The theatre’s 2015–16 seasons spans three stages with a variety of musicals and dramas. World premieres include a new John Denver revue and Joanna Murray-Smith’s ‘American Song.’
Artistic director Charles McMahon contributes a new work about the iconic author. Also on the roster are plays by Naomi Iizuka, Anna Ziegler and Glen Berger.
Hershey Felder, Ayad Akhtar and Stephen Schwartz are some of the names on tap for the theatre’s new season.
Among a group of new plays, imports and revivals, the D.C. theatre’s next season includes two shows set amid its hometown political scene.
The Silicon Valley company, known for shepherding new musicals, will also bring back its singing ‘Emma’ in a season that also includes plays by Margulies and Auburn.
The 2014–15 season at the NYC theatre will feature a drag queen, an abducted teen and a little magical realism.
The South Florida theatre’s 12th season will include ‘The Mousetrap,’ ‘Will Rogers Follies,’ ‘Kiss Me, Kate,’ ‘Frost/Nixon’ and ‘Billy Elliot.’
The New York City theatre’s new season includes two world premiere plays, plus new works by Lucas Hnath, Taylor Mac, Jordan Harrison and Danai Gurira.
New plays by Steven Yockey and Kirsten Greenidge, plus a new ‘Snow Queen’ musical, are slated for the Massachusetts theatre.
The Texas theatre’s new season has a little bit of picking, a little bit of grinning, and plays about immigration, isolation, dreams and visions.