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Hamilton Jun 2 - Nov 22, 2020  
Pantages Theatre Hamilton
 
HAMILTON is the story of America's Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, an immigrant from the West Indies who became George Washington's right-hand man during the Revolutionary War and was the new nation’s first Treasury Secretary. Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, blues, rap, R&B, and Broadway, HAMILTON is the story of America then, as told by America now.
 
   
My Fair Lady Jun 12 - Jul 5, 2020  
Dolby Theatre My Fair Lady
 
Boasting such classic songs as "I Could Have Danced All Night," "The Rain in Spain," "Wouldn't It Be Loverly" and "On the Street Where You Live," MY FAIR LADY tells the story of Eliza Doolittle, a young Cockney flower seller, and Henry Higgins, a linguistics professor who is determined to transform her into his idea of a "proper lady." But who is really being transformed?
 
   
'night, Mother Jun 20 - Aug 30, 2020  
Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum 'night, Mother
 
'night, Mother by Marsha Norman. Life in the Cates household is changed forever when 40-something Jessie announces to her mother that she plans to kill herself before the night is over. As Norman's Pulitzer Prize-winning play unfolds in real-time, Thelma desperately works to convince her daughter that life is worth living. Real-life mother and daughter Ellen and Willow Geer star in this eloquent and darkly humorous American classic hailed as one of the most powerful contemporary dramas ever written.
 
   
The Band's Visit Jul 7 - Jul 26, 2020  
Dolby Theatre The Band's Visit
 
The Band's Visit is about a meeting of two groups of strangers, brought together by a simple mishap. Instead of ending up in the bustling city of Petah Tikva in Israel, an Egyptian police band accidentally end up in the small, isolated town of the similarly-pronounced Bet Hatikva and are taken in by the locals for one night. Although the setting is the catalyst for David Yazbek's beautiful, Middle Eastern-infused score, you could pick this story up and place it in any isolated town or village anywhere in the world. It is this universal aspect to the story that audiences are connecting to. A small, "unimportant" story is speaking volumes about humanity and how we can form bonds with those we usually wouldn't encounter in our regular lives. How do we overcome our loneliness? How do we re-connect with our estranged loved ones?
 
   
Treasure Island Jul 10 - Jul 26, 2020  
Carpenter Performing Arts Center Treasure Island
 
People have been embarking on the timeless adventure of Treasure Island for well over a century, but when’s the last time you heard the dastardly Long John Silver burst into song? Well, get ready to meet some pirates who love to hit high notes while they sail the high seas of Long Beach.
 
   
The Last, Best Small Town Jul 11 - Sep 27, 2020  
Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum The Last, Best Small Town
 
Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum presents the world premiere of The Last, Best Small Town by local playwright John Guerra. Two neighboring families — one Latinx and one white — live in nearby Fillmore, the self-proclaimed “Last, Best Small Town in Southern California.” Set during the first decade of the 2000s, immediately following the financial crisis, the children of these families come of age, fall in love, suffer loss, and continually hunt for their place in a changed world that can no longer promise them a better life than their parents. Guerra’s play is a striking 21st-century response to Thornton Wilder’s Our Town.
 
   
Two Trains Running Sep 5 - Oct 3, 2020  
South Coast Repertory Two Trains Running
 
As the Civil Rights Movement sweeps the nation, Pittsburgh's Hill District undergoes a transformation. It's 1969, and Memphis Lee's diner is slated to be demolished, a casualty of urban renewal. While he fights city hall for a fair price, Memphis and his customers gather daily to gossip, confront the realities of their lives and dream of the future. Described by Variety as "a work by a writer at the peak of his powers," Two Trains Running revisits a time of extraordinary change and the ordinary people left behind. Recommended for high school and up.
 
   
Threshold Sep 27 - Oct 18, 2020  
South Coast Repertory Threshold
 
In this autobiographical journey infused with music and movement, celebrated actress Amy Brenneman (Heat, "Judging Amy," "The Leftovers," "Goliath") takes us along as she learns how to become a true ally to her daughter Charlotte, born with a rare chromosomal abnormality. Years of testing and assessment yield frustratingly few results, leading Brenneman to surrender to a new path forward. Funny, poignant and powerful, Threshold, starring Brenneman, takes a bold look at preconceptions of disability, what we consider "normal," and the promise/challenge of a truly inclusive society.
 
   
Quixote Nuevo Oct 17 - Nov 14, 2020  
South Coast Repertory Quixote Nuevo
 
This modern retelling of Don Quixote from one of the storytellers behind the animated film Coco bursts with imagination and Tejano music. With his trusted sidekick, the valiant knight-a.k.a. Jose Quijano-embarks on a dangerous quest to reunite with his long-lost love. But nothing is as it seems, and while Jose gets lost in his chivalrous fantasies, the family and community around him must wrestle with his stark reality. This fast-paced, bilingual fable about the joys and perils of being the hero of your own story was proclaimed "revelatory" by the San Francisco Chronicle.
 
