2016 Season

 
 

In The Heights

Music by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda

Book by Quiara Alegría Hudes

MARCH 4 - 20, 2016

Winner: 2008 Outer Critics circle, Theater World Awards, Drama Desk Award

The hottest day of the year in New york’s Washington Heights is the setting for this heartwarming story of tradition, community, and change. With a diverse cast of colorful characters and modern hip-hop music, In the Heights is a perfect mix of classic Broadway storytelling and urban/Latin rhythms and characters. Written by 2015 MacArthur Genius Grant winner Lin-Manuel Miranda who is currently hitting it big on Broadway with the smash hit Hamilton.


ASSASSINS

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim

Book by John Weidman

MAY 20 - JUNE 5, 2016

Winner: 2004 5 Tony Awards and 3 Drama Desk Awards

Using American folk music from many different eras, Assassins exploits our most notorious citizens to examine our feelings of impotence and apathy. Well regarded as a pioneer in Broadway musicals, it will challenge your idea of what it is to be an American as you laugh out loud and tap your toes to the music. As John Wilkes Booth says, “Everybody’s got the right to be happy!”

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URINETOWN

Music by Mark Hollman, Lyrics by Greg Kotis and Mark Hollman

Book by Greg Kotis

AUGUST 12 - 28, 2016

Winner: 2002 3 Tony Awards, 1 Theater World Award

Not even a terrible title can sink this riotous, irreverent musical. Urinetown imagines a world with a major water storage where even toilets are regulated. What lengths would a person go to to have the chance to pee for free? We dare you not to laugh out loud at this delightful dystopia. What can we say - when you gotta go, you gotta go!


TICK, TICK...BOOM!

By Jonathan Larson

NOVEMBER 18-DECEMBER 4, 2016

Before Rent, there was Tick, Tick...Boom!. This autobiographical musical by Jonathan Larson, the Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning composer of Rent, is the story of a composer and the sacrifices he made to achieve his big break in theater. His girlfriend wants to get married and move out of the city, his best friend is making big bucks on Madison Avenue, and yet Jon is still waiting on tables and trying to write the great American musical.