Two unlikely roommates—a neat-freak journalist and a sloppy sports writer—drive each other up the wall in this laugh-out-loud, screwball comedy. Oscar, who is divorced, and Felix, who has only recently split up, must learn what it means to get along. This classic is just the right amount of odd.
Music by Alan Menken; Lyrics by Jack Feldman; Book by Harvey Fierstein
A ragtag team of newsboys go on strike and take on notorious publisher, Joseph Pulitzer, when the price of “papes” surges and they’re hung out to dry. Based on the classic Disney film, this new musical features catchy songs and a posse of newsboy underdogs you can’t help but root for.
Book by Claudia Shear, Tim Federle; Music by Chris Miller; Lyrics by Nathan Tysen
Eleven-year-old Winnie Foster yearns for adventure, but until she stumbles on the eternally young Tuck family, she has no idea how far—and for how long—that adventure might take her. A new musical based on the classic children’s book, Winnie must choose between eternity with the Tucks or mortality.
On December 4, 1956, music legends Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, and Jerry Lee Lewis held an impromptu jam session when they all ended up at the recording studio at the same time. This toe-tapping true story takes you to Memphis, Tennessee for the once-in-a-lifetime shindig that defined rock and roll.
Charley and Jack are hopelessly in love, but Victorian etiquette requires a chaperone at all times—even while they propose. Fortunately, Charley’s Brazilian aunt is coming to visit. The bad news? She doesn’t arrive. The good news? Their buddy Babbs can pull off a dress. A hilarious British farce.
Book by Richard Henry Morris, Dick Scanlan; New Music by Jeanine Tesori; New Lyrics by Dick Scanlan
Millie Dillmount has a one-way ticket from Kansas to 1922 New York City where she wants to marry for money and live the modern life, but her grand plan quickly goes awry. This award-winning musical is filled with tap dancing, bobbed hair, and the high spirits of the Jazz Age.
Celebrate the season with HCTO’s original musical retelling of Charles Dickens’ beloved A Christmas Carol—the classic story of the three Christmas spirits who give penny-pinching Ebenezer Scrooge a chance to redeem his life of selfishness. An annual tradition or a heart-warming addition to your family’s Christmas season.