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.
The uplifting Tony, Grammy and Olivier Award-winning hit by superstar Cyndi Lauper lands on the Olney Theatre Mainstage in spike heels and ready to strut.
A heartfelt and poignant look at four grieving individuals who understand that personal connection, though messy, may be their best path to healing.
An exhilarating, fearless new musical based on Alanis Morissette’s world-changing music.
Through clowning, movement, and music, three performers will transform everyday objects into something extraordinary.
When triplets are abandoned in the forest by their father, they each must decide their path. A modern fairytale for all ages.
The world premiere of The Storehouse by Joanna Castle Miller about fugitive slave Harriet Jacobs's relentless efforts to tell her own story.
Like in all fairy tales, this has two people who are meant to fall in love... and they do!
Mary Winn Heider brings her uproarious book to musical life in this world premiere Kennedy Center commission.
Direct from Broadway, Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s Tony Award–winning triumph is coming to the Kennedy Center with its Broadway stars to boot.
Critics and audiences alike went wild for SOMETHING ROTTEN, an outrageous musical farce that received several Best Musical nominations.
Murder, fraud, and a nosy neighbor add up to laughs in this noir parody.
This fascinating, transatlantic mystery spans the 20th century, interweaving three stories and 21 characters, played by an ensemble of four actors.
It’s 2008 in Karaj, Iran and four adult students are learning English -- the key to getting a green card, admission to medical school, or family reunification.
Not flashy, not simple. Present and true. An always there kind of love…
When Forbes Magazine declares Kylie Jenner a “self-made” billionaire, Cleo takes to Twitter to call out white women who co-opt and profit from Black culture.
Part comedy, part tragedy and wholly unexpected, this wildly imaginative story delivers surprises at every turn.
Written by Helen Hayes Award winning actress and writer of last season’s critically acclaimed Girls of Madison Street.
"[A play] about kinship and allegiance: the messy, painful, tenacious bonds of family, and what you owe to your nation if it looks at you and sees the enemy."
A single cake forces two couples to re-examine their beliefs about themselves and each other.