Production History Archive
This production history database is Helen Hayes Award-eligible productions since late 2011.
Based on Frank Wedekind's 1891 play of the same name, the story follows a group of German teenagers who discover and explore their sexual identities.
Seussical: The Musical runs from June 17th to July 22nd at the Keegan Theatre! Evening performances begin at 7:00 PM and Matinees begin at 3:00 PM.
The Tony Award–winning Best Musical 1776 catapults to blazing new life in a thrillingly new production
DinoRock returns to the Puppet Co. with the production they first graced our stage with in 1998!
The Last Match pits rising Russian star Sergei Sergeyev against American great Tim Porter in an epic showdown.
Harmond Wilks is redeveloping the struggling neighborhood with business partner Roosevelt Hicks while running to become the city’s first Black mayor.
A nonverbal show for children ages 3-6 inspired by a Zapoteca myth and Quechua legends about the rainbow, told through vibrant imagery and dynamic movement.
In a hilarious workplace comedy with teeth, tensions rise and deals are made during an awards ceremony in a twist you won’t see coming.
Experience the power of the African beats...Celebrate the legacy of the Santa Cruz siblings that still lives today and is part of the Afro-Latino diaspora.
“[A play] about affirmation and communion and sounding the alarm.”
Tanya is a Black mother determined to break her son, Eric, out of death row or die trying. She’ll need guns, to get her hair done, and to f*ck some people up.
Pecola, a Black girl in 1940s Ohio, only wants to be loved. Blaming her dark skin for her misfortunes, she prays for blue eyes, sure that love will follow.
José Rivera’s Sonnets for an Old Century captures the psychic residue of ten lives in ten intimate, searing encounters in the afterlife.
A Studio-commissioned play James Ijames, exploring displacement, community, belonging, and being haunted by a legacy you’re only just beginning to understand
Music is the freight train to ride for this electrifying Tony Award-winning travelogue of identity, acceptance and love.