Production History Archive
This production history database is Helen Hayes Award-eligible productions since late 2011.
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.
Inspired by the works & words of Shakespeare, bridging the past with the present through verse, song and memory.
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.
Discover a whole new world at Disney’s ALADDIN, the hit Broadway musical.
Through a series of autobiographical vignettes, Aya Ogawa delves into the sh*t show of parenthood, as both a parent and a child – and what it takes to forgive.
A cross-cultural, time-shifting journey ensues as Mia pieces together the details of her past and wrestles with the costs of her profession.
Tony Kushner’s Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning drama Angels in America is one of the great epic American plays of this past century.
Set in a a Union fort in not-yet-seceded Virginia, a runaway slave makes an eloquent plea for sanctuary of the commanding general, Ben Butler.
A whimsical, post-modern adaptation of The Little Mermaid, Hans Christian Andersen, and storytelling itself.
Welcome to the Jungle: a camp of stateless citizens, the temporary home for thousands of people searching for refuge, forced to build a society from nothing
Caught in a carousel of memory, the head of a dysfunctional royal family grapples with power-hungry children and the threat of losing the empire he created.
A meet-cute at the local temple brings Naveen face-to-face with the man of his dreams: a fellow Marathi-speaking Hindu who loves the same Bollywood films.
"A sumptuous new production of the most perfect musical of all time” (Entertainment Weekly)
A stunning exploration of tradition and transformation based on historical events.
Kameeka is confident that today she will finally beat her rival, Jamara, and become the Hula-Hoopin’ Queen of 139th Street in Harlem.