"A big-hearted musical that breaks the mold." - The New York Times

"Triumphant! Not since Rent has a musical invested so many bravura roles with so much individual life." - Variety

"Stirring‚ Breathtaking & Exceptionally Relevant. Works this ambitious broaden our perspective of what theater can do." - Buzzfeed

Inspired by the themes and emotions laid bare in Alanis Morissette’s Grammy Award-winning album, Jagged Little Pill is an original story about pain, healing, and empowerment. The Healys appear to be a picture-perfect suburban family—but looks can be deceiving. When the Healys’ lives are disrupted by a series of disturbing events, they must choose between maintaining the status quo or facing harsh truths about themselves, their community, and the world around them. Jagged Little Pill recently concluded its world premiere production at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where it ran May - July 2018.

Including iconic songs “Ironic,” “You Oughta Know,” and “Hand In My Pocket,” Jagged Little Pill incorporates selections from Morissette’s catalogue and new material written for this musical helmed by the A.R.T.'s artistic director Diane Paulus (WaitressFinding NeverlandPippinThe Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess) and featuring a book by Academy Award-winning screenwriter Diablo Cody (Juno), music supervision, orchestrations and arrangements by Tom Kitt (Next to Normal), and choreography by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui (Beyoncé’s 2017 Grammy performance).

“This team that has come together for this Jagged Little Pill musical is my musical theatre dream come true,” said Morissette in a statement. “The chemistry between all of us is crackling and I feel honored to be diving into these songs again, surrounded by all of this searing talent. Diablo and Diane are already taking these deeply personal songs that are part of my soul’s marrow to a whole other level of hope, freedom and complexity.”

The producing team behind the project includes Vivek J. Tiwary, Arvind Ethan David, and Eva Price.
 

Photo Credit: Evgenia Eliseeva

 
 

“Daniel Fish’s vibrant, essential excavation of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s 1943 classic asks that we listen with virgin ears…. And what do we hear? Why, America singing, of course, in all its insolence and innocence, its optimism and anxiety, its gregariousness and its guardedness — America as it was, and is, and probably shall ever be.”
Ben Brantley, New York Times (2015)

On the 75th anniversary of the wartime premiere of Oklahoma!, Daniel Fish’s timely production at St. Ann's Warehouse, complete with a seven-piece band playing all new arrangements, upends the sunny romance between a farmer and a cowpoke with “what has always been just below the surface of this magnificent musical” — the darker psychological truths of a community circling the wagons against an outsider. Oklahoma! feels as fresh and as revelatory as if written for today’s America. (The New York Times)

Photo Credit: Brigitte Lacombe

 
 

“FUNNY and NOSTALGIA-FUELED. The choice lines and inspired soundtrack hits are all there…THE BEST OF THE ’90s!” - The New York Times

“Fun, Sexy, and Seductive. It’s a great time!” - HuffPost

Adapted from Roger Kumble’s 1999 thriller of the same name, Cruel Intentions: The Musical follows two privileged step siblings who play the ultimate game of seduction and revenge at an elite Manhattan school. It is created by Jordan Ross, Lindsey Rosin, and Roger Kumble, and features '90s hits as well as songs from the cult film’s soundtrack. The show features immersive stage direction by Rosin, choreography by Jennifer Weber, and music direction and arrangements by Zach Spound.

Cruel Intentions: The Musical returned to (Le) Poisson Rouge in New York City in November 2017. It was originally scheduled to play a two-and-a-half month run but was extended into April 2018. The show played a sold-out, pop-up engagement at the cabaret venue earlier in 2017 following two hit productions in Los Angeles.

Cruel Intentions: The Musical is produced by Eva Price and Sucker Love Productions. The show debuted at The Rockwell Table & Stage in Los Angeles in 2015, where it ran for 38 sold-out performances, before transferring to L.A.’s Prospect Theatre, where it sold out again, in November 2016. The 2017 pop-up engagement at (Le) Poisson Rouge marked the show’s New York premiere.

Photo Credit: Jenny Anderson

 
 

“One of the most remarkable shows in musical theater history.” The Washington Post

"A gorgeous new musical for anyone with a beating heart" - The New York Times

Dear Evan Hansen, Thanks for Finding Us. We've Been Waiting for a Musical Like You.” - TIME Magazine

A letter that was never meant to be seen, a lie that was never meant to be told, a life he never dreamed he could have. Evan Hansen is about to get the one thing he’s always wanted: a chance to finally fit in.Both deeply personal and profoundly contemporary, Dear Evan Hansen is a new American musical about life and the way we live it.

With music and lyrics by Tony winners Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (A Christmas StoryDogfight, TV's Smash) and direction by the legendary Michael Greif (Rent), Dear Evan Hansen received its world premiere in 2015 at Arena Stage in Washington, D.C. It was subsequently produced Off-Broadway by Second Stage in the spring of 2016 before transferring to Broadway that fall, where it struck a remarkable chord with audiences and critics. It went on to win 6 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theatre Album.

Photo Credits: Matthew Murphy, Margot Schulman

 
 

“A generous dose of contemporary spirit sure to heat up even the most restless and wintry of souls.”   - The New York Times

“The Hip Hop Nutcracker turns Tchaikovsky on his head, in the coolest possible way.” - CBS

A holiday mash-up for the whole family, The Hip Hop Nutcracker re-imagines Tchaikovsky’s classic score through explosive hip hop choreography. A dozen all-star dancers, on-stage DJ and an electric violinist bring the traditional Nutcracker story to life in contemporary New York City. This evening-length show celebrates love, community and the magic of the holiday season.

 
 

 “As entertaining as it is transcendent.” - Time Out New York

In the overwhelming quiet of the woods, six runaways from city life embark on a silent retreat. As these strangers confront internal demons both profound and absurd, their vows of silence collide with the achingly human need to connect. Filled with awkward and insightful humor, this unique and compassionate new play asks how we address life’s biggest questions when words fail us.

After its critically acclaimed, sold-out New York engagements, Small Mouth Sounds embarked on a multi-city national tour. Theatregoers nationwide got the chance to see this uplifting and uproarious new play written by Drama Desk Award winner Bess Wohl (Pretty Filthy) and directed by Tony Award nominee Rachel Chavkin (Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812).

Photo Credits: Ben Arons

 
 

“A welcome edge of surreal authenticity. A sharp ensemble. Rollicking, ingenious showstoppers! The best date night show of the season” - New York Post

“Cleverness and joy! Exuberantly executed musical treats by a cast of ten spirited talents!” - The Observer

They say that no one writes letters anymore, but Davy knows that’s not true. Ever since the day he found an absurdly funny note meant for someone else on the windshield of his car, he’s been obsessed with collecting and sharing the surprising, hilarious and irreverent notes and letters that surround us every day, everywhere we go. Based on Davy Rothbart’s popular Found books, magazines, tours, and appearances on This American Life, this original musical comedy is a raucous exploration of human connection, friendship, and the beautiful weirdness in all of us.

Tony-nominated book writer Hunter Bell ( [title of show] ) joins composer/lyricist Eli Bolin and director Lee Overtree in creating this semi-autobiographical account of Davy’s life and loves. Presented by an award-winning team of producers, writers and designers, Found explores both the objects and the people we encounter along our way, and reveals the stories hidden in plain sight in the world around us.

Photo Credits: Kevin Thomas Garcia