Theatre In Houston. Theatre In Miami. Theatre In Minneapolis. Theatre In Philly. Theatre In Phoenix. Theatre In Portland. Theatre In San Diego. Theatre In San Francisco. Theatre In Seattle. About Us. Theatre In DC. Half-Price Theatre Ticket Deals. The Play That Goes Wrong. A Streetcar Named Desire. Other Half-Price Ticket Deals. Witness an astounding group of artists as they join forces in an unprecedented collaboration featuring two dance world premieres. Aleichem Sholom! The Wit and Wisdom of Sholom Aleichem. Catch Aleichem Sholom!
Based on the popular comic strip by Harold Gray, Annie became a worldwide phenomenon and won seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical. With the help of the other girls in the orphanage, Annie escapes to the big city. She finds a new home and family in billionaire Oliver Warbucks, his personal secretary, Grace Farrell, and a lovable mutt named Sandy. Annie is the perfect musical for a fun-filled family outing. Children under the age of 4 will not be admitted. At The Table.
Six friends head out of the city on their annual weekend retreat. When the liquor starts flowing and the tongues loosen, no conversation is uneventful and no topic is off-limits. In these polarizing times, what does it mean to come to the table and at what cost? Will it bring us together or reveal how far apart we really are? A world premiere of a new comedy by Peter Quilter. Shelley is creating a sexy romance set on a desert island, Damien is unleashing a bizarre and blackly comic tale of murder and mayhem, while Alex is staring at a blank page with no idea of how to even start.
As the novelists settle into their home, we see their three comical and compelling books suddenly come to life on stage. Backstage With Lady Day. See the solo show Billie! Bronco Billy-New Musical. That's right, it's ! Dames at Sea. Dames at sea! Will Ruby come back a star? Do you need to ask? Dana H. While Dana Higginbotham was a psych ward chaplain, Jim was a patient, an ex-convict who told her he was searching for redemption. From the Words and Writings of Dana H. Told in Dana's own words and reconstructed for the stage by her son, award-winning playwright Lucas Hnath A Doll's House, Part 2, The Christians , this innovative work of theater shatters the boundaries of the form and of our understanding of good and evil.
Daniel's Husband. Daniel and Mitchell are the perfect couple. When a life-altering event throws the couple into crisis, Mitchell must use the laws of his own heart to fight the rules of law. Defining Moments.
Four women writer-performers will perform their stories, excerpted from larger pieces. Karen A. Clark in The Women. In this encore excerpt and through music, poetry and storytelling, Ms. Barbara Cole in Surviving Chrysalis. One woman reconciles aging in her journey toward self-actualization in this funny excerpt. Bellina Logan in Confessions of a Mulatto Child. Amy Milano in Dancing with Crazies. In this excerpt from her life experiences, one woman searches for a place to call home after being uprooted from place to place as a child.
Dinner with Friends. Dinner With Friends is a play by Donald Margulies about two couples who have been best friends for years, and the husband and wife who have to re-evaluate their relationship when their closest friends decide to split up after 12 years. Disney's Beauty and The Beast. La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts. Experience the tale as old as time as you step into the enchanted world of the modern Broadway classic Disney's Beauty and the Beast. Let Lumiere light the way as you embark on this romantic adventure with Belle and her Beast.
You'll sing, you'll swoon, you'll shake a fist at the dastardly Gaston and Le Fou. Based on the Academy Award-winning animated feature, the stage version includes all of those unforgettable songs written by Alan Menken and the late Howard Ashman -- from the rousing "Be Our Guest" to the heartwarming title track -- along with new songs by Menken and Tim Rice.
Disney's The Little Mermaid. Albert comes back from the beyond to set the record straight and tell us the real history behind his scientific breakthrough. Told with humor and heart, Einstein! VIP tickets include a personalized badge, early entry, your choice of seating, a meet-and-greet with the star after the show and a personalized autographed program. The show is recommend for ages 10 and older. Elton: The Early Years. More than just a tribute show, Elton: The Early Years is a pitch-perfect look at the life of a musical legend.
Elvis ' An Enemy of the People. Stockmann, the patriarch of a multi-racial family and medical officer at a popular new tourist spa. Enerjoyce: Evolution of a Pisces Baby Boomer. Enerjoyce: Evolution of a Pisces Baby Boomer is a one-woman, multi-character, multi-media show. The premiere was a sold-out success at the largest solo theatre festival on the West Coast, Solofest The Whitefire Theatre is bringing Enerjoyce back for only three encore performances.
