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.
Audrey follows the real life of Audrey Hepburn, a girl turned star turned icon.
U bA sidesplitting sendup of greed, love, revolution (and musicals!), in a time when water is worth its weight in gold.
The Oreo Complex is a multi-disciplinary solo performance which tells the story of OREO Girl, a black woman, navigating predominantly white institutions.
Gossip columnists Mr. and Mrs. Fitch don't need news, they create their own! A regional premiere of this wicked, urbane comedy by Douglas Carter Beane.
This riotous farce is a high tempo roller-coaster glittering with witty wordplay and giddy love affairs that will set your heart aflutter.
He earned his stripes on Broadway… now the ghost-with-the-most is coming to D.C.
A queer love story told by an amateur magician. Her energetic act attempts the impossible — to rescue her girlfriend.
The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum at Compass Rose Theater at Maryland Hall.
The World Goes Round brings together some of the greatest hits of John Kander & Fred Ebb that serve as a tribute to their careers.
Monty Python’s Spamalot features a chorus line of knights, men in tights, killer rabbits, and sexy dancing divas.
Playwright Matéi Visniec explores the themes of ethnic conflict and sexual violence as a weapon of war with a provocative voice and bold political humor.
Family feuds and supernatural secrets intertwine in this rollicking comedy
FALSETTOS: Music & Lyrics by William Finn Book by William Finn & James Lapine.
When Jessie confesses she plans to kill herself to her mother with her father’s old revolver, the two build a bond that changes their lives forever.
Dive into Cheryl L. West’s spirited, authentic and emotionally charged story about a charismatic music forerunner and the authentic roots of rock-and-roll.
A familiar and hilarious exploration of the expectations placed on women.
Luis Alfaro takes the chilling ancient Greek tale of Medea and re-imagines it in a Los Angeles Mexican-American immigrant community.
Muscogee leader Ella Jean Hill traces her family’s history from the Trail of Tears to her grandfather’s allotment in central Oklahoma.
Mina Melo travels to the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and wants to tell a story about how drought is threatening the community’s way of life.