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Bright Star

 

SEP

06-29

2019

Genre

Bluegrass, Broadway, Dramatic Story

Audience

Young Adult to Adult

Music, Book & Story by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell

Set against the rich backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Bright Star weaves an emotional tale of love, loss and understanding told through the timeless sounds of bluegrass music. A Grammy- and Tony-nominated score by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell provides the perfect vehicle for beautiful melodies to tell this powerfully moving story.

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Regional Premiere

 

 

 

Plaza Suite

 

OCT NOV

04-10

2019

Genre

Romantic Comedy

Audience

Young Adult to Adult

By Neil Simon

One hotel suite and three separate stories of relationships gone awry. Neil Simon’s classic wit sparkles in the telling of forgotten anniversaries, a covert rendezvous, and a bride who won’t come out of the bathroom for her own wedding. In the Arvada Center’s version, the same group of actors play different roles in each of the stories, creating a repertory theatre in miniature!

 
 

 

 

A Christmas Carol - The Musical

 

NOV DEC

22-22

2019

Genre

Broadway, Classic Holiday

Audience

Family-Friendly (Some possible scary moments)

Music by Alan Menken | Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens
Book by Mike Ockrent and Lynn Ahrens

Charles Dickens’ classic tale takes us on a journey to the past, present and future this holiday season! With music by Alan Menken ( Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid ) and lyrics by Lynn Ahrens ( Ragtime, Seussical ), this musical version of curmudgeonly Ebenezer Scrooge’s life and ultimate redemption is the perfect holiday tradition for the entire family.

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Agatha Christie's

 

Murder On The Orient Express

 

JAN May

31-17

2020

Performed in repertory—select dates

 

Genre

Murder Mystery

Audience

Young Adult to Adult (Some violent moments)

Adapted by Ken Ludwig

A train full of strangers, a mysterious murder, and an eccentric sleuth piecing it all together. This adaptation of Agatha Christie’s best- selling novel promises a fun, fast-paced thrill ride that will bring out the detective in all of us and make us all wonder, whodunnit?

Producing Sponsor: The Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation and Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Patt

Production Sponsor: Karen and Jack Berryhill

 
 

 

 

A Midsummer Night's Dream

 

FEB MAY

21-16

2020

Performed in repertory—select dates

 

Genre

Reframing of a Classic

Audience

Young Adult to Adult

By William Shakespeare

Love conquers all in this highly theatrical and imaginative telling of Shakespeare’s most popular romantic comedy. Created with a company of eight transformative actors, this new reframing comes to life with the help of a little music, a little mayhem...and a little magic.

 

 

 

 

Small Mouth Sounds

 

MAR MAY

13-14

2020

Performed in repertory—select dates

 

Genre

Contemporary Play

Audience

Young Adult to Adult

By Bess Wohl

How do you speak your mind when you can’t say a word? Set in a zen retreat, we meet six strangers whose desires to connect are at direct odds with their vows of silence. An off-Broadway hit, this unique and heartfelt story asks many questions without saying a word.

 

Regional Premiere

 

 

 

Something Rotten!

 

APR MAY

10-03

2020

Genre

Contemporary
Broadway Comedy

Audience

Young Adult to Adult

Book by Karey Kirkpatrick and John O’Farrell
Music and Lyrics by Wayne Kirkpatrick and Karey Kirkpatrick
Conceived by Karey Kirkpatrick and Wayne Kirkpatrick

Healthy competition is one thing, but what happens when you’re up against the most famous playwright of all time? Enter a pair of hapless brothers striving for theatrical success in the English Renaissance against none other than the Bard himself, Shakespeare. Uproarious antics ensue in this smash musical comedy that will leave audiences rolling in the aisles.

Main Stage

Regional Premiere

 
 

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