar® for Best Original Song, Once ponders the mysteries of music and love.

Starring Greg Maheu and Malinda Reese.




 

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Book by     Thomas Meehan and Bob Martin
Music by     Matthew Sklar
Lyrics by     Chad Beguelin
Based on the New Line Cinema film by
    David Berenbaum
Music Direction by     Angie Benson
Choreography by    

Tara Jeanne Vallee

Directed by    

Michael Bobbitt

 

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Based on the hit Will Ferrell movie, Elf has quickly entered the pantheon of holiday classics, and for good reason. This warm-hearted family musical tells the story of Buddy, a human accidentally transported to the North Pole as a baby who grows up believing himself to be an elf, despite his large size and sub-par toy-making. Upon learning the truth from Santa, Buddy journeys to New York to find his father and help the jaded city folk rediscover the wonder and joy of the Christmas season.

Featuring Patricia Hurley (Mary Poppins), Kevin McAllister (Annie), Nova Y. Payton (Godspell), David Schlumpf, and Bobby Smith (On The Town)

“A bona fide treat!” - The New York Post




 

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By     Ella Hickson
Directed by    

Tracy Bridgen

 

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This “scorchingly ambitious,” (The Guardian), genre-busting American premiere follows mothers and daughters over two centuries, from the dawn of the age of oil in 1889 to its “peak-oil” demise sometime in the not-too-distant future. In five separate but connected playlets, a single mother named May defies the odds to provide for her daughter Amy by any means necessary. From Cornwall to Tehran, London, Baghdad, and back, the mother-daughter power struggle evolves and shifts, even as the resources that fuel it (and the rest of the world) begin to dwindle. This American premiere is bursting with theatricality and big ideas about feminism, imperialism and environmentalism from another leading playwright wowing audiences in the U.K.
Featuring Maboud Ebrahimzadeh (The Invisible Hand), Chris Genebach (The Crucible), and Megan Graves (Little Foxes at Arena Stage)

“An audacious piece of writing… a huge, ambitious study of co-dependency: mother and daughter, man and machine, east and west, Britain and empire.” - Time Out London




 

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