Production History Archive
This production history database is Helen Hayes Award-eligible productions since late 2011.
This classic motion picture comes to beautiful life on the Toby's stage. Reserve early as this show always sells out fast!
When a humble fisherman discovers a wish-granting fish at sea, his wife convinces him to capture the magical creature and grant her every desire.
The triumphant Tony Award-winning musical portrait of America at the turn of the 20th century.
In a two-person version of the classic tale, Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy discover a secret portal to a magical world called Narnia.
In this hit Broadway musical, two best friends with opposite personalities wake up from hibernation and enjoy hilarious adventures through the season.
This time-honored seasonal celebration includes Tchaikovsky's familiar story of Clara and her prince, with some Puppet Co. nursery rhyme spin.
An original work by Keegan favorite Matthew J. Keenan, AN IRISH CAROL is an homage to Dickens’ classic – told as only the Irish can.
Olney Theatre creates a rich and re-imagined Fiddler for a new generation to embrace.
One Mo’ Time features a group of performers at a New Orleans Club in 1926, as they put on an evening of vaudeville, ragtime and blues!
Hershel just wants to celebrate Hanukkah with the community, but the Queen and King of the Goblins have forbidden the lighting of the candles.
Written by celebrated playwright Conor McPherson, The Seafarer is a dark comedy that celebrates camaraderie and the hope provided by second chances.
This is A Christmas Carol in its purest form, with 99% of the text drawn directly from the original novella.
This moving musical tells the story of a group of women who come together to create a quilt that reflects their shared history, struggles, and triumphs.
We meet a group of wayward travelers whose lives intersect in a guesthouse filled with music, life, and hope.
Irving Berlin's classic holiday musical.
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How do you start over after everything you know has been erased? Michele Lowe's Moses follows one man's journey as he searches for forgiveness and himself.