Jordan Kai Burnett will play Gilda Radner in Not Ready for Prime Time, by Erik J. Rodriguez and Charles A. Sothers.
The multi-composer musical is based on real letters written to U.S. presidents throughout history.
The musical transports audiences to 1979 West Virginia, where a mayor is attempting to tear down the region's only Jewish temple to build a RadioShack.
Nick Adams, Lauren Elder, and more will perform in the Crystal Skillman-Bobby Cronin musical, previously seen at Austria’s Theatre Linz.
Molly Clifford will direct the new play about the relationship between two sisters.
Zhailon Levingston will direct the new work from the Chicken & Biscuits playwright.
Joseph Hayward will direct with music direction by Griffin Strout.
Tiffany Nichole Greene directs the new musical from Hyeyoung Kim and Shoshana Greenberg.
Based on the story by Ukrainian novelist Nikolai Gogol, the new musical features a book, music, and lyrics by Kit Goldstein Grant.
The reading will commemorate World AIDS Day and benefit the LGBT Community Center.
The program dedicated to fostering new works honors the late playwright's legacy of mentorship.
The work is inspired by an empathy exercise in a 2018 theatre class taught by the 98º star and wife Lea Lachey.
Will Nunziata is directing the in-development work.
The evening showcases the company's Musical Theatre Lab, an annual six-week program that brings together aspiring theatre writers.
Signature Theatre will present the Sam Shepard play, which will also star Ann Dowd and Denis O'Hare.
Inspired by Helen of Troy from Greek mythology, the new musical is written by Joe Maloney.
The Carousel of Inevitability and Certain Foreboding is being offered as part of the library's Across a Crowded Room program.
The solo show features a book, music, and lyrics by Ronni Mardor.
Sheldon Epps will direct the work inspired by E.R. Braithwaite's autobiographical novel.
Works from Hermitage Major Theater Award winners Madeleine George and Shariffa Ali will be presented later this month.
Out of the Box Theatrics is presenting the autobiographical comedy as the first installment of their Developmental Readings series.
Sheldon Epps will direct Lonne Elder III's play.
Bleu will be joined by Tony nominee J. Robert Spencer, Alexandra Socha, and more.
Mark Shanahan will direct Paul Slade Smith's farce for Connecticut's Westport Country Playhouse.
Matt DiCarlo directs the new musical penned by Justin Mortelliti and Shannon Hunt.
Michael Barnard will direct the musical based on the play Up (The Man in the Flying Chair).
The new play from Michael McKeever is being directed by Christopher Renshaw.
Jamibeth Margolis will direct the modern musical centering on motherhood, girlhood, love, and loss.
Randy Graff is among the starry cast for the event, which will commemorate World AIDS Day and benefit the LGBT Community Center.
Douglas Thompson and Johanna Telander are writing the new show based on Florence Engel Randall's novel, previously adapted for the screen by Disney.
The beloved writer will read Charles Dickens' original performance text in character as the esteemed author.
The historical drama features music and lyrics by queer artist LP.
Racky Plews will direct the musical, featuring a book by screenwriter Tina Andrews.
The work is being developed posthumously following the death of its playwright, Diana Amsterdam.
Mark Brokaw will again direct Kenneth Lonergan's drama.
The new play, directed by Broadway's Zhailon Levingston, will feature actors Nic Ashe and Broderick Clavery.
Alex Petti and Annie Pulsipher's gory feminist musical follows three monster-loving teens searching for a prom date.
Ioana Alfonso will direct with music direction by Bruce De La Cruz.
The work made its world premiere at New Jersey's Paper Mill Playhouse in 2022.
The reading of The Cowards, written by Ryan O'Connor from Noël Coward's 1925 play, benefits the Los Angeles LGBT Center.
The musical previously played a run at Hartford Stage, billed as "pre-Broadway."
John Wolfson's work is the latest in Red Bull's Revelation Readings series.
The project features lyrics and "musings" by Russell, set to music by Janet Hood, Nick Cearley, and Ronald Melrose.
Funny Girl's Ephie Aardema is starring in the new show with music and lyrics by Sharon Kenny.
The new residency comes after the musical's run on Broadway last season.
Scott Ellis will direct the reading of Noël Coward’s comedy.
The festival has previously presented Come From Away, The Drowsy Chaperone, and Thoroughly Modern Millie, all before they made it to Broadway.
Elliah Heifetz and Jessica Kahkoska have written a new original musical about a queer vigilante.
The new musical centers on a group of college students auditioning to join an elite All Star step dance team.
The reading, honoring the 25th anniversary of Matthew Shepard's death, benefits The Trevor Project.
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