Production History Archive
This production history database is comprised of Helen Hayes Award-eligible productions since late 2011.
We recognize the incomplete nature of the data including the decades of history preceding it. Please use this form to report errors or incomplete information.
Marga performs her by turns funny, intense, and heart-rending memoir of growing up brown and queer in Washington Heights.
The imaginative Mr. Popper and his wife turn his talented penguins into a must-see traveling vaudeville act full of song, dance, and expert puppetry.
The first of 1st Stage’s Commissions of Solo Work to premiere at the Logan Festival.
In this award-winning musical one-man show Keith tells the story of his meteoric rise in the boardroom, and the startling news that changed his life forever.
A fierce, fresh comedy about frying your way to glory, celebrating who you are, and being crowned the new Hot Wing King of Memphis.
From the creator of RENT (Jonathan Larson) this semi-autobiographical musical follows a musical theatre composer who worries he's pursuing the wrong career.
The stakes are higher than ever in this dynamic stage musical, as SpongeBob and all of Bikini Bottom face the total annihilation of their undersea world.
The Black Georgetown Cemeteries Project – a new music-theatre work in collaboration with Mt. Zion Church, Dumbarton United Methodist Church, and Mt. Zion–...
This year’s Festival in Georgetown is streamlined and smaller – 31 productions, 6 stages, 4 performance venues and one official festival bar.
Dr. Wonderful and her dog, Newton, want to know why the moon changes shape every night, so off to space they go!
This summer, Dr. Theodora Morris cordially invites you to tour the R2 Labs where she and her colleagues are hard at work developing a chemical compound that may...
The Classic Musical Performed in American Sign Language and English
"Red Velvet" celebrates pioneering Shakespearean actor Ira Aldridge, who triumphed in his art despite a tempest of social injustice.
A brand-new original musical about thirteen real-life daredevils who took the plunge and went over Niagara Falls.
Daniel, a video game wizard and aspiring Lutheran pastor, is falling for Christian.
Young Will Shakespeare has writer’s block… the deadline for his new play is fast approaching but he’s in desperate need of inspiration.
Inspired by Alice Walker's poem Revolutionary Petunias, “From the Mississippi Delta” is the inspirational story of Playwright Endesha Ida Mae Holland, PhD.
Identity, belonging and antique furniture intersect as a family grapples with living in a country they no longer recognize in Keith Powell's new play.
The Groundbreaking Documentary Play