Set in , Famous takes audiences into a world ruled by sex, money and power taken at any cost. Just nominated for his first Oscar, Jason Mast is throwing a celebratory party at his Hollywood Hills home that serves as the backdrop for an intricate plan to confront his past, with the night unfolding at an adrenaline-rushed pace.
Flamenco Dinner Show. Los Angeles landmark El Cid celebrates gorgeous Spanish-style entertainment with a flamenco dinner show and concert. Every show is a unique and exciting display of one of the most elegant and integral parts of Spanish culture. Pushing the boundaries of street dance vocabulary, Funkedified challenges stereotypes and invites the audience to view hip-hop through a new lens.
This multimedia work celebrates the funk music and street dance of the s and is set against the landscape of a video montage of African American communities of that era. A live funk band pays homage to the music of such funk legends such as James Brown, George Clinton and Roger Troutman. Considered one of the pioneers of street dance theatre, alongside Princess Grace Kelly and Dr.
Julius Erving, Harris was voted one of the most influential people in the last one hundred years of Philadelphia history. A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder. Getting away with murder can be so much fun This Broadway hit tells the story of commoner Monty Navarro, who finds out he's heir to the family fortune and an earldom in the lofty D'Ysquith family.
Well, he would be the heir, if not for the eight relatives who come before him in the line of succession. Monty is a man with an abundance of ambition and a lack of moral fiber, so he tries to jump forward in the line of succession by eliminating all of the relatives who stand in his way. If that's not enough, he also has to juggle a mistress and a fiancee. The Gin Game. This production of Donald L. Good Boys. As a senior at St. He is handsome, athletic, smart, and a shining example of the perfect private school student, just like his father was. But when a disturbing videotape becomes the talk of the locker room, the comfortable lives of the Hardy family threatens to shatter.
Happy Days. With her husband increasingly out of reach and the earth itself threatening to swallow her whole, Winnie's buoyant optimism shields her from the harsh glare of the inevitable in this absurdly funny and boundlessly compassionate portrait of the human spirit. The Hatmaker's Wife. In Lauren Yee's comic fairy tale, inspired by the Jewish folktales of Sholem Aleichem, we are introduced to a young woman who moves in with her boyfriend expecting domestic bliss. Instead, she finds discomfort, displacement, and the realization that she needs more. In this witty yet deeply touching comedy, she finds assistance and guidance from the unlikeliest of sources - a wall in her new home.
As the wall shares with her the magical tale of an old hatmaker and his long-suffering wife, this sweet and surreal story bends time and space to redefine the idea of family, home, and true love itself. Henrik Ibsen's Hedda Gabler. Her desperate dissatisfaction leads to dangerous choices in this exhilarating contemporary adaptation by Doug Hughes, with direction by Debbie Devine.
See it at L. Theatre Works. After graduating from high school, Natalie gets a summer internship working for Jean, her elderly neighbor, on a special project: creating a DIY retirement home for Jean and her two best friends. Herland is a queer coming-of-age story about women growing up, growing old, and growing into themselves. Directed by and developed with Jessica Lynn Johnson, it is a musical memoir told with candor and insight into the life of an actress before women dared to speak up. Creative visuals and video projections add to the multimedia recounting of her experiences on the casting couches of LA.
I love you so much, Squeeze Me To Death. Highways Performance Space and Gallery. Chart your own path through an ever changing landscape. Engage with live performers. Effect sound and projection in real time. Become the object of affection. In February , audiences witnessed Broadway's first lesbian kiss at the English-language premiere of God of Vengeance, a play by Yiddish writer Sholem Asch.
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel How I Learned to Drive turned this true story into the acclaimed Broadway production Indecent, which won Tony awards for lighting design and for direction by Rebecca Taichman. This critically adored play at L. Don't miss this chance to experience Indecent's klezmer-inspired original score and find out why The New York Times called it "a superbly realized, remarkably powerful new play. Into the Woods. Invisible Tango. Mind-blowing illusions, impossible coincidences and entirely new perspectives will leave audiences wondering: Just how did he do it?
