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A hugely popular stage and screen success, this ingeniously constructed play offers a rare and skillful blending of two priceless theatrical ingredients - gasp-inducing thrills and spontaneous laughter. We could tell you the plot, but then we would have to kill you.
Murder is most definitely afoot in Kander & Ebb’s murder-mystery-musical-comedy, Curtains. It’s Agatha Christie meets 42nd Street. It’s Inception meets Carousel. It’s from the guys who wrote two other popular “C” musicals, Cabaret and Chicago, so you know deep down in your heart- It. Must. Be. Amazing. Don’t Miss it!
Neil Simon’s hilarious and poignant depiction of his Depression era family living in New York, is narrated by fifteen year old Eugene, who is obsessed by fantasies of baseball and sex.
In a sprawling, jungle-like garden in New Orleans in 1936, the story of a dead poet, Sebastian Venable, blooms from the shadowy, conflicting accounts of his mother and his cousin.
Urinetown: The Musical is a timely skewering of runaway capitalism, reckless populism, and the human tendency toward acts of dangerous irresponsibility. But mostly, it’s about the dangers of staging a show with a terrible title.
Servant of Two Masters is a wild and silly farce of mistaken identities, long lost lovers, angry fathers, cross dressing badasses, and one very hungry servant. Combining both a classical understanding of the roots of commedia, but with a modern sense of humor, this production has one goal: Make with the funny.