Production History Archive
This production history database is Helen Hayes Award-eligible productions since late 2011.
Dive into the vibrant chaos of 1985 Miami as three sisters emerge as artistic beacons of hope.
Amidst a lecture, a psychology professor’s marriage fractures, sparking a vivid study of three characters who become entangled in a search for self-discovery.
A masterpiece of modern musical theatre and a powerful depiction of the ripple effects of mental illness. A co-production with Barrington Stage Company.
This sweet and funny tale explores the parallel lives of two women. A surrealist journey through womanhood, identity, and what it means to belong.
The Temptations rose to the top of the charts, and their moving story still resonates five decades later.
Experience the journey of a spirited group of young people, each with a loved one behind bars.
Fonsia and Weller, two residents at a retirement home, play repeated games of gin rummy which are revealed as metaphors for their lives.
Join us for this classic German fairy tale about two kids who get lost in the woods and encounter a witch.
The Rock Opera TOMMY, was first performed by The Who in 1969.
Five misfit nuns from the Little Sisters of Hoboken convent are trying to put on a variety show.
Two adventurous mice are ready to explore the world beyond their tiny mouse-hole.
Come along with Raina to bring a cloud back home in this modern-day feminist folktale with music!
3 baby boomers see what the next chapter can look like when they face it with honesty, compassion and humor …and perhaps a little sex!
Before there was RENT… there was tick, tick… BOOM!, Jonathan Larson’s explosive musical about life, death, and the necessity of art.
This high-octane production brings physical spectacularity to Shakespeare’s poetry and highlights the tragedy by juxtaposing it with humor.
The Tony® Award–nominated Best Musical, is now on tour across North America—and the critics rave, “It’s simply magical!” (LA Daily News)
Mistaken identities and mixed signals come together, melding the Bard’s verse with the beloved music of The Beatles.
"ELEVATES A TRAGEDY TO MYTHIC PROPORTIONS, REVERBERATING ALL THE WAY INTO YOUR CORE!" — San Francisco Chronicle