June 11 – July 12
Music & Lyrics by Cole Porter
Book by Bella & Samuel Spewack
Sparkling with 18 classic Cole Porter songs, this Tony-winner is musical comedy paradise. Opening the 20th Anniversary Season.
July 17 – August 2
By Hugh Whitemore
The powerful true story of Alan Turing, the famed mathematician and computer science pioneer who broke Hitler’s Enigma code.
By Mark St. Germain
A romantic comedy about a young man with Asperger’s and his relationship with an injured Broadway dancer.
By Arthur Miller
An adaptation of the play by Henrik Ibsen
This powerful drama explores the impact of polluted waters in a small town and the consequences to one man of uncovering the truth.
May 21 – June 14
By Sharr White
Nothing is as it seems. Piece by piece, a mystery unfolds as fact blurs with fiction, past collides with present and the elusive truth boils to the surface.
June 18 – July 6
Based on “Una Giornata Particolare” by Ettore Scola, Ruggero Maccari & Adapted by Gigliola Fantoni
A life-changing encounter between an overworked housewife and a mysterious bachelor on the day Rome celebrates Hitler’s visit to Mussolini’s Italy.
July 16 – August 10
Book by Michel Hausmann
Music by Salomon Lerner
Lyrics by Len Schiff
A world premiere from the Musical Theatre Lab about a Hungarian-Jewish family living in Batista’s Havana on the brink of the Cuban Revolution.
Book by Rachel Sheinkin
Music & Lyrics by William Finn
A musical about a woman who’s 20-months pregnant and refuses to give birth until the world is a better place. A workshop from the Musical Theatre Lab.
Book by Jim Brochu
Music & Lyrics by various composers
Following his sold-out run of Zero Hour, Jim Brochu returns to BSC to put his stamp on an original musical valentine to the Great White Way.
July 23 – August 10
Book by Mark O’Donnell & Thomas Meehan
Music by Marc Shaiman
Lyrics by Scott Wittman & Marc Shaiman
Tracy Turnblad pursues her dream of dancing on national television and navigates the racial tensions and stereotypes of the 1960s in this high energy musical.
July 20 & 21
Join this multi-talented ASCAP Award-winning musical theater composer as he fiddles you a tune, tickles you an ivory, strums you a ballad, and tells you a joke.
July 27 & 28
Music by Joel Waggoner
Book & Lyrics by Eric Price
A staged reading of a new musical about three generations of illusionists—and the woman who loves all of them.
Broadway’s tallest tapper and Tony Award-winner Tommy Tune enchants audiences for one night only!
August 3 & 4
After years of glowing reviews for her Broadway and Cabaret performances nationwide, Alix Korey has created a tribute to the great Ethel Merman.
The Tony-nominated Callaway sisters headline in a show ignited with unforgettable songs.
August 16 & 17
Join us for 10-Minute Musicals, written by a group of young and very talented songwriters and performed by our equally talented Musical Theatre Apprentices.
For one night only, Shakina recounts in song and story her exploits and misadventures.
Eli’s All-Stars bring to life delicious Armstrong rarities, side by side with the greatest jazz and pop hits, from “Black and Blue” to “It’s a Wonderful World”.
Eli’s All-Stars perform Gershwin favorites, including the swirling of “Fascinatin’ Rhythm” and the glorious “They Can’t Take That Away From Me”.
August 29 & 30
BSC presents a revue celebrating the music of two-time Tony Award-winning Composer and Lyricist William Finn, featuring some of the most beloved songs from his acclaimed musicals
The critically-acclaimed singer/songwriter brings her cool, eclectic folk-inspired music to BSC for one night only.
A hilarious and irreverent theatrical song cycle steeped in musical traditions including jazz, blues, folk, country and lounge.
A conversation with Rabbi Josh Breindel as he discusses the history of the golem in Jewish folklore and in the musical The Golem of Havana.
A conversation with Michael McManmon, founder of the College Internship Program, and Michael Forbes Wilcox, Commissioner, Massachusetts Special Commission Relative to Autism.
A conversation with composer/lyricist William Finn and bookwriter Rachel Sheinkin about reimagining Romance in Hard Times
A conversation with Dr. Henry Art, Professor of Biology & Environmental Studies at Williams College, Judy Grinnell, Director of the Hoosic River Revival, and Dennis Regan, the Berkshire Director the Housatonic River Association.