In the heat of the South under the gaze of patriarch Big Daddy, the expectations of marriage and family spoil. A birthday party brings a family's skeletons to the surface as each one fights over the bones. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is well known for the 1958 film adaptation starring Elizabeth Taylor, Paul Newman, and Burl Ives which received six Oscar nominations, including Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Director, and Best Adapted Screenplay.
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is recommended for ages 13+. Please be advised that there are adult themes and brief strong language.Buy Tickets Learn More
This gem of a musical, inspired by the 1960 darkly comedic horror film of the same name, will charm your heart with infectious doo-wop songs and endearing characters. A down-on-his-luck resident of Skid Row is offered the girl of his dreams, fame and success from an all-powerful R&B singin' carnivorous plant, but at what cost? Winner of the Drama Desk Award for Best Musical.
Little Shop of Horrors is recommended for ages 13+. Please be advised that there are mild adult themes and brief strong language.Buy Tickets Learn More
Based on the beloved Academy Award-winning Disney film, this nine-time Tony nominated musical continues to win the hearts of people all over the globe. Trapped in her provincial life, a young and intelligent beauty risks everything to become the heroine of her own story and break a wicked spell imprisoning a castle of enchanted misfits and a terrifying beast.
Beauty and the Beast is suitable for all audiences but most enjoyable for ages 5+.Learn More
The international megahit Mamma Mia! uses the greatest songs of ABBA to tell a hilarious story of marriage, family and finding where you belong, proving that in the end the winner takes it all. Come see why more than 54 million people worldwide have laughed and danced to this unforgettable jukebox musical.
Mamma Mia! is suitable for all ages but most enjoyable for ages 8+.Learn More