SEX ON BROADWAY – SEPTEMBER 30-OCTOBER 1
No sex, just Broadway! Our annual all-frosh cabaret show produced and performed by the incoming class of 2026.
ONEGIN – NOVEMBER 11-13
It’s Russia, it’s winter, it’s a long time ago… In 1819, the arrival of the handsome rogue Evgeni Onegin in the Russian country sparks love and jealousy among the members of the Larin family. This reimagining of Alexander Pushkin’s classic poem explores connection, longing, and betrayal and invites its audience to get lost in its irresistible romance.
By Amiel Gladstone and Veda Hille
Directed by Chloe Webster ’25
MEMPHIS – DECEMBER 8-10
Set in the turbulent times of the 1950s in Memphis, Tennessee, Memphis is a story of love, struggle, and the power of music. The musical style reflects the rhythm and blues that play in Delray’s, a Black-owned club on Beale Street, and the birth of rock and roll that erupts at the time. Memphis follows Huey Calhoun, a white DJ, and Felicia Farrell, a talented Black singer, and their journey to get Felicia’s music on the radio.
Music and lyrics by David Bryan // Book and lyrics by Joe DiPietro
Directed by Layla Williams ’25
LITTLE WOMEN – FEBRUARY 23-25
Follow Jo March and her sisters as they find their voices in the Civil War-era Northeast, fighting to make their dreams realities in the face of a society that stifles them. A musical adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s beloved classic that has stood the test of time, LITTLE WOMEN’s female-centric perspective shines a light on the radical families of a turbulent time in this country’s history. Full of drama, love, tragedy, and hope, LITTLE WOMEN has something for us all.
Book by Allan Knee // Lyrics by Mindi Dickstein // Music by Jason Howland
Directed by Alison Silldorff ’25 and Faith Wangermann ’25
[THE UNTITLED GROUP THERAPY MUSICAL] – MARCH 30
6 teens. 1 therapist. Tonnes of angst. This is a new concept musical, telling the stories of 6 teens and their therapist as they undergo a singular group therapy session. The teens are pushed to not only delve into their pasts, presents and futures, but also learn that what they thought made them so different will actually bond them like no other experience ever has.
A new musical by Matthew Weatherhead ’23
LAID OFF – APRIL 27-29
What happens when a construction worker meets a professional ballet dancer? Bobby Tuna lives with his eccentric mother, struggling to find contracting jobs during the financial crisis of 2008. Along with his wise-cracking, hockey-loving friends, he begins working on renovations for the city’s ballet company. He unexpectedly finds himself falling for Dallas, a corps de ballet member in the company… and the girlfriend of his boss Derill Mafa. With his hilarious henchmen Morton and Goon, Derill Mafa will do whatever he can to thwart the growing relationship between Bobby and Dallas. Tightly-knit friendships, shared financial hardships, and comedic antics bring the characters to life when two vastly different worlds—building and ballet—collide.
A new musical by Aaron Ventresca ’24