Production History Archive
This production history database is Helen Hayes Award-eligible productions since late 2011.
Two women from different worlds get a glimpse though the looking glass in this bilingual play
Join us on a journey with two young Jewish boys as they navigate the complexities of their relationships with each other, their families, and their religion.
A pair of brothers allow a boastful vagabond to stay in their London house. Cruelties unleashed, lies exposed. Bitingly funny exploration of life's absurdity.
The Brilliance & Resilience of Tap Dance starring Baakari Wilder of Broadway’s “Bring in ‘Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk,” is a multi-media production.
Sparks fly when Zan, an angry high school student, is forced to work off his community service assignment helping ailing, but feisty librarian Dorothy.
With more than 70 beautiful, larger-than-life puppets and original music, this special event follows all your favorite characters!
A vibrant, semi-autobiographical comedy about community, culture and the connection between fathers and daughters.
The election that changed the game.
A new musical comedy about the things we do to stay together.
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's Award-winning rock opera comes to D.C. to tell the story ofEva Perón, First Lady of Argentina.
Twins Simon and Janine search for their family roots in a surprising journey through the Mideast.
A laugh-out-loud comedy about Washington. Don’t miss this hilarious take on DC's monumental controversy.
Sasha’s 82-year-old mother, Olga, is on the frontlines of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, having lived in Kyiv her whole life.
An audaciously hopeful musical play about life, death, and the courage to believe in life after death.
In a world of forbidden love, a priest and a Havana pianist from his parish fall in love. Will they choose faith or succumb to their intoxicating desires?
What happens if everyone in a community decides it’s not their job to solve problems they see? A play about working together to take care of your community
A family friendly fairytale adventure of long lost twins, talking birds, and philosophy!