Production History Archive
This production history database is Helen Hayes Award-eligible productions since late 2011.
A compelling revival of VOCA’s ISM II featuring an ensemble of Deaf and Hard of Hearing (HoH) BIPOC storytellers.
Shakespeare's late romance is a timeless tale of transformation and forgiveness.
Swapping a Danish castle for a North Carolina BBQ pit, Fat Ham is Hamlet, but with more barbeque and disco.
The unforgettable music from Verdi's Requiem meets Shakespeare's King Lear
Shaw shatters romantic illusions about love and war in one of his most sparkling comedies.
An exciting new twist on Dickens' holiday classic!
Six teenage choir kids die in a freak roller coaster accident and then must compete in the afterlife for a chance to return to the living.
In this surreal tragicomic tale, a man who has been away a long time peers out the window of a flat he shares with his wife. But is it still his home—and life?
When Dad feels like a little bit of Sunday afternoon time out, Bluey and Bingo have other plans!
Israeli-American comedian Iris Bahr presents her new autobiographical work about navigating a life-and-death situation through a screen and across an ocean.
Four storytellers breathe life into this tale of love and loss, desire and death, ignorance and illumination.
Confederates is a funny, smart and moving satire about the struggles and triumphs of two brilliant Black women.
A smart, hilarious, and scary reimagining of George Romero’s 1968 cult classic film
Experience Flamenco Aparicio Dance Company's breathtaking masterpiece, Enredo, directed by Edwin Aparicio.
In association with The Kennedy Center, The Honey Trap is a world premiere psychological thriller
One apartment. Two different eras. Each creating unlikely friendships. How much do we bury in a place, and within ourselves?