The Phoenix Theatre Company Announces 101st Season Lineup

The Phoenix Theatre Company is announcing its 101st season, which includes 10 shows, all presented at its multi-venue complex in the heart of the Central Arts District. The seasons kicks off July 8 and includes fresh-from-Broadway hits, returning favorites, classic musicals and a world premiere of an original production developed through The Phoenix Theatre Company’s Festival of New American Theatre.

“At some point, each of us is going to face a serious obstacle. It can be an external force or an internal crisis, but the result is the same: we find ourselves at a crossroads. If we’re lucky, we emerge from that experience changed for the better. Each play in our new season tells that kind of story. These stories inspire us. They lift us up and unite us. We see ourselves in these heroes and it reminds us that we are stronger than our fears.”

Michael Barnard, Producing Artistic Director

101st Season Lineup

The King’s SpeechJuly 8 – Aug. 9 The true story of a stammering king, a nation at war and the triumph of human spirit.

Ride the Cyclone, Aug. 5 – Aug. 30 A wildly imaginative and spellbinding story of lost youth with a killer soundtrack.

On Your Feet, Sept. 2 – Oct. 11 Infused with the heartbeat of Little Havana, the “Rhythm Is Gonna Get You” in this story about the life and times of Gloria and Emilio Estefan.

The Color Purple, Oct. 7 – Dec. 6 Freshly imagined as a musical, this beloved story of sisterhood and perseverance is sure to move audiences.

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, Nov. 11 – Jan. 3 Magic comes from the unlikeliest places. Audiences will get lost in this Rodgers and Hammerstein holiday gem.

Singin’ in the Rain, Jan. 27 – Mar, 28 Defy the doldrums with this heartwarming classic made bigger and brighter than ever.

Lunch at Audrey’s, Feb. 17 – Mar. 7 Audrey Hepburn offers you a rare glimpse into a day in her life in this charming world premiere.

In The Heights, Mar. 31 – May 30 Before there was Hamilton, there was In The Heights, back on stage by popular demand.

Murder on the Orient Express, Apr. 21 – May 9 With a locomotive full of suspects and an alibi for each one, can detective Hercule Poirot solve the mystery?

Ragtime, June 2 – June 27 Hailed as one of the greatest musicals of all time, Ragtime tells the story of America poised for change.

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