Musical Theatre 201: A Lesson Beyond the Curtain - 2019
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat - 2018
Young Frankenstein - 2017
It's alive! The electrifying adaptation of Mel Brooks' monstrously funny film, Young Frankenstein
, will leave you in stitches.
Fiddler on the Roof - 2016
A story that captures the essential human longing for love, community, success, freedom, family, and meaning. "Fiddler" features such iconic songs as the beautiful "Sunrise, Sunset," the boisterous "If I Were a Rich Man", and the classic "Matchmaker, Matchmaker".
Musical Theatre 101: A Lesson in Broadway - 2015
Finally an answer to the greatest question of our time: Why are musicals SO GOOD?
A complete guide to the genius of Broadway in 50ish songs... or less
Because the only numbers you've ever needed to know are 5,6,7,8!
Curtains - 2014/2015
It's opening night for the new musical "Robbin' Hood" when the leading lady mysteriously dies onstage and the entire company and creative team are possible suspects. But the show must go on!
It is up to Lt. Frank Cioffi, a police detective with a love for musical theatre to solve the case and save the show.
The Drowsy Chaperone - 2013
A Musical within a Comedy.
A Comedy within a Musical.
How to Succeed in Business
Without Really Trying - 2012
It's the early sixties, and a young window washer named J. Pierrepont Finch begins a meteoric rise - without really trying - from the mail room at the World Wide Wicket Company. Following the advice of a book entitled 'How to Succeed in Business', Finch climbs the corporate ladder with the help of a company bigwig, a wily competitor, and a sexy ex-cigarette girl with ambitions of her own... but how high will he go?
Brigadoon - 2011
An enchanting frolic through the mists of the Highlands, set in a mysterious town that returns only one day every hundred years...
Guys & Dolls - 2010
Take two gamblers, a long-engaged doll, a straight-laced mission worker, add in an illegal craps game and a last minute prayer meeting, and what do you get? Toe-tapping fun with such well known numbers as "Sit Down, You're Rocking the Boat" and "Luck Be a Lady Tonight".
It's A Grand Night for Singing - 2009
Take a delightful dip into what is probably the greatest American songbook of them all; featuring Rogers & Hammerstein's wonderful songs from Carousel, Oklahoma, The King and I, South Pacific, The Sound of Music and more! The revue score arranged by Fred Wells, Michael Gibson & Jonathan Tunick includes songs like "Some Enchanted Evening", "How do you solve a problem like Maria?" and "Oh What a beautiful Morning".
The Pajama Game - 2008
With a score featuring standards like "Hey There," "Steam Heat" and "Hernando's Hideaway," The Pajama Game is set in the Sleep-Tite Pajama Factory during a strenuous labor negotiation. At the musical's center is the simmering attraction between a handsome new manager and a lovely union representative. But their budding romance is threatened by the impending strike.
Showtune - 2007
Hello Dolly!, Mame, Mack & Mabel, La Cage aux Folles are just a few of the musicals that share the tantalizing words and music that make Jerry Herman a Broadway treasure. Now here is a musical revue that celebrates his classic stores (and lesser-known songs), counterpointing and contrasting numbers from different shows into a magical show all its own, "Showtune".
Anything Goes - 2006
Billy Crocker, a young Wall Street broker, stows away on the S.S. American, in hopes of winning the heart of his beloved Hope Harcourt; she is on her way to England to be married to Sir Evelyn Oakleigh, a stuffy, hapless British nobleman. Stowing away with Billy are "Moonface" Martin, a gangster labeled "Public Enemy 13," and his girlfriend Bonnie; the two have disguised themselves as a reverend and a missionary, respectively, after stranding the ship's real reverend back at the port. On board, Crocker runs into his friend, nightclub singer Reno Sweeney, who resolves to help Billy win over Hope. Billy simultaneously learns the true identities of Moonface and Bonnie, and in exchange for his silence, they join the plot to break up Hope and Evelyn; as the show progresses, Hope, Evelyn, Billy, Reno, Bonnie, and Moonface all end up in a variety of compromising positions with members of the opposite sex.
Broadway Our Way - 2005
The music you love from the shows you can't forget! Spotlight Musical Productions is taking an exciting tour of Broadway and we want you along for the ride! Broadway, Our Way will leave you humming those unforgettable tunes from many memorable shows, as we celebrate musical favourites from more than one hundred years of musical theatre.
Blame it on the Movies - 2004
The sound of movies is saluted in this cheerful musical cavalcade of wonderful songs and themes from the world’s favorites films.
Fresh and fast-paced, “Blame It On The Movies!” is a nostalgic treat that covers more ground than your average Friday night at the karaoke bar, featuring unforgettable tunes from “The Wizard Of Oz,” “Meet Me In St. Louis,” “The Pink Panther,” “Rocky,” “Psycho,” “Jaws,” “Gone With The Wind,” “Goldfinger,” “The Color Purple,” “Footloose” and countless others, in a full-filled homage to movie musicals, screwball comedies, shoot-em-up westerns, sizzling screen romances, thrillers, action-adventure flicks, historical epics and auteurs alike.
It’s the perfect celebration of the silver screen – onstage, live and in person – and a great way to get some of those movie buffs back into the theatre. So serve up the popcorn, sit back and enjoy!
Working - 2003
The hopes, dreams joys and concerns of the average working North American are the focus of this unique eye-opening musical. That the everyday lives of “common” men and women should be so compelling and moving will surprise and inspire anyone who has ever punched a time clock.
Based on Studs Terkel’s best-selling book of interviews with workers, ”Working” paints a vivid portrait of the extraordinary men and women the world so often takes for granted: the schoolteacher, the millworker, the mason, the trucker, the fireman, the housewife, just to name a few. It’s a highly original look at the North American landscape that’s simply impossible to forget.
With a score by no less than the likes of Stephen Schwartz (Godspell), and James Taylor (Fire and Rain), universal subject matter and ensemble cast, “Working” is one of the most relevant and substantive musicals ever created.