August 28-September 22, 2019
Rock stars with big egos, and scantily clad groupies with big hair, party to the flashing lights and pounding sounds of Journey, Styx, Pat Benatar, REO Speed Wagon, Twisted Sister, Night Ranger, White Snake and many more. Rock of Ages is a raw and raucous story of the quest for fame, money and love intertwined with a power struggle from outside forces.
November 13-December 15, 2019
This magical romp will thrill children and adults alike with its catchy songs and high-energy dance numbers.
Matilda the Musical is the story of a precocious young girl who overcomes the obstacles of a totally dysfunctional family and a cruel headmistress, Miss Trunchbull. Armed with a vivid imagination and the gift of telekinesis Matilda boldly changes her destiny with the help of a loving teacher, Miss Honey. The musical is based on the children’s novel Matilda by Roald Dahl and was initially staged by the Royal Shakespeare Company before becoming a Broadway hit that won five Tony Awards.
January 15-February 2, 2020
It’s a tense opening night in the posh Manhattan apartment of wealthy Broadway producer Julia Budder. While the celebrity guests arrive downstairs, the hostess, playwright, director, lead actor, and friends gather upstairs and anxiously await the late-night reviews. The banter is hilarious as they boast about their theater experiences and engage in shameless, and often harsh, celebrity name dropping. The 2015 Broadway version starred Matthew Broderick, Nathan Lane, Megan Mullally and Stockard Channing.
April 15-May 3, 2020
A family crisis brings together the Weston family when alcoholic, world-class poet patriarch Beverly disappears. The family gathers to support matriarch Violet only to be lashed by her scathing “truth-telling.” No one escapes her biting criticisms and painful observations as deep, dark family secrets are revealed and relationships are forever changed.
June 17-July 12, 2020
Gypsy is the outrageous story of an ambitious stage mother who lives out her overwhelming desire for fame through her two daughters. She’ll stop at nothing until their names are in lights—even if on a burlesque marquee. This often funny and heartbreaking tale features magical music, including: “Let Me Entertain You,” “Some People,,” “Everything’s Coming Up Roses,” and “Together Wherever We Go.”