Production History Archive
This production history database is Helen Hayes Award-eligible productions since late 2011.
A sweeping musical romance of desire and sacrifice based on the best-selling novel.
The world premiere adaptation of Jason Reynolds' acclaimed young adult novel. Best enjoyed by ages 8+.
SWEAT tells the story of a group of friends who have spent their lives sharing drinks, secrets, and laughs while working together on the factory floor.
One Moment Now is a brand new table-top audio-theatre experience, now making its North American premiere with Solas Nua
It’s 2008 and a father-daughter duo are heading to Phnom Penh; she to prosecute a notorious Cambodian war criminal, he 30 years after escaping then-Communist...
Terry Snyder's Beauty and the Beast guides our audience through a sweet retelling of the original Beauty and the Beast tale.
A hilarious musical comedy featuring Buffett's hit songs : Fins, Cheeseburger in Paradise and Volcano!
Round House Theatre and Olney Theatre Center combine forces for an epic co-production of the award-winning musical Fela!
Fun Home is the Tony Award-winning story of a daughter and father, of coming out and coming to terms with a life shaped by a family’s secrets.
Called “the funniest play Broadway has ever seen”, this classic murder mystery by award-winning Mischief is chock-full of mishaps and madcap mania!
Synetic Theater’s clowning, commedia-inspired adaptation of the timeless masterpiece, Cyrano de Bergerac, takes audiences on a journey.
Nate the Great, a boy who loves detective work, is thrust into solving not one, but two mysteries involving a cat, a dog, two friends, and a missing painting.
A fisherman hits the jackpot when he stumbles upon a magic-talking fish in this interactive adaptation of the Brothers Grimm’s classic story.
A story of classic monster tales and modern human struggles. Monsters of the American Cinema.
When Angel meets Cupid in a bar and her band gets an opening slot on a tour, life takes some unexpected turns into a past she tried to leave behind.
Washington, D.C.’s best-loved musical returns to the Kennedy Center.
Based on Frank Wedekind's 1891 play of the same name, the story follows a group of German teenagers who discover and explore their sexual identities.