Production History Archive
This production history database is comprised of Helen Hayes Award-eligible productions since late 2011.
We recognize the incomplete nature of the data including the decades of history preceding it. Please use this form to report errors or incomplete information.
A fight for love under the threat of Death.
Mlima, an elderly “big tusker” elephant from a reserve in Kenya is poached for his glorious ivory tusks. Those tusks begin a journey across the world.
Songs for a New World, music and lyrics by Jason Robert Brown, directed by Joseph W. Ritsch, and musical direction by Tiffany Underwood Holmes.
This Synetic classic, tells the ancient story of a family who takes in a lost stranger to discover he is from an enemy clan, and their attempt to save him.
In this popular zarzuela, brimming with secret jealousies and desires, an outspoken woman delights in exposing social hypocrisies.
Four friends take a pair of hilarious road trips 20 years apart. Can they repair the bridge that connected them without drowning in the water beneath?
Calling all superheroes! Captain Everything is assembling an Amazing Alliance, but what happens when she abandons her team and tries to do everything herself?
Milo the Magnificent is a highly engaging puppet show about an aspiring magician.
When White urban pioneers invade a historically African American neighborhood, a silent battle ensues!
Winner of 6 Tony Awards and 2018 Grammy Award, Dear Evan Hansen is the deeply personal and profoundly contemporary musical about life and the way we live it.
A funny, edgy love story, this folk musical is inspired by the true tale of two Jewish Romanian refugees finding love on the shores of Canada in 1908.
Jo March turns life with her mother and sisters during the Civil War into a journey to self-empowerment in this retelling of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel.
THE OUTSIDER follows Ned Newley - a hardworking public servant who doesn't even want to be governor.
This hilarious play tells the story of a hungry servant who, realizing that working for two masters could ensure him more food, tries to do the job of two men.
Frederick Douglass ignited the flame of a freedom movement that still burns today.
Folger Theatre imagines "A Midsummer Night’s Dream," Shakespeare’s most magical comedy, inside the soaring atrium of the National Building Museum.
Fantastagirl, a second-grade superhero who uses words to save the day, comes face to face with her worst nightmare: the Math Monster!
Monty Python's Spamalot returns to the Toby's stage for a special limited engagement.