Shows & Events

Upcoming Shows & Events

Music Mondays: Marilyn Maye—94, Of Course There's More!
Category: Special Performances July 18 at 8:00pm

Known for her powerhouse delivery, electric stage presence, and chatty rapport with the audience, Manhattan’s Queen of Cabaret will amaze audiences at her ability to thrill and delight. You’ll claim she must be 49, not 94!

Sing! Sing a Song!—Weeklong Summer Camp For Kids Ages 4 to 7
Category: Education July 25 at 9:30am

Inspired by the ever-popular My Life: The Musical camps, this new offering will provide lower elementary students the opportunity to learn the basics of musical theater!

Leading the Show—A Character Study Camp with Kayla Matters: Weeklong Teen Summer Camp
Category: Theater Camps July 25 at 9:30am

In Leading the Show: A Character Study Camp, students ages 13-17 will choose one character from the history of musical theatre or plays that they are interested in studying, and with the guidance of director Kayla Matters, take a thorough examination of that character’s arc and journey throughout their respective show.

Comedy Club: Julia Scotti with special guest Anita Wise
Category: Comedy July 30 at 8:00pm

Legendary and acclaimed comedian Julia Scotti will perform live on the Bay Street stage as part of the return of Comedy Club on Saturday, July 30, at 8 p.m. with special guest opener Anita Wise. Julia is a seasoned veteran of the standup scene, having performed across the country and in specials on NBC, Showtime, and Comedy Central.

My Life: The Musical!—Weeklong Camp For Kids Ages 9 to 12
Category: Theater Camps August 1 at 9:30am

In this camp, students in groups ages 9 to 12 will work together with a teaching artist to create and perform their very own musical! In addition to developing ideas for an original script, students will learn standard songs and choreography that culminate in a presentation on the last day of camp for family and friends.

Puppet Theater Play with Christina Rodriguez
Category: Theater Camps August 1 at 9:30am

Christina will transform students into confident puppeteers and empower young learners to tell their own stories with simple materials. In daily three-hour sessions, students will build puppets, learn about theater, and perform their own original stories. Students will also learn about the traditional performing arts of other cultures and master simple script writing.

Mainstage—Ragtime!: Music by Stephen Flaherty, Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens, and Book by Terrence McNally
Category: Mainstage Productions August 2 through August 28

Witness the musical adaptation of E.L. Doctorow’s classic novel that captures the American experience at the turn of the 20th century. The worlds of a wealthy white couple, a Jewish immigrant father and his daughter, and an African American ragtime musician intertwine in this sweeping musical about America’s Golden Age when our nation was mixing, boiling, and changing.

My Life: The Musical!—Weeklong Camp For Kids Ages 7 to 9
Category: Theater Camps August 8 at 9:30am

In this camp, students in groups ages 7 to 9 will work together with a teaching artist to create and perform their very own musical! In addition to developing ideas for an original script, students will learn standard songs and choreography that culminate in a presentation on the last day of camp for family and friends.

Creative Theater Miracles with Stuart Ross: Weeklong Teen Summer Camp
Category: Theater Camps August 8 at 9:30am

Creative Theater Miracles with Stuart Ross introduces the process of creating stories, skits, monologues, songs, and parodies to create a new theater experience. Attendees will work together to create a dazzling new show of their own creation based on their lives, thoughts, and what makes them think, feel, and laugh.

Creating Your Own Work—Write And Tell Your Own Story with Cecelia Ticktin: Weeklong Teen Summer Camp
Category: Theater Camps August 8 at 9:30am

Creating Your Own Work: Learning How To Write And Tell Your Own Story with Cecelia Ticktin is the camp that every actor wishes they attended when they were younger. Using creative writing exercises and movement, campers will get to know each other, get their creative juices flowing, and learn how to give and receive critical feedback.