shows

  • Jekyll & Hyde

    Jekyll & Hyde

    A devoted man of science, Dr. Henry Jekyll is driven to find a chemical breakthrough that can solve some of mankind’s most challenging medical dilemmas. Rebuffed by the powers that be, he decides to make himself the subject of his own experimental treatments, accidentally unleashing his inner demons along with the man the world would come to know as Mr. Hyde.

    Year: 2013
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  • Romeo & Juliet

    Romeo & Juliet

    The stars of screen and stage align as Orlando Bloom (Pirates of the Caribbean) and Tony Award® nominee Condola Rashad (Stick Fly) take on the roles of Shakespeare's legendary star-crossed lovers, ROMEO AND JULIET.

    The most famous love story ever told returns to Broadway for the first time in 36 years in a stunning new production from five-time Tony® nominee David Leveaux. Jealousy. Prejudice. Betrayal. And the chance that true love could actually conquer all.

    Theater: THE RICHARD RODGERS THEATRE

    Year: 2013
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  • A Gentlemans Guide to Love and Murder

    A Gentlemans Guide to Love and Murder

    A Gentleman’s Guide To Love & Murder tells the uproarious story of Monty Navarro, a distant heir to a family fortune who sets out to speed up the line of succession using a great deal of charm… and a dash of murder.

    TONY AWARD WINNER FOR BEST MUSICAL 2014

    Theater: Walter Kerr Theatre

    Year: 2013
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  • A Streetcar Named Desire

    A Streetcar Named Desire

    Streetcar brings a whole new rhythm to Williams's enduring portrait of sex, class and secrets in one of America's most fascinating and diverse cities. Leading the cast is 2-time Golden Globe nominee Blair Underwood, in his Broadway debut as Stanley Kowalski, Nicole Ari Parker (Soul Food) as Blanche DuBois, Daphne Rubin-Vega (Rent) as Stella Kowalski and Wood Harris (The Wire) as Mitch. Directed by Emily Mann (Artistic Director of Princeton's esteemed McCarter Theatre) and featuring an original score by 5-time Grammy Award winner Terence Blanchard.

    Theater: Broadhurst Theatre

    Year: 2012
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  • War Horse

    War Horse

    Tony Winner - Best Play

    A spectacular hit in London, War Horse is the story of an English boy whose beloved horse is sold to the cavalry and shipped to France during WW I. Years later the boy, now a young man, embarks on an odyssey to bring him home. There are breathing, galloping, charging horses on the stage -- their flanks, hides and sinews built of steel, leather and aircraft cables -- life-size puppets strong enough for men to ride. And that's just one element of this imaginative epic.

    TONY AWARD WINNER FOR BEST PLAY 2011

    Theater: Vivian Beaumont

    Year: 2011
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  • Top Hat

    Top Hat

    The first ever stage adaptation of the 1935 smash hit RKO film Top Hat, which starred Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.

    Year: 2011
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  • Jay Johnson: The Two & Only

    Jay Johnson: The Two & Only

    The show deconstructs and demonstrates Johnson's lifelong obsession with the art of ventriloquism. The show is a Valentine, not only to the art, but also to his mentor and friend Arthur Sieving, who created Johnson's first professional puppet.

    Tony Award Best Special Theatrical Event 2007

    Theater: Helen Hayes Theatre

    Year: 2006
  • The Receptionist

    The Receptionist

    Outer Critics Circle Award(nomination)

    Theater: New York City Center Stage I

    Year: 2007
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  • Gypsy the Musical

    Gypsy the Musical

    4 Tony Award Nominations

    1 Theatre World Award, Tammy Blanchard

    3 Drama Desk Award Nominations

    Theater: Shubert Theatre

    Year: 2003
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  • Lobby Hero

    Lobby Hero

    Oliver Award

    Theater: International Ambassador Theatre - London, England

    Year: 2002
  • Thoroughly Modern Millie

    Thoroughly Modern Millie

    In the fast-paced 1920s, a girl from Kansas moves to New York City to marry a rich man. She samples the "thoroughly modern" flapper life, makes friends, finds unexpected romance and nearly gets caught up in a white slavery ring in this stage version of the 1967 film musical.