Elizabeth Rex. The Earl of Essex, Elizabeth I's favorite and her rumored lover, has been found guilty of treason and is scheduled to be executed in the morning. Seeking distraction, the troubled queen visits the stables where Shakespeare and his players are lodged for the night after a court performance of Much Ado About Nothing. Here she meets Ned, the man who plays Shakespeare's greatest leading ladies, and a force who might prove to be a greater danger to her than Essex ever was. As more than one life hangs in the balance before the dawn, Elizabeth wrestles with the duality of her nature.
Can she ever truly be a woman and rule England as a prince?
Must she always deny her emotions and her very essence to keep and protect her country? After a successful experiment in matchmaking, Emma Woodhouse is convinced she can do no wrong. So the high-spirited socialite inserts herself in the love lives of everyone around her, meddling despite their wishes, and leaves a tangle of heartbreak in her wake. To restore happiness to her fractured world, Emma must swallow her pride and learn to value the needs of others over her own desires. Navigate the blunders of the heart in this world premiere adaptation of the romantic comedy by Jane Austen.
Making his Lifeline playwriting debut, ensemble member Phil Timberlake joins ensemble member Elise Kauzlaric, director of 's Pride and Prejudice and 's Northanger Abbey Non-Equity Jeff nomination: Best Production-Musical , for a fresh, intimate look at this beloved Austen romp. For Services Rendered. Years ahead of its time, W. Somerset Maugham's landmark play shows the impact of war on civilian life and suggests that the ideals of honor, patriotism and glory mean nothing if we show no care for the victims of conflict.
Four Places. Deceptively simple in its structure and unfolding in real time, this emotionally precise play deploys its spare components to devastating and darkly comic effect. A brother and sister have gotten word from their elderly parents' caretaker that they may be a danger to each other.
The brother joins his sister and mother on their weekly lunch date, hoping that he and his sister can get a clearer picture of the situation. As the mother confronts the indignities of age and the children stare down a mounting list of losses and disappointments, a harrowing and true-to-life image of the family emerges. Ultimately, with unwavering clarity and sensitivity, Joel Drake Johnson explores the ways that familial love and knowledge create both hurt and comfort.
Metropolis Performing Arts Centre. Broadway's greatest farce promises to have audiences rolling in the aisles. This fast-paced, witty, and irreverent comedy is one of the funniest musicals ever written. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum skillfully combines timetested comedies of Roman playwright, Plautus, with the infectious energy of classic vaudeville. A nonstop laughfest in which crafty slave Pseudolus attempts to win the hand of the beautiful but slowwitted maiden, Philia, for his young master, Hero, in exchange for his own freedom.
The plot rapidly twists and turns with cases of mistaken identity, slamming doors, bawdy innuendos and hair-brained schemes. This unforgettable musical promises: "Something for everyone: a comedy tonight! Join Dorothy, Rose, Blanche, Sophia and their whacky friends and relatives for all new adventures - including the first-ever musical episode. Head Over Heels. A hilarious, exuberant celebration of love, HEAD OVER HEELS follows the escapades of a royal family on an outrageous journey to save their beloved kingdom from extinction - only to discover the key to their realm's survival lies within each of their own hearts.
Come thrill to Shakespeare's most rousing adventure. Join the brash Henry V as he invades France to prove himself worthy of the crown. Be a part of his forces as they find themselves facing an army ten times the size of their own at the Battle of Agincourt. Come experience the greatest of English battles You can bring your own lawnchairs or blankets or rent them when you arrive. Picnics are welcome! Hitler's Tasters. North Shore Center for the Performing Arts. Three times a day, every day, a group of young women had the opportunity to die for their country.
Including everything you need to know about anatomy, techniques for solo-pleasure, orgasms and sharing sexy solo play with a partner, this book will take you to new places in re -discovering your body. When you are waiting in between innings, or before the game, there are plenty of activities to keep the kids entertained. You may be surprised to learn that they shared very different inspiring stories to the mainstream narrative. Inside each Tegu block there is so much more than magnets, they pack the power to dream about that future. In high demand - travelers recommend booking ahead! Circus Cutie Consists of a 2-pc.
They were Adolph Hitler's food tasters. Based on true historical events, Hitler's Tasters is a dark comedy about the young women who were forced to be Adolph Hitler's food tasters. And what do girls discuss as they wait to see if they will live through another meal? Like all girls throughout time, they gossip and dream, they question and dance - they want to love, laugh and, above all, they want to survive. This culminated in the world premiere in and paved the way for the New York premiere in October , where it received wide critical acclaim.
