Set during Hollywood’s notorious blacklist period, FELLOW TRAVELERS explores the complicated relationship between three American icons: director Elia Kazan, writer Arthur Miller, and actress Marilyn Monroe. Look behind the glitter and glamour of the Silver Screen and Broadway to see how the politics of the McCarthy era affected their friendship, and how their friendship affected their work in this intimate and passionate world premiere.
This acclaimed play brings you inside the landmark series of interviews between David Frost and former President Nixon that occurred three years after he resigned. With the greatest political scandal in modern history far from forgotten and many of the nation’s questions left unanswered, what ensues is a battle of wits that pits an ambitious journalist against one of America’s most controversial presidents. Frost/Nixon is a riveting story of the collision of politics and the media.
From poverty to stardom to political dominance, Evita follows Vthe life of Eva Perón and her ascent to the top as the First Lady of Argentina. Bay Street will offer its signature treatment of a large-scale musical: a visceral experience in a thrust theater that allows the viewer to get close to the iconic characters and Perón’s infamous rise to power. The beloved score includes the songs “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina,” “Buenos Aires” and “Another Suitcase in Another Hall.”
In this true story of extremes– from perfect model Mormon in Utah to perfect rent boy in Manhattan–outcast Steven Fales ultimately finds a middle ground and learns what it means to finally come home. After conversion therapy, excommunication, divorce, prostitution and drugs, an exiled sixth-generation Latter-gay Saint reclaims his kids and Donny Osmond smile. This extraordinary, life-affirming journey to hell and back is told with humor, song, and The Book of Mormon.