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  • The Frogs

    The Frogs June 22 - October 10, 2004

    A comedy written in 405 b.c. byAristophanes
    Freely adapted byBurt Shevelove
    Even more freely adapted byNathan Lane
    Music & Lyrics byStephen Sondheim
    Direction & Choreography bySusan Stroman
    Beaumont Theater

    In THE FROGS, the Greek god Dionysos, troubled by the world's ills, embarks on frog-infested journey to Hades with his slave Xanthias to bring back a writer who, by providing words of wit and wisdom, will help save mankind from destruction. Learn More »

    June 22 - October 10, 2004
  • Barbara Cook's Broadway

    Barbara Cook's Broadway June 2 - 26, 2004

    Newhouse Theater

    By popular demand, the extension of Barbara Cook's limited engagement from earlier in the spring of 2004. Learn More »

    June 2 - 26, 2004
  • Barbara Cook's Broadway

    Barbara Cook's Broadway March 19 - April 18, 2004

    Beaumont Theater

    Barbara Cook, who captivated LCT audiences in her brilliant "Mostly Sondheim" concert two years ago, returned to the Beaumont for a limited engagement during the run of King Lear. Learn More »

    March 19 - April 18, 2004
  • King Lear

    King Lear February 11 - April 18, 2004

    Beaumont Theater

    Shakespeare's KING LEAR is the story of an old and vain king unwisely divides his kingdom between his two fawning older daughters and banishes his third daughter, who truly loves him but speaks more modestly. Learn More »

    February 11 - April 18, 2004
  • Big Bill

    Big Bill February 6 - May 16, 2004

    Newhouse Theater

    A portrait of legendary tennis player William Tilden, BIG BILL illuminates the sportsman's distinguished career, extravagant style, personal travails, and, ultimately, his calamitous downfall. Learn More »

    February 6 - May 16, 2004
  • Nothing But the Truth

    Nothing But the Truth November 15, 2003 - January 18, 2004

    A new play byJohn Kani
    Directed byJanice Honeyman
    Newhouse Theater

    NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH explores the strained and complex relationship between those blacks who remained in South Africa to lead the struggle against apartheid and those who returned victoriously after living in exile. Learn More »

    November 15, 2003 - January 18, 2004
  • A Bad Friend

    A Bad Friend May 15 - July 27, 2003

    Newhouse Theater

    A BAD FRIEND focuses on Rose, a typical teenager growing up in 1953 Brooklyn. What isn't typical about Rose, however, is her family's membership in the Communist Party, which leads to betrayal and recriminations in this moving yet funny play. Learn More »

    May 15 - July 27, 2003
  • The Carpetbagger's Children

    The Carpetbagger's Children March 7 - June 30, 2002

    A new play byHorton Foote
    Directed byMichael Wilson
    Newhouse Theater

    In an homage to Chekhov, Horton Foote tells a tale of three sisters--played by Roberta Maxwell, his own daughter, Hallie Foote, and Jean Stapleton--and in the process chronicles Central Texas history from the Confederacy to the present. Learn More »

    March 7 - June 30, 2002
  • Barbara Cook in 'Mostly Sondheim'

    Barbara Cook in 'Mostly Sondheim' December 30, 2001 - August 25, 2002

    Beaumont Theater

    Accompanied by longtime musical director Wally Harper, Barbara Cook performed a memorable evening of songs by the great Stephen Sondheim mixed with songs Sondheim has said he wished he had written. Learn More »

    December 30, 2001 - August 25, 2002
  • QED

    QED October 21, 2001 - Jun 10, 2002

    A new play byPeter Parnell
    Directed byGordon Davidson
    Beaumont Theater

    Alan Alda as Richard Feynman, a Nobel laureate with a larger-than-life personality and a career that included developing the atom bomb and explaining the explosion of the space shuttle Challenger. Learn More »

    October 21, 2001 - Jun 10, 2002
  • Everett Beekin

    Everett Beekin October 19, 2001 - January 6, 2002

    A new play byRichard Greenberg
    Directed byEvan Yionoulis
    Newhouse Theater

    The delightfully clever and heartfelt play spans half a century in the lives of an immigrant Jewish family as they assimilate into American society. Learn More »

    October 19, 2001 - January 6, 2002