    TONY AWARD WINNER FOR BEST MUSICAL 2002

    Theater: Marriot Marquis

    Year: 2002
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  • Minnelli on Minnelli

    Minnelli on Minnelli

    Theater: Palace Theatre

    Year: 1999
  • Wait Until Dark

    Wait Until Dark

    Theater: Brooks Atkinson Theatre

    Year: 1998
  • 1776

    1776

    3 Tony Award Nominations

    1 Drama Desk Award
    3 Drama Desk Nominations

    Theater: Criterion Center Stage Right
    George Gershwin Theatre

    Year: 1997
  • JFK: A Musical Drama

    JFK: A Musical Drama

    Olivier Award Nomination

    Theater: Olympia Theatre - Dublin, Ireland

    Year: 1997
  • Fortune's Fools

    Fortune's Fools

    Off Broadway

    Theater: Cherry Lane Theatre

    Year: 1995
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    Candles, Snow & Mistletoe

    Theater: Palace Theatre

    Year: 1993
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  • The Goodbye Girl

    The Goodbye Girl

    5 Tony Award Nominations

    1 Theatre World Award, Martin Short

    3 Drama Desk Award Nominations

    Theater: Marquis Theatre

    Year: 1993
  • Sarah and Abraham

    Sarah and Abraham

    New Jersey Regional Production

    Theater: George Street Playhouse

    Year: 1992
  • Eating Raoul

    Eating Raoul

    Off-Broadway

    Theater: Union Square Theatre

    Year: 1992
  • The Will Rogers Follies

    The Will Rogers Follies

    The life of Will Rogers, the comedian and headliner of the Ziegfeld Follies, is told through a series of Follies-like variety acts and lavish production numbers

    TONY AWARD WINNER FOR BEST MUSICAL 1991

    Theater: Palace Theatre

    Year: 1991
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  • A Change In The Heir

    A Change In The Heir

    Theater: Edison Theatre

    Year: 1990
  • The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz

    The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz

    Off-Broadway

    Year: 1987
  • La Cage Aux Folles

    La Cage Aux Folles

    The story of a flamboyant gay couple who must pretend to be straight for one night — with one of the men in drag — to dupe the conservative political family of their son's fiancee.

    TONY AWARD WINNER FOR BEST MUSICAL 1984

    Theater: Palace Theatre

    Year: 1983
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  • Teaneck Tanzi

    Teaneck Tanzi

    Dramalogues Best New Play Award

    Theater: Nederlander Theatre

    Year: 1983
  • Can-Can

    Can-Can

    3 Tony Award Nominations

    Theater: Minskoff Theatre

    Year: 1981
  • Woman of the Year

    Woman of the Year

    4 Tony Awards:
    Best Book of a Musical
    Best Original Score
    Best Actress in a Musical
    Best Featured Actress in a Musical

    1 Drama Desk Award, Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical

    2 Tony Award Nominations

    Theater: Palace Theatre

    Year: 1981
  • Frankenstein

    Frankenstein

    1 Drama Desk Award, Outstanding Lighting Design
    1 Drama Desk Nomination

    Theater: Palace Theatre

    Year: 1980
  • West Side Story

    West Side Story

    1 Drama Desk Award, Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical
    2 Tony Award Nominations

    Theater: Minskoff Theatre

    Year: 1980
  • Lone Star & Pvt. Wars

    Lone Star & Pvt. Wars

    Theater: Century Theatre

    Year: 1978
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  • Whose Life Is It Anyway?

    Whose Life Is It Anyway?

    1 Tony Award, Best Actor in Play
    3 Tony Award Nomination

    Theater: Trafalgar Theatre

    Year: 1979
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  • The Grand Tour

    The Grand Tour

    2 Tony Award Nominations

    Theater: Palace Theatre

    Year: 1979
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A Moment in Time

Utilizing songs from John Denver, one of America's most cherished songwriters and performers, A MOMENT IN TIME, is about a marine in Afganistan who, moments before a battle, recalls a safer, happier place. The new musical received its world premiere at the Dix Hills Performing Arts Center in New York, June 2010.

www.amomentintimemusical.com

On DVD

Let's Put On A Show! DVD

The DVD based on Stewart F. Lane's book is now available.

The grand master, Mr. Broadway himself, is at your side to help you to avoid common pitfalls and orchestrate the success of our show-whether you're working in a high school, college, community, or regional theatre.

Black Broadway

provides an entertaining, poignant history of a Broadway of which few are aware. By focusing a spotlight on both performers long forgotten and on those whom we still hold dear, this unique book offers a story well worth telling.