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The New York Times claims Wicked to be “The defining musical of the decade.” Wicked reimagines the classic The Wizard of OZ, but puts the light on the untold stories of OZ’s most infamous characters including the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good. Wicked takes you through the witch’s life and her story of how she came to be called so “Wicked.”
The revelation that Barbra Streisand built her own private shopping mall -- complete with a doll shop, vintage clothing atelier and candy store -- in the basement of her Malibu mansion has inspired many reactions, but none as ingenious as Buyer & Cellar. In this hilarious romp, playwright Jonathan Tolins spins a bit of Babs' trivia into a fictional one-man show of real depth and heart. Follow struggling thespian Alex as he takes a job as the sole employee of Streisand's wonder emporium. As the two develop a rapport, you wonder whether their basement bonding will ever move upstairs to real friendship. This off-Broadway hit makes its Philly debut courtesy of 1812 Productions at Plays & Players Theatre on Delancey.
Witness the most righteous story ever told -- as you've never seen it told before. In this beloved classic, Grammy- and Oscar-winning composer and lyricist Stephen Schwartz (Wicked) uses the Gospel of Matthew and a score featuring every genre from ragtime to rock to rap to retell the story of Jesus and his disciples through a series of charming and hilarious scenes. A timeless tale of friendship, loyalty and love, Godspell has touched the hearts of countless theatergoers all over the world. Raise your spirit with Godspell's Tony-nominated score, featuring such chart-topping songs as "Day By Day," "Light of the World" and "Turn Back, O Man," at Woodbury's Sketch Club Players.
Based on the Gospels of Matthew and Luke, and featuring a pop-rock score by Tony nominee Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Pippin), the joyous musical Godspell Jr. comes to Eagle Theatre in Hammonton, courtesy of the young actors in the company's summer intensive program. Godspell Jr. retells the story of Jesus and his disciples through a series of charming, comedic sketches and an eclectic blend of songs ranging in style from pop to vaudeville, like "Day by Day," "Save the People" and "All for the Best." This rousing, family friendly show and its positive message of hope and kindness have resonated with generations of audiences since it opened off-Broadway in 1971.
The Tony-winning musical Guys and Dolls is set in New York City during the swinging 1940s. The story follows Nathan Detroit, who turns to fellow gambler Sky Masterson for the cash to float the biggest craps game in town. When dolls -- especially a straitlaced missionary named Sarah Brown -- get involved, the term "high stakes" applies to both love and money. Jam-packed with big, flashy numbers like "Luck Be a Lady" and "Sit Down, You're Rockin' the Boat," it's no surprise Time magazine pronounced Guys and Dolls "the greatest of all American musicals." See Frank Loesser's beloved Broadway rom-com at the Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope.
Mistaken identities, outrageous plot twists, slapstick comedy and a slew of self-obsessed performers desperately trying to keep things from falling apart: It's all in a day's work for master of the period-perfect farce Ken Ludwig (Lend Me a Tenor). In this fast-paced comedy set in Buffalo in 1953, a husband-and-wife acting team with a crumbling marriage struggle to keep their repertory ensemble together long enough to allow famed director Frank Capra to see them perform. But with a pregnant ingenue, a drunk leading man and a surprise visit from their daughter, things quickly go horribly (and hilariously) wrong. Catch this delightful comedy at People's Light in Malvern.
She was just a small-town girl living in a lonely world ... until she landed on the Sunset Strip in 1987 and met a wannabe rocker from Detroit. In the Tony-nominated musical Rock of Ages, these two characters fall in love while pursuing their dreams and getting caught up in a fight to save the Strip from big developers. Across a raucous mix of eyebrow-scorching tunes from Journey, Night Ranger, Styx, REO Speedwagon, Pat Benatar and so many more, they'll learn that on the Strip, the dreams you have when you arrive are not always the dreams you have when you leave -- but the Strip will always rock. Relive the '80s with classic hits like "Every Rose Has Its Thorn," "I Wanna Know What Love Is," "Here I Go Again" and, of course, "Don't Stop Believing," when Rock of Ages comes to the Haddonfield Plays and Players Performing Arts Center.
How far would you go for love or art? What price would you be willing to pay? Tony-nominated playwright Neil LaBute asks these questions and more in The Shape of Things, a modern-day retelling of the fall of man. In this provocative drama, a young man named Adam dives into an intense relationship with a charismatic art student named Evelyn. Under Evelyn's influence, Adam finds himself radically changing his life. It's not long before their affair veers into the kind of dangerous, seductive territory that LaBute does best. And it's not until the point of Adam's most shocking exhibition -- which challenges our most deeply entrenched ideas about art and love -- that Evelyn reveals her true intentions. Explore notions of romance, art and morality when this darkly comedic drama comes to Hammonton's Eagle Theatre. Your ticket to the show will also include a pre-show walkthrough of an onsite art exhibit featuring a different artist each week, as well as free wine tastings and other special surprises.