Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Directed by Nick Sugar.
In Berlin, during the 1930s, the sexy and decadent Kit Kat Klub hosted a cabaret full of colorful singers & dancers. An aspiring writer enters into the bohemian lifestyle of the Cabaret denizens, who appear unaware of the rise of the Nazi Party outside their doors, and how their lives would change forever. Musical numbers include “Willkommen,” “Maybe This Time,” “Money,” “Mein Herr,” “Two Ladies,” and “Cabaret.”
Songs by Hugh Martin & Ralph Blane. Directed by Bob Wells.
Based on the MGM film, Meet Me In St. Louis is a delightful portrait of a turn-of-the-century American family. This musical features songs, “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” and “The Trolley Song,” made famous by Judy Garland. Over the course of a year, this wholesome family experiences romance, opportunity, & heartbreak as they anticipate the 1904 World’s Fair.
Caution: Mature Content, Sexual References and Language
Book, Music & Lyrics by Dennis T. Giacino. Directed by Nick Sugar.
And they lived happily ever after. Well, not exactly. Snow White and her posse of princesses are here to set the record straight in this hilarious musical. Forget the princesses you know — these storybook heroines turn fairytales upside down in this clever, not-for-the-kids musical. Off Broadway Alliance nominations including “Outstanding Off-Broadway Musical” (Outer Critics Circle Awards) & “Best New Off-Broadway Musical.”
Caution: Mature Content and Language
Written by Neil Simon. Directed by Bob Wells.
Written by one of the greatest American playwrights, Barefoot in the Park follows a newlywed couple as they learn to live together in their first apartment. He’s a straight-as-an-arrow lawyer & she’s a free spirit always looking for the latest kick. Nominated for three Tony Awards in 1964, the 1967 film adaptation starred Jane Fonda & Robert Redford.
Conceived by Harold Thau. Orchestrations, Vocal Arrangements & Music by Jeff Waxman. Directed by Nick Sugar.
Almost Heaven weaves together fan-favorite songs by John Denver to create a uniquely theatrical narrative that reflects upon the country during the late ’60s and early ’70s. Twenty-nine of Denver’s songs — including “Rocky Mountain High,” “Sunshine on My Shoulders,” “Leaving on a Jet Plane,” and more — are rediscovered and reinvented in this gorgeous musical tribute.
Book & Lyrics: Howard Ashman. Music: Alan Menken. Film by: Roger Corman. Screenplay by Charles Griffith. Directed by Bob Wells.
A deviously delicious sci-fi horror musical, Little Shop follows a meek florist shop worker who discovers a new breed of plant. The foul-mouthed foliage promises fame and fortune as long as he keeps feeding it, BLOOD! Creative geniuses Ashman & Menken (Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Beauty and The Beast, and Aladdin) had their first collaborative Broadway hit with this tongue-in-cheek comedy.