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Closer Than Ever
This musical revue featuring lyrics by Richard Maltby, Jr. and music by
David Shire showcases self-contained songs which deal with such diverse
topics as security, aging, mid-life crisis, second marriages, working
couples, and unrequited love. “Charming material presented…marvelously”
(The New York Times), audiences will find real emotion in every song.
Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson
Developed by a New York experimental company with a book by Alex Timbers,
and music and lyrics by Michael Friedman, The New York Times calls BLOODY
BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON, “the most entertaining and most perceptive political
theater of the season.” This funny and witty new musical will be sure
to bring out the history buff in us all!
April 25-May 4
Set in 1964 in the Deep South during the early days of the Civil Rights
Movement, VIOLET, with a book by Brian Crawley, music by Jeanine Tesori,
and lyrics by Brian Crawley, follows the enlightenment of a bitter young
woman accidentally scarred by her father. In hopes that a TV evangelist
can cure her, she embarks on a journey by bus. Along the way, she meets
a young black soldier who teaches her about beauty, love, courage and
what it means to be an outsider.
With the book and lyrics written by singer/songwriter/playwright Stew
and music by Stew and Heidi Rodewald, PASSING STRANGE tells the tale of
a young African American man’s journey to discover who he is and to find
meaning in life. The New York Times calls it “…a welcome anomaly on Broadway,”
this charming mix of performance art, philosophical existentialism, comedy,
and rock, this coming of age story will have audiences redefining what
the American musical means to them.
Behind the Mirror: A Tale of Snow White and Rose Red
A ClassAct youth production, this original script and score brings the
classic tale of Snow White to life with a twist! Discover the truth behind
the two sisters, the evil queen, the seven dwarves, and how their lives
Jesus Christ Superstar in Concert
With lyrics by Tim Rice and music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, JESUS CHRIST
SUPERSTAR is arguably one of their most famous musicals. Powerful and
poignant, this In Concert production tells the well-known story from the
unique perspective of Judas Iscariot and explores the human side of Jesus’
agonizing journey in an exciting rock opera.
Carrie: The Musical
Based on Stephen King’s 1974 horror novel, CARRIE tells the story of a
shy teenage girl living in a world of bullies. After a practical joke
goes too far, Carrie then uses her telekinetic powers to bring about her
revenge. With a book by Lawrence D. Cohen, lyrics by Dean Pitchford, and
music by Michael Gore, this revamped version of the 1988 Broadway musical
is the perfect outing right before Halloween 2014.
The Adventures of Robin Hood and his Merry Men
Following the success of Ichabod: Missing in Sleepy Hollow, STC will again
partner with Playhouse Nashville in selecting a playwright to write an
original script for STC’s ClassAct fall youth production. It’s sure to
be a fun adventure for the whole family!
Plus THREE new original plays by Playhouse
Nashville, in residence at STC!
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The Great American Trailer Park Musical, featuring Nathan Fleming, Jennifer Landes-Vann, Laura Matula, Cori Laemmel, Jama Bowen and Joe Robinson (Photo courtesy of Heavenly Perspective Photography)
I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change
featuring Megan Murphy Chambers, Bakari King, Tyson Laemmel
(Photo courtesy of Anthony Popolo)
Hairspray featuring CJ Jordan, Naeaidria Callihan,Saaneah Johnson (Photo courtesy of Heavenly Perspectives Photography)