The 12th annual three-week festival presents 20 new works in a wide variety of genres and stories and has a little something for everyone who loves musicals. More…
The largest annual musical theatre festival in America will feature 20 new musicals, ranging from the serious to the ridiculous, from conventional musical comedies to avant-garde works, from operetta to punk rock, and everything in between. The 2015 festival includes a true story of a Holocaust survivor and his nine-year journey to find freedom and home, a look at the life of the infamous courtesan Marie Duplessis, a true story inspired musical comedy about illegal immigration, two Elizabethan fools attempting to retell the comedies of Shakespeare, and much more.
See it if like experimental theater, seeing shows as they are being developed.
Don't see it if you aren't willing to sit through something that may not be that great--you aren't patient and willing to see potential
See it if You like seeing Broadway stars up close doing diverse new shows in intimate theaters Saw hip hop, period, comedies and drama Some'll be back
Don't see it if You only want to see expensive new musicals in Broadway theaters for $150 a pop