September 8-24, 2023
This Tony Award-nominated, hilarious, roller skating, musical adventure about following your dreams despite the limitations others set for you, rolls along to an original hit score composed by pop-rock legends, Jeff Lynne and John Farrar. Based on the Universal Pictures cult classic movie of the same title,which starred Olivia Newton-John and Gene Kelly, Xanadu is a moving, electrifying tale of endless fun and hilarity on wheels.
October 13th - 29th, 2023
It’s 1950, and new colors are being added to the Red Scare. Two U.S. State Department employees, Bob and Norma, have been tasked with identifying sexual deviants within their ranks. There’s just one problem: Both Bob and Norma are gay and have married each other’s partners as a carefully constructed cover. Inspired by the true story of the earliest stirrings of the American gay rights movement, playwright Topher Payne’s madcap classic sitcom-style laughs give way to provocative drama as two “All-American” couples are forced to stare down the closet door.
February 9-25, 2024
This celebration of the mating game takes on the truths and myths behind that contemporary
conundrum known as “the relationship.” Through sketches and songs, Act I explores the journey from dating and waiting to love and marriage, while Act II reveals the agonies and triumphs of in-laws and newborns, trips in the family car, and pick-up techniques of the geriatric set. This hilarious revue pays tribute to those who have loved and lost, to those who have fallen on their face at the portal of romance, to those who have dared to ask, “Say, what are you doing Saturday night?”
March 15 - 30, 2024
Lend Me A Tenor is set in 1934 as Henry Saunders, the General Manager of the Cleveland Grand Opera Company, is ready to welcome world-famous singer Tito Merelli for his starring role in Pagliacci. Alas, Tito arrives late, his tempestuous wife Maria has a fit of jealousy, and it remains to be seen whether Saunders’ mousy but determined assistant Max can save the day. A sensation on Broadway and in London's West End, where The London Times called it “a masterpiece,” this screwball comedy farce won three Tony Awards and four Drama Desk Awards.