Includes links to specific theatre productions that are NOT musicals.
Dykstra and Greenblatt's comedy is about music, coming of age, and two characters' curious obsessions with the piano.
Native Irish storyteller, Tomaseen Foley, lovingly recreates a Christmas night in 1940's west Ireland, featuring traditional Celtic music, singing, and world champion step dancing.
Brief review of Brett Rickaby's play. Includes pictures.
Explores Christianity through conflicting viewpoints, each embodied by a character obsessed with Jesus Christ.
Official website for the 2008 Broadway revival. Includes cast and creative team biographies, press, and merchandise.
The story of Elvis Presley's impact on American culture. Includes a show history, press releases, and merchandise.
Biographical play about Cohan. Includes biographies of the playwright and star, with photo gallery.
Musical review performed by the boys and girls of Glasgow Scouts and Guides. Longest running show of its kind in the world (since 1936).
A tale of philosophy that sets the foundation of civilization. A battle is to take place between good and evil; between free will and enslavement.
Details of published shows with music demos including "Henry The Tudor Dude" and "The Rumpelstiltskin Racket". As performed by both amateur and professional groups in the UK and around the world.
The official site of the show containing all the information such as venue, dates, and tickets prices.
A show which mixes African percussion, tap dance, voice, and sand dance.
An existentialist play that tells of the invasion of a man's soul, his will and the relinquishing of his soul to nonexistence. Written by Gerard Denza, showing in New York City.
Original play written and directed by Mickey Blaine.
Paper Son is Byron Yee's critically acclaimed solo show about growing up in Oklahoma, moving to California, becoming a stand-up comedian, then finding his heritage.
A comedy in two acts about a father and son.
Based on the screenplay by Stewart Stern, the drama is in limited engagement and runs through October 30, 2005.
Christopher Tait performs as the world's most famous poet, Robert Burns, in full period costume and wig.
Broadway musical featuring the music of Journey, Whitesnake, Styx, Bon Jovi. Official website offers tickets, biographies, news, and merchandise.
Review of a play from set in the "Atomic Age", where characters are involved in a murder at a Tupperware party.
A comedy whodunit where the audience gets to catch the killer. The longest running off-broadway play in American Theatre History.
New play explores the tension-fraught friendship between a gay and a straight man who work together at a Los Angeles clothing store.
A physical theatre performance about domestic violence.
Official site for the stage production of the Alfred Hitchcock film The 39 Steps. Features ticketing information, news, reviews, and biographies.
History and resources on 19th century playwright George Coleman and his play 'The Law Of Java' including a modern production performed by Royal Holloway University students in 2006.
Baltimore's production of Rudnick's gay Bible story.
The longest running show in the world. Includes booking details, merchandise, show history, and information on the St. Martin's Theatre.
An all-points artistic hodgepodge of music, theatre, and literature that is entertaining and truly original.
Synopsis and review of a free performance of the Chekhov play starring Meryl Streep, Kevin Kline and Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Features biographies of the writers, current cast and director, tour dates, news, and the history of the play.
Fan site for a musical by Ben Elton about Rod Stewart, with pictures, news, message board, and cast information. Playing in London's West End.
A highly caffeinated comedy. The hit show that has charmed audiences around the country.
The website for the backstage comedy by Mary Lynn Dobson.
A spectacular stage production based on the historical legends of Hawaii.
The NYC company of Under Milk Wood by Dylan Thomas performs on college and university campuses and selected commercial venues.
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