   
Oklahoma! Nov 3 - Nov 22, 2020  
Dolby Theatre Oklahoma!
 
Stripped down to reveal the darker psychological truths at its core, Daniel Fish's production tells a story of a community circling its wagons against an outsider, and the frontier life that shaped America. Upending the sunny romance of a farmer and a cowpoke, this OKLAHOMA! allows the classic musical - and our country - to be seen in a whole new light.
 
   
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown Nov 6 - Nov 22, 2020  
South Coast Repertory You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
 
Good grief! The whole "Peanuts" gang is here-Lucy, Linus, Snoopy and, of course, that wishy-washy blockhead, Charlie Brown. He's never pitched a winning baseball game and he can't muster the courage to talk to the Little-Red Haired Girl. But all his best qualities-and those of his clever friends-get celebrated in this delightful musical filled with gleeful tunes such as My Blanket and Me, Suppertime and Happiness.
 
   
A Christmas Carol Nov 28 - Dec 27, 2020  
South Coast Repertory A Christmas Carol
 
It's your last chance to see the holiday favorite that audiences have been raving about for 40 years before we unveil an all-new version in 2021. Recapture the spirit of an old-fashioned Christmas with this timeless Dickens classic and all your favorite characters-Tiny Tim and the Cratchit family, the Fezziwigs, the Ghosts of Christmas past, present and yet-to-come-and everyone's favorite curmudgeon, Ebenezer Scrooge. This grand and glorious holiday tradition "beautifully rings in the season" (The Daily Pilot). SCR Founding Artist Richard Doyle, known for years as The Ghost of Christmas Past, will step into the role of Ebenezer Scrooge.
 
   
Tiger Style! Jan 3 - Jan 24, 2021  
South Coast Repertory Tiger Style!
 
What happens when "tiger parenting" goes wrong? Meet Albert and Jennifer Chen-brother and sister, once brilliant students and musicians, now epic failures leading unfulfilling lives. The problem? Their parents set unrealistic standards. The solution? Escape from Irvine and go on an "Asian Freedom Tour" to Shenzen, China-a hilarious, eye-opening journey filled with colorful characters, intrigue and surprise. Expect "comic sparks from the collision between expectations and outcomes" (Boston Globe) in this sharp comedy about today's family.
 
   
The Illusionists Jan 12 - Jan 17, 2021  
Dolby Theatre The Illusionists
 
THE ILLUSIONISTS - LIVE FROM BROADWAY is produced by Simon Painter, Tim Lawson and MagicSpace Entertainment. Conceived by Simon Painter, the show's creative team also includes executive producer Tim Lawson, director Neil Dorward and creative director Jim Millan. Full of hilarious magic tricks, death-defying stunts and acts of breathtaking wonder, THE ILLUSIONISTS has shattered box office records worldwide and thrilled audiences of all ages with a mind-blowing spectacular showcasing the jaw-dropping talents of seven of the most incredible illusionists on earth.
 
   
Our Town Jan 23 - Feb 20, 2021  
South Coast Repertory Our Town
 
May 7, 1901. Life has begun in Grover's Corners, New Hampshire. Milk is being delivered. Breakfast is on the stove. We meet the town gossips, the boys who play baseball and the choirmaster with a secret sorrow. And soon teenagers George Gibbs and Emily Webb will go from friends to puppy love to wedding day and beyond-two families forever joined together. And as they come to terms with the meaning of their lives, this Pulitzer Prize-winning American classic beautifully celebrates our own shared humanity. SCR Founding Artist Hal Landon Jr. is featured as The Stage Manager.
 
   
Last Stop on Market Street Feb 5 - Feb 21, 2021  
South Coast Repertory Last Stop on Market Street
 
Come along on a musical joy ride! CJ is staying with his Nana in the city, where everything is different than home. The food, the people, the noise-it's too much. He just wants to stay inside and watch videos, but Nana's having none of that. So together they board the Number 5 bus for an adventure, and CJ learns to look past the surface and appreciate the good in others.
 
   
The 39 Steps Mar 7 - Mar 28, 2021  
South Coast Repertory The 39 Steps
 
Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel and add a dash of Monty Python-you get a fast-paced whodunit The New York Times called "absurdly enjoyable, gleefully theatrical!" Richard meets an exotic woman who claims she's a spy. Within hours, she is mysteriously murdered and he's on the run, pursued by a dangerous secret order. Packed with romance, thrills, unforgettable characters and ingenious stagecraft, this love letter to the theatre has delighted audiences from London to Broadway and back.
 
   

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