The season includes new plays by Patricia Milton and Gary Graves, and Cristina García’s adaptation of her novel, ‘King of Cuba.’
The slate includes two new musicals and a sing-along twist on audience favorite ‘Lumberjacks in Love.’
The Texas company’s associate producer of four years steps into a top leadership role.
The longtime artistic director will step down at the end of the 2017-18 season after 18 years at the helm.
Tesori, who began the New York City Center program, joins Kauffman to program summer 2018.
The season will include works by Star Finch, Larissa FastHorse, and Andrew Saito.
The lineup features five productions, including the company’s first commission.
‘Pedro Pan’ is the recipient of the musical theatre festival’s award for new musicals.
The festival will feature 6 world premieres, including works by Leah Nanako Winkler, Susan Soon He Stanton, and Deborah Stein.
Melisa Annis and Corbin Went are the inaugural recipients of the commissioning prize.