All Shook Up

This hip-swiveling, jukebox musical fantasy set in 1955 offers enough raucous Elvis numbers to wear out a dozen blue suede shoes. 

A Lie of the Mind

When love and brutality crisscross two families in Montana and California, the heart, the home and the brain all suffer dramatic damage. 

The Drowsy Chaperone

Join the “man in the chair,” a huge fan of Broadway, as he shares his favorite (fictional) musical, “The Drowsy Chaperone.” The show comes to life in his living room, where we meet Janet, the star who’s giving up Broadway for marriage. Then there’s her producer, Feldzieg, who’s determined to change her mind and keep the bucks rolling. He even enlists a couple mobster associates to help in the persuading. While the chaperone is distracted, you and your date will roar at this madcap musical tucked inside a comedy. 

Julius Caesar

Forget the togas. Welcome to “New Rome,” an authoritarian republic risen from the ashes of an unidentified apocalypse. This unique adaptation promises gender-blind casting with fearsome women and men prepared to “cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war.” 

Come back to the 5 & Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean

Fans still talk about the time—20 years ago—when James Dean came to Marfa, Texas, to shoot a movie. But memory, truth and desire are three different things, as members of one of his loyal fan clubs discover when they meet to honor the 20th anniversary of the actor’s death. 

Mamma Mia!

Sophie wants nothing more than to have her father walk her down the aisle for her traditional Greek wedding. But which one is he? 

A Christmas Carol

This unique, 60-minute adaptation of the Dickens classic is enjoyed by all, but written for children, grade 6 and younger. Tickets are just $2 per person. 

Hamlet

Shakespeare’s most complex work requires the simplest plug: Come see the greatest play ever written.

Xanadu

Sonny Malone is deeply dissatisfied by his life as a Venice Beach sidewalk artist—until Clio, a timeless Greek muse, makes it her mission to inspire him. Skate back to the 1980s, a time when dreams were made of glitter, rainbows and roller disco. 

One-Ham Manlet

Watch one actor play 20 characters in this comedic adaptation of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Is there a “method to this madness,” or is it “something rotten”? This special production comes with a special ticket price of just $5. 

Applause! Applause! Reboot

Back by popular demand, this musical review is reminiscent of past Applause! Applause! and Broadway Jukebox productions. Audience members spin a wheel to determine the next performance. 

Nell Gwynn

A woman acting? On stage? 

Nell is the first woman allowed in King Charles II’s company of actors. Her presence—and her performance—on the London stage are revolutionary in this gorgeously rich drama where the theatre and the palace collide.

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

For young Christopher, math is an open book and people a murky mystery. When the neighbor’s dog is killed with a garden fork, Christopher investigates and embarks on an odyssey of the mind and the heart. Based on the best-selling novel, this hit play uses stunning visuals to take us inside the world of an autistic child. 

The Robber Bridegroom

Bluegrass meets Broadway. Identities collapse in this barn-raisin’ Southern thrill of a good time set in 18th century Mississippi. 

Box Office

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Musical Ticket Prices
Adults $17.50
Seniors $12
Students (K–12, college) $12

Play Ticket Prices
Adults $10
Seniors $7.50
Students (K–12, college) $7.50
48th St. Cabarets $6

Ticket purchases are nonrefundable. Tickets may be exchanged for a different date with a day's notice. Late seating for any production is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of the director and house manager. We recommend arriving 10 minutes prior to show time.

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