Production History Archive
This production history database is comprised of Helen Hayes Award-eligible productions since late 2011.
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Kate Hamill boldly reimagines Bram Stoker’s classic tale of vampires and finds new monsters just beneath the skin.
In Israel, she’s Palestinian. In the Arab world, she's Israeli. In America, she's an Other.
Infused with humor and sharp insight, Tanya Saracho's "Fade," asks whether status changes who we are at our core.
After being rejected by his creator, a grotesque creature is cast out into an unforgiving world, where he comes to desire either love or vengeance
Opposing societal hierarchies and differing views of success confront each other in this timely commentary on how to pursue a life worth living.
Bram Stoker’s classic tale rises again in Synetic’s bold and bloody adaptation of the world’s most iconic horror story.
With Calypso-flavored music and fantastical storytelling, Once On This Island is a celebration of hope and kindness that will nourish your soul.
In My Body No Choice, Molly Smith’s final directorial venture for Arena Stage, 8 of America’s most exciting female playwrights share what choice means to them.
Part contemporary competition show, part vintage telethon, and part punpalooza, this spooky variety show will tickle your funny bone.
In-your-face drama of puberty, performance, female friendship, and competition by Pulitzer Prize-finalist Clare Barron.
In our reimagined tribute to the golden age of Hollywood, Twelfth Night features separated twins, mistaken identities and of course, love.
An original musical adaptation of the classic Washington Irving tale by Matt Conner and Stephen Gregory Smith
Chekhov short stories adapted for the theatre by the master of comic dialogue, Neil Simon.
Big City dwellers Katha and Ryu have become disenchanted with their 21st-century lives.
A close-to-the-bone, comic and cutting-edge roman à clef about how we collaborate, and the cost of riding-the-third-rail while making mission-driven theater.
On the edge of the Wyoming wilderness, the last guests linger into the night at a celebration for the new President of their conservative Catholic college.