Details for the musical have been kept under wraps, but workshop stars shared a few glimpses on social media.
Playwright James Meneses has set the band's music to a story of a dystopian future where dreaming is illegal.
With a book, music, and lyrics by Kailey Marshall, the show chronicles one woman's experiences of the ecstasy, pain, and hilarity of sex.
The Florida theatre has joined forces with the Tony-nominated playwright on his latest work.
The roster includes works by Lanford Wilson, Danielle Frimer, and John Patterson.
The new musical features a book, music, and lyrics by Julian Rosenblum, with additional story development by Sabrina Karlin.
Christine Pedi directs for the York Theatre Company's Developmental Reading Series.
The upcoming benefit reading will kick off the 19th season of the Project Shaw series celebrating George Bernard Shaw.
Also, listen to a new single from the musical, "When Nighttime Falls."
Richard Oberacker and Robert Taylor have written the work about a real Arkansas woman who cared for AIDS patients in the '80s.
Richard Maltby, Jr. will direct the performances of the unproduced musical from the late lyricist of A Chorus Line.
Will Nunziata is directing the work from the two-time Emmy winner, following a drag queen's journey from selling out Carnegie Hall to serving time for murder.
Sherri Eden Barber will direct the new musical based on the 1976 film of the same name.
The play is the latest body of work commissioned as part of the I Am Soul Playwright Residency.
The musical comedy comes from singer-songwriter sibling duo Peter Cincotti and Pia Cincotti.
The presentation of the new works will be followed by a conversation moderated by Artistic Director Joe Barros.
The NYC company will develop new works by a.k. payne, Aurora Real de Asua, and Dipika Guha.
The project will feature songs from Bandits on the Run members Sydney Shepherd, Adrian Blake Enscoe, and Regina Strayhorn, and Christopher Sears.
KM Jones will direct the play with music, which follows an established string quartet with an uncertain future.
The musical that explores the nuances of caregiving prepares for its first New York showing.
Evan Cabnet will direct Zackary Grady's play.
The historical musical featuring a book by Travis Lee Russ is set to forgotten works from The Great American Songbook.
Gabriella Pizzolo and more will star in the new work from Lizz Mangan.
Michele Aldin Kushner's new play follows a 17-year-old science prodigy who unexpectedly meets his biological father.
Short Stories will feature a book by British screenwriter Mike Bullen and music by the late "Cat's in the Cradle" songwriter.
The new musical follows a designer chairing a 12-step meeting for addiction recovery.
The work, following a 17-year-old science prodigy whose biological father unexpectedly enters his life, will be directed by David Esbjornson.
Erlina Ortiz's comedy explores the bond between siblings, the cost of caregiving, and the fine line between selfish and selfless.
The Molière comedy is newly translated by Mirabelle Ordinaire and adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher.
Also, a teaser trailer for the musical version of the 1987 vampire film has been released.
The solo work explores Phoenix's childhood being raised by a Cuban Las Vegas showgirl and a Spanish-Lebanese flamenco guitarist.
The Broadway-aimed adaptation of the famed novel features a book and lyrics by Matte O’Brien and music by Matt Vinson.
The musical based on Shannon Hale's novel (and film) of the same name comes from the team behind the Between the Lines stage adaption.
Alyssa M. Williams' new musical follows the interwoven stories of a group of friends, from California to New York City.
Now in its 16th season, the series features nightly readings of new works by emerging artists.
Nathaniel P. Claridad will direct the three readings about the Deaf experience.
The work centers on a young woman in the afterlife who has been offered a chance to partake in the judgement jury.
The piece is adapted from Akihiro Nishino book-turned-anime film of the same name.
The musical is a psychological exploration of power, rivalry, and the human condition.
The piece follows the story of the famed lyricist and Richard Rodgers collaborator, with a song list made up of their most beloved tunes.
Farmer's life became tabloid fodder following her diagnosis of paranoid schizophrenia.
The new queer rock musical will be presented January 19 at Out of the Box Theatrics.
Featuring a book by Jeremy J. King and music and lyrics by Sam Salmond, the musical is based on David B. Feinberg's novel of the same name.
The Signature Theatre presentation also starred Becky Ann Baker and Denis O'Hare.
The new musical features direction, music, and lyrics by Broadway alum Chilina Kennedy.
Red Bull Theater stages the new adaptation of William Wycherley's classic Restoration comedy Off-Broadway.
Charlie Barnett's new musical comedy explores a scandalous affair between Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton after the filming of Cleopatra.
The new work from The Lifespan of a Fact writer Gordon Farrell will be presented in NYC later this month.
Red Bull Theater will stage the new adaptation of William Wycherley's classic Restoration comedy later this month.
Jordan Kai Burnett will play Gilda Radner in Not Ready for Prime Time, by Erik J. Rodriguez and Charles A. Sothers.
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