To May 5
The Legend of Georgia McBride
He’s young, he’s broke, his landlord’s knocking at the door, and he’s just found out his wife is going to have a baby. To make matters even more desperate, Casey is fired from his gig as an Elvis impersonator in a run-down, small-town Florida bar. When the bar owner brings in a B-level drag show to replace his act, Casey finds that he has a whole lot to learn about show business—and himself.
“Stitch-in-your-side funny…full of sass and good spirits.” —NY Times. “Lopez demonstrates a…stellar gift for amusing dialogue and farcical humor…highly entertaining.” —Hollywood Reporter.
“…[an] irresistible crowd-pleaser…Chasing buzzy themes of identity and transformation, GEORGIA MCBRIDE is by turns sweet and salty and deceptively deep…confirms [Lopez’s] status as a writer worth hearing from.” —NY Daily News.
“…a delightful, genderbending farce…a funny and often glorious tribute to the art of drag…Lopez delivers a strong message on tolerance for the entire spectrum of human sexuality, while creating a barrelful of fun in the process.” —Variety.
“[A] heartfelt, feel-good comedy…a spirited defense of drag as a form of cultural protest and a way of life.” —AM New York.
‘Content Advisory: This production contains strong adult language. We encourage you to use your judgment based on your child’s age and maturity level.’
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To Mar 3
Sport produces great human drama and there is no greater sports icon to bring to theatrical life than Hall of Fame football coach Vince Lombardi, unquestionably one of the most inspirational and quotable personalities of all time. Though football’s Super Bowl trophy is named for him, few know the real story of Lombardi the man—his inspirations, his passions and ability to drive people to achieve what they never thought possible.
“I know nothing about football, but LOMBARDI held my attention from start to finish. I thought of my brother, a regular guy from a small Missouri town. I’d take him without a moment’s hesitation. An extremely well-crafted piece of intelligent theater.” —Wall Street Journal.
“LOMBARDI is theatrical catnip for husbands and boyfriends otherwise reluctant to see most Broadway shows: Football! Vince Lombardi! The legendary Packers!” —Associated Press. “There’s enough flexibility in the text and performances that we see Lombardi as a tactical genius one minute and a screaming buffoon the next. His human flaws, alongside his talent, complete him…Lombardi is solid playing in every sense of the word.” —Time Out NY. “LOMBARDI scores!” —NY Daily News.
To Dec 23
Little Women The Musical
This all-new musical, based upon Louisa May Alcott’s beloved 19th century novel, vividly brings to life the March family of Concord, Massachusetts. In a time of war and sacrifice, Jo, Meg, Amy, and Beth, guided by their mother Marmee, grow from girls into women, through romance and courtship, illness and loss, loving and letting go.
To Oct 7
The Diary of Anne Frank
In this transcendently powerful new adaptation by Wendy Kesselman, Anne Frank emerges from history a living, lyrical, intensely gifted young girl, who confronts her rapidly changing life and the increasing horror of her time with astonishing honesty, wit, and determination. An impassioned drama about the lives of eight people hiding from the Nazis in a concealed storage attic, THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK captures the claustrophobic realities of their daily existence—their fear, their hope, their laughter, their grief. Each day of these two dark years, Anne’s voice shines through: “When I write I shake off all my cares. But I want to achieve more than that. I want to be useful and bring enjoyment to all people, even those I’ve never met. I want to go on living even after my death!” This is a new adaptation for a new generation.
“Undeniably moving. It shatters the heart. The evening never lets us forget the inhuman darkness waiting to claim its incandescently human heroine.” —The New York Times. “An extraordinary theatrical adventure! Go and remember.” —The New York Post. “…new DIARY is chillingly honest about the Holocaust. Wendy Kesselman’s work has restored the terror.” —The New York Daily News. “Wendy Kesselman’s finely textured new DIARY tells a deeper story. A sensitive, stirring and thoroughly engaging new adaptation.” —New York Newsday. “A powerful new version that moves the audience to gasp, then tears.” —Associated Press. “One of the year’s ten best.” —Time Magazine..
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