Horse Girls. The Greenhouse Theater Center. Welcome to the dark and twisted world of Ashleigh Whitford, illustrious twelve-year-old leader of the Lady Jean Ladies, South Florida's most exclusive horse club. Something truly foul threatens the stables and stability of this tween cult, throwing the girls into crisis mode. An immersion into middle school deception and lies, Horse Girls infiltrates the world of pre-teens, their obsessions, their insecurities, their selfies and their desperate need to find a place in the world.
Naughty Little Cabaret proves that burlesque isn't just for women. Their roster of performers includes both male and female stars, all of whom take over the stage . Featuring everything from striptease to acrobatic fire dancing, the Naughty Little Cabaret is a sultry, variety-style revue boasting the best male and female.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Victor Hugo's epic tale of a captive bell-ringer and the woman he loves comes to the stage as a musical, featuring the Disney film's Academy Award-nominated score, plus new songs by masters of the form: Alan Menken Disney's Beauty and the Beast and Stephen Schwartz Wicked. Combining the best parts of both the book and the film, The Hunchback of Notre Dame follows the outcast Quasimodo as he grapples with society's cruelty and protects the lovely Esmeralda, the one woman who shows him kindness.
Get caught up in the historical, romantic magic when The Hunchback comes to Cahn Auditorium in Evanston. If I Forget. Victory Gardens Theater - Biograph. Each deeply invested in their own version of family history, the siblings clash over everything from Michael's controversial scholarly work to the mounting pressures of caring for an ailing parent.
As destructive secrets and long-held resentments bubble to the surface, the three negotiate-with biting humor and razor-sharp insight-how much of the past they're willing to sacrifice for a chance at a new beginning. If I Forget tells a powerful tale of a family and a culture at odds with itself.
The Killer. A conscientious citizen finds himself in a radiantly beautiful city.
There is only one problem in Utopia - it is marred by the presence of an unknown and relentless killer. This dark absurdist comedy is a study of pure evil and an indifferent society that allows it to flourish. La Havana Madrid. Back by popular demand, La Havana Madrid transports audiences back to a popular s Chicago nightclub of the same name, where Latino immigrants new to Chicago found refuge to gather, meet, sing, dance, dine, find love and discover their destinies.
Inspired by real stories of Cuban, Puerto Rican and Colombian immigrants, La Havana Madrid recreates a special time and place in Chicago history by immersing audiences in the lively music of that decade. Throughout, La Havana Madrid reveals how and why Latinos originally migrated to the shores of Lake Michigan, only to be pushed further west - away from the lake - by the forces of gentrification and racism. The Last Night in Heaven. When everything was illegal, everything was legal.
Come spend the last night in a queer night club at the end of the prohibition era. This screwball comedy aims to honor history and those that have come before us as queer artists. All characters based on real performers of the time. Late Nite Catechism. Late Nite Catechism is an uproariously funny play, written by Vicki Quade and Maripat Donovan, where the irrepressible Sister teaches class to a roomful of "students.
Naughty students may well find themselves on stage sitting in a corner reflecting their actions. Now in its 20th year in Chicago, Late Nite Catechism is a sharp satire, but never mean. Little Shop Of Horrors. Assistant at Mushnik's flower shop, orphan Seymour Krelborn is in search of an escape from his poverty-stricken life on an urban skid-row, and in love with his co-worker, Audrey.
After obtaining a mysterious carnivorous plant, whom he names Audrey II, he discovers that it survives only by blood, and it quickly blossoms into a fully-fledged local attraction that propels the flower shop to success. But as the shop's popularity grows, so does Audrey II's hunger for blood, along with Audrey's love for Seymour. Before long, Seymour discovers Audrey II's extra-terrestrial roots and her ultimate desire for world domination. The Magic Parlour. The Palmer House Hilton Hotel.
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. Within every man there is a monster; within every monster, a man. But which is which? An eerie evening of ghost stories crackles to life as Mary Shelley unspools her tale of Victor Frankenstein and his unholy experiment. This gothic tale of love, horror, and the power to create life-and destroy it-awakens in this visceral, original retelling of Frankenstein. Blakk For President. Meet Ms. Inspired by the true story of America's first black drag queen presidential candidate, Joan's story begins in Chicago; it's and, with the AIDS crisis at its height, Joan and the newly formed Queer Nation Chicago have big goals in mind.
