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Perhaps the quintessential backstage musical comedy, 42nd Street features golden-age-of-Broadway glamour, a big tap-happy cast, and a score chock-full of American songbook classics. Peggy Sawyer, a talented young performer straight off the bus from Allentown, Pennsylvania, arrives in NYC armed with her tap shoes and big dreams. Can she dance her way from chorus girl to star?
One hotel suite, two wives, three girlfriends, four tenors, and a soccer stadium filled with screaming fans. What could possibly go wrong? It's 1930s Paris and just hours away from "The Concert of the Century!" But love affairs, bedroom hijinks, mistaken identities, and opening-night chaos have producer Henry Saunders desperate to try just about anything for the show to go on. From comic genius Ken Ludwig, and starring Frank Ferrante, get ready for A Comedy of Tenors, an uproarious comedy filled with slamming doors, unbridled passion, and madcap hilarity on an operatic scale!
When we last saw Nora Helmer in Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House, she was slamming the door on life as she knew it and embarking on a brave, bold, and shocking new world as a woman on her own. Fifteen years later, she's returned to that same door, with a high-stakes game of unfinished business on her mind. Featuring the same characters from Ibsen's groundbreaking masterpiece, the Tony Award-nominated A Doll's House by Lucas Hnath is directed by Tracy Brigden.
By Allison Engel & Margaret Engel
Originally developed for the stage with David Esbjornson
Directed by Jennie Eisenhower
Erma Bombeck captured the frustrations of her generation by asking, "If life is a bowl of cherries, what am I doing in the pits?" In this one-woman tour de force, discover the story behind America's favorite housewife who championed women's lives with a wit that sprang from the most unexpected place of all — the truth.
Based on the hit movie, Legally Blonde follows the transformation of Elle Woods from a pink-loving SoCal sorority girl to a Harvard law student, all on her own terms. In this new production of the fabulously fun, award-winning musical, our blonde heroine tackles all obstacles, and educates us all on staying true to our dreams through rousing songs and dynamic showstopping dance numbers. This feel-good musical comedy is the most fashionable ticket in town and is so much fun, it should be illegal!
"Most of what we say is drivel." "And it's still brilliant." Two men meet for a pint. They talk about their dads, death, football, North Korea, the afterlife, and everything under the sun. Roddy Doyle's hilarious and provocative Two Pints started as a conversation on Facebook. Now, following a sold-out tour across Ireland, the Abbey Theatre brings the play to life at our local pub, the Blarney Stone.