TAGGED WITH MUSIC
Pinocchio is a naughty puppet! And he’ll never be a “real boy” until he goes to school—and stays out of trouble. But there are so many temptations along the way. Get set for lots of comedy, songs and clowning around as Pinocchio learns about love and family—and what it means to be human.
For the first time, Evelina Fernández’s epic award-winning trilogy, 'Faith,’ ‘Hope’ and ‘Charity,’ will be presented in its entirety as one unforgettable tour de force. Audiences can choose to enjoy this adventure over the course of two evenings or as one thrilling, all-day immersive experience.
Outlandish staging of 1985’s "Porn Rock" Senate hearing. Al & Tipper Gore want rock lyrics censored via album warning stickers. Frank Zappa, Twisted Sister's Dee Snider & John Denver defend the 1st Amendment w/blisteringly funny testimony. Rock music is on trial. Who do YOU stand with? Who will win?
Los Angeles. 1944. A girl's gone missing, but a gumshoe is hot on the case. A Film Noir Comedy Caburlesque. From the man behind last year's Tarantino-esque ZIP TIES and the guy responsible for 2014's hit comedy ROMEO AND JULIET IN HELL and the talented and sexy caburlesque ladies of CHERRY POPPINS!
The inseparable Lenore Sisters kept their harmonies tight from the vaudeville circuit to the recording studio. But their tune changed after the suspicious death of their promoter. Did one of the sisters get away with murder? Each sister tells her version of their fall from fame in words and song.
Rubicon Theatre Company continues the second season of the Janet and Mark L. Goldenson Broadway Musical Concert Series with a celebration of one of the most significant and popular American songwriting teams of all time, George and Ira Gershwin, in a concert entitled WHO COULD ASK FOR ANYTHING MORE?
The true story of King’s remarkable rise to stardom, from being part of a hit songwriting team with her husband Gerry Goffin, to her relationship with fellow writers and best friends Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann, to becoming one of the most successful solo acts in popular music history.
Heard but not seen,a jazz musician is the central figure. His muses are his wife and daughter, both dancers, both tethered by their hearts. Like moths to flame,his music keeps them close, as he drinks his way toward destruction. A gold hat from A Chorus Line,is one woman’s glorious salvation.