Joan sets off on an exhilarating and dangerous journey to drag queer politics out of the closet and into a future where ALL are visible and ALL have a place at the table. Much Ado About Nothing. Benedick, a solider and confirmed bachelor, is thrown into a battle of wit and words with the acid-tongued Beatrice - and though they resist it, the magnetic attraction between them grows stronger with every argument. Meanwhile, Benedick's friend Claudio is head over heels for Hero, and they will soon be wed.
Everyone's world is shattered when Claudio, influenced by a scheming malcontent, levels a shocking accusation at Hero. Who is to be believed?
The Music Man. The charming con man plans to trick the good people of an Iowa town into buying instruments for a boys' band he has no intention of organizing, then marching off with their hard-earned cash. But there's trouble right there in River City when he becomes fond of the townspeople and falls for the lovely Marian the Librarian, even as she begins to see through his scheme.
Now and Then. Some romances are so grand that it takes six actors and 18 original songs to tell the full story of two people. The musical follows the relationship between one couple, Daniel and Greg, over a span of 40 years, revealing an epic love story that ranges from heart-wrenching to heartwarming. It's a poignant and powerful tale that perfectly captures the universal nature of love.
One Flea Spare. In a plague-ravaged 17th century London, a wealthy couple is about to be released from a four-week quarantine when a young girl and a sailor sneak into their home. The wealthy couple is re-quarantined in close quarters with these two "plague refugees" for 28 days. Tension, mistrust, and a clash of cultural, social, and sexual boundaries rise to the surface in this fiercely dark comedy by Naomi Wallace.
The One: The Matrix Parody Musical will combine hilarity and harmony to poke fun at everyone's favorite digitally dystopian '90s classic. Audiences will join Neo as he goes down the musical rabbit hole to learn his real purpose. Created by fans, for fans, the show centers around the events of the first film while paying tribute to all of the expanded universe. The two-act story with intermission features an original score, dance battles, pop songs and puppets, all in a D.
The River. On a moonless night in August when the sea trout are ready to run, a man brings his new girlfriend to the remote family cabin where he has come for fly-fishing since he was a boy. But she's not the only woman he has brought here-or indeed the last. Part thriller, part ghost story, this haunting play is a poignant tale of love, loss, and cycles of pain that we can't find a way to break out of.
Roast follows the friends and family of Sam, a talented young comedian who took his own life, as they fulfill his last request: to hold a roast of him instead of a traditional funeral. As each of the roasters has their turn on stage, they reflect on who Sam was, and what he meant to them. Throughout, the play asks an important question: when a loved one is lost, how does the world change in their absence?
Roast by Harry Wood explores the deeply intertwined worlds of comedy and tragedy, humor and grief. Saving the World. Featuring an original score and live music, and from the creative team behind Time Steps, comes a show with high-stakes drama, witty choreography and thundering rhythms about arrogance, demagogues and the end of the world. As a corporation begins to aid those hit by ever-increasing natural disasters, a collision between helping those who need it most and profiting mightily from them is looming.
Throughout the performance, tap dancers, with the aid of video projection, embody the natural disasters, including tornadoes and tsunamis. In SIX, the queens of Henry VIII take the mic to reclaim their identities out of the shadow of their infamous spouse-remixing five hundred years of historical heartbreak into an exuberant celebration of twenty-first-century girl power.
The all-woman cast, backed by an all-woman band known as the "Ladies in Waiting," traverses the spectrum of modern-day pop with a soundtrack that has stormed up the UK charts. Something Clean. Charlotte has been a mother for nineteen years, a wife for three decades and a respectable community member her entire life.
But when her son is incarcerated for sexual assault, Charlotte is forced to reckon with a brand new identity, both public and private. Desperate to find a way back to who she was, she seeks out work at a sexual assault crisis center and meets Joey, a volunteer coordinator and a survivor of assault himself, who allows her a glimpse of who she might be able to become. Can she find a new understanding of who she is? Or has someone else's crime defined her forever? Inspired by today's headlines, Selina Fillinger's breathtaking new drama follows one woman's struggle to make sense of her own grief, intimacy, culpability and consent.