For a Broadway show that has been running for years, this tightly directed production is still as brash, sexy and exciting as when it opened in 1996. The cast works as a finely tuned dancing machine and the Kander and Ebb jazz-infused score continues to be one of the great Broadway creations ever. Be advised, the adult content isn't really for the younger kids - but for every one else, a great time is guaranteed.
With a fantastic score by Andrew Lloyd Webber, this musical is a joy from beginning to end! The entire cast is strong, but the kids really steal this show. The young actor/musicians are stellar and are led by (fake) substitute teacher Dewey Finn in a tour de force performance by a seemingly inexhaustible Eric Petersen. A great show for the entire family.
This exciting musical shares the real life story of Gloria and Emilio Estefan as they immigrate to the United States from Cuba and rise the musical charts. You’ll find all your favorite songs from Gloria Estefan’s and Miami Sound Machine’s catalog in this energetic show, filled with powerhouse performances and authentic latin dancing. A great show for anyone who enjoys the music of the Estefans!
It’s amazing what a pair of fabulous, sparkly red thigh-high stiletto boots can do! “Kinky Boots” follows the story of a small factory town in England who is struggling to adapt to changing times. As a floundering traditional shoe factory attempts to stay in business, an unlikely friendship helps save the day, by way of some fabulous drag queens! Cyndi Lauper’s original pop score is catchy and bright, and there are spectacular shoes abound!
This entirely a cappella score features a very talented cast who share their personal stories while riding the NYC subway. The music is uplifting and thoughtful, sharing the characters’ innermost hopes and dreams. “In Transit” makes for a fun night out to see a performance like Broadway has never before seen.
“Dear Evan Hansen” tells the emotional story of a high schooler struggling to figure out his place in life who gets mixed up in the tragic circumstances of a fellow student. The show makes creative use out of technology, both as a social construct and in the literal sense. If you enjoyed 2009’s Next to Normal, you will love this!
This show is a Broadway classic for good reason; it’s highly entertaining! The cats’ costumes and makeup are thrilling to see up close, and the junkyard set is trashy and delightful. This version of the show features excellent updated choreography by Andy Blankenbuehler (based on the original choreography), and it showcases the dancers incredible artistry and athleticism. As the commercials say, “Cats! Now and Forever!” and that’s how it should be!
In “Beautiful,” Carole King’s iconic song catalog is used as a nostalgic yet exciting vehicle for telling the legendary singer-songwriter’s life story. You’ll be humming along with the score while the actors expertly capture your attention as you experience Carole King’s exciting rise to the top. A must see!