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Pink, Pink, Pink… Pinkalicious loves pink – especially pink cupcakes! Her parents warn her not to eat too many of them but she can’t help herself. A delightful musical based on the popular book by Elizabeth and Victoria Kann on being yourself and the importance of healthy eating!Read more
Actor and TV legend Ed Asner brings his acclaimed one-man show, A Man and His Prostate, to MATCH for one show only. Written by Asner's long-time friend, Ed. Weinberger, whose own impressive credits include a lengthy career in television (Mary Tyler Moore, Taxi, the Cosby Show), A Man and His Prostate is based on Weinberger's real-life story of becoming ill while vacationing in Italy. Weinberger's near tragedy is performed as a monologue by Asner as he visits the hospital in preparation for a surgery he needs but doesn't want. Never has a visit to the hospital been so funny.Read more
A young man stands on trial for a crime of passion. Triply scorned-as an Asian, a homosexual, and now a murderer-nineteen year old John Lee has confessed to shooting his lover in a public lavatory in London. A winner of the London Fringe Award for Best Play, Porcelain dissects the crime through a prism of conflicting voices that recreate the murder through newscasts, flashbacks, and John's own recollection to a prison psychiatrist. Read more
You've probably seen the recent film adaptation "Into the Woods", now come and see all the amazing bits that were left out including a number that was cut from the Original Broadway show! Into the Woods is one of, if not the most, popular musicals in the Sondheim repertoire. Come see our minimal but effective set using incredible lighting design, projections, and a single platform to effectively communicate the vision from the original production! Read more
A finalist for the 1988 Pulitzer Prize in Drama, Talk Radio is based in part on the assassination of radio host Alan Berg, as well as the book, "Talked to Death: The Life and Murder of Alan Berg by Stephen Singular." Read more
Love Has No Color- A dynamic play that will depict some of black peoples greatest challenges during the 18 and 19 hundreds. The play caters to the sensitive dialogue of time past and present day. This thought-provoking collections of real-life adversities is sure to captivate the audience of all race, age, and religion. A message of hope, love, and dialogue. Read more
- October 2016: Bajo Terapia (In Therapy)
- October 2016: Carrie: The Musical
- October 2016: Chaos Theory
- October 2016: The Musical of Musicals, The Musical!
- October 2016: Duck for President
- September 2016: Buried Child
- September 2016: The Burnin'
- August 2016: MIDTOWN: LIVE!
- August 2016: Mary Poppins
- August 2016: Grease: School Version