Carrie White is not like the other girls in Chamberlain, Maine. At high school, she is the source of everyones jokes, and at home, she is at the mercy of her god-fearing, overprotective mother. But, thats not what sets her apart from everyone else. Carrie has discovered a power growing inside of her. Something strong. And when she is pushed too far, she finds herself in a situation where she just might have to use it. Based on Stephen King's best selling novel, Carrie: the Musical has grown in popularity since its 1988 Broadway production. With the book by Lawrence D. Cohen (film screenwriter), music by Academy Award winner Michael Gore (Fame, Terms of Endearment), and lyrics by Academy Award winner Dean Pitchford (Fame, Footloose), this thrilling, reimagined musical will keep you up at night.
Robert Askins' Hand to God pushes the boundaries of the audience in this raunchy comedy about faith, morality, and the complicated relationships we have with each other. After the death of his father, Jason finds an outlet in his mothers Christian Puppet Ministry in the devoutly christian town, Cypress, Texas. Things start to get worse when his puppet, Tyrone, starts to take on a dangerous and shockingly irreverent personality of his own. After a successful Broadway run in 2015, and a London run in 2016, Hand to God has gained a following all around the world.
In 2016, the Chicago Cubs had yet to win The World Series in 108 years. Derek, the Cubs new pitcher is really feeling the heat, on and off the field. When he learns about this new guidebook that details the rules to having unattached sex, he makes it his mission to get his newly single best friend, Zack, back into the game. Jackie, the Cubs publicist, is playing the field in the Wrigleyville bars. When their paths cross, their strictly business relationship gets a bit more complicated. This fun-loving, comedic musical has recently been successfully produced with Underscore Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.