Audition for a week-long workshop for a new play written in the style of 39 Steps and based on Bram Stoker’s Dracula. By Gordon Greenberg and Steve Rosen
Combining the epic horror story of Count Dracula with a dash of Mel Brooks and Monty Python, DRACULA: A Comedy of Terrors makes for a lightning fast, laugh-out-loud comedy. Five world-class actors play dozens of zany characters, as they tell their story through illusion and special effects. Dracula’s antics are guaranteed to raise your pulse as you emit blood curdling screams—of laughter!
In the small town of Chesterham, England, the young and charming Edwin Drood has been mysteriously murdered. But by whom? Based on Charles Dickens’ unfinished novel of the same name, The Mystery of Edwin Drood is a hilarious whodunit mystery structured as a show within a show. Rupert Holmes’ Tony Award®-winning musical invites audience members to choose the outcome of the mystery by voting on the killer’s identity.
Brimming with murder, desire, and lust for fame, Chicago tells the story of rival vaudevillian murderesses, Velma and Roxy, who are locked up in Chicago’s Cook County Jail for crimes of passion. Along with a slew of other murdering inmates, Velma and Roxy enlist the help of lawyer Billy Flynn to turn their incarceration into a media frenzy. Packed with sensual choreography and sexy renditions of “Cell Block Tango” and “All That Jazz,” Chicago is sure to give you a little razzle dazzle.
Centered on the relatable angst of growing up, Neil Simon’s Brighton Beach Memoirs follows 15-year-old Eugene Jerome as he navigates the waters of adolescence. Set in 1937 Brooklyn, Simon’s award-winning play perfectly captures a classic coming-of-age story surrounded by identifiable family characters, as they confront the pressures of the impending war. Celebrate the life and works of Neil Simon with a production of his most memorable play.
Frank Loesser’s satiric score pokes fun at big business in this nine-time Tony Award®-winning musical. J. Pierrepont Finch discovers a handbook that shows him how to climb the corporate ladder from lowly window washer to high-powered executive. Filled with iconic tunes such as “The Brotherhood of Man” and “Company Way,” How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying will have you laughing at all-too-familiar office scenarios.