As You Like It
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Elfin Vogel
In this ever-popular tale of romance and trickery Silvius loves Phebe, Phebe loves Ganymede, Ganymede loves Orlando, Orlando loves Rosalind—such is the stuff of romantic entanglement in this lush and lusty comedy.
Book by Joe Masteroff
Based on the play by John Van Druten
By Christopher Isherwood
Music and Lyrics by Kander and Ebb
Directed by Julia “Cookie” Ewing
Musical Direction by Tony Lee Garner
The political, satirical, and ironic style of the cabaret provides the perfect form for this penetrating view of Germany on the brink of historic disaster. A classic of the American musical stage, Cabaret is a must for those who have never seen it, a treat for those who know it well.
Translated and adapted by Edward Bond
From the work by Frank Wedekind
Directed by Frank Bradley
One of the major playwrights of modern German theatre confronts the destructive effects of hypocritical adult morality on the sexual lives of young people. This 1891 expressionistic tragedy was banned from the stage until 1906 and created the first of many scandals in Wedekind’s short but brilliant career.
Book and Lyrics by Tom Jones
Music by Harvey Schmidt
Directed by Terry Scott
Musical Direction by Kym Baum
What makes this the longest running musical in the world? A beautiful score, moving lyrics, and a story in which we all recognize a bit of what we once were and what we will always be.
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