Production History Archive
This production history database is comprised of Helen Hayes Award-eligible productions since late 2011.
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A man with a photographic memory finds himself and those around him in peril under an authoritarian regime that erases its political enemies.
A “dazzling hall of mirrors” (New York Times) told with a furiously singular vision by Pulitzer Prize winner Jackie Sibblies Drury
A baker and his wife wish for a child, Cinderella wishes to go to the King’s Festival and Jack wishes to sell his cow, so into the woods they must go in search...
90 miles separate Cuba from Key West. Ninety miles of darkness, hope, waiting, and light. In here, those ninety miles could be ninety thousand.
It’s a true story. Or total fiction. Or a play about a play. Or a raucous resurrection…that ends in a song and a scaffold.
In a brand new production, the Puppet Co. gives you the full story of what happens after the gold has been spun and the day has been saved.
Jane-ites Unite! A smart, zany comedy by John Morogiello.
Rep Stage presents:
THE GLASS MENAGERIE
By Tennessee Williams
Directed by Joseph W. Ritsch
Anticipation. Mystery. Clandestine meetings…and missings. Performed outdoors at The Parks at Walter Reed, Missed Connections is a new play.
A world-premiere musical by Nolan Williams, Jr., celebrating African-American food, family and tradition.
June needs a journey. Like, now. So, she convinces her friends to ditch New York City (and their cellphones) for an impromptu road trip to the Grand Canyon.
In this satirical comedy, three friends share the joys, challenges, and anxieties of being middle class single Black mothers in predominantly white suburbs.
Moscow, 2002: halfway through Putin’s first official term as president. After he brutally crushes a rebellion in the territory of Chechnya, a group of Chechen i...
A swashbuckling adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s most beloved novel
Shakespeare's problem play asks audiences to question what is right, what is fair, and what is lawful—and how gets to decide.
Rhinocéros! presents a small town overrun with radical ideas, clashing ideology and not so subtle transformations.
Celebrating Lent, The Faith Play project presents two plays in rotating Free virtual-on demand readings March 24-April 24th, register at theessentialtheatre.org