2020-21 Season

As of this date, 6th Street Playhouse is moving ahead with preparations for our 2020-2021 Season, pending developments with the Covid-19 pandemic. Nonetheless, the Playhouse, which is 48 years old, feels strongly that we must find a way to return once again with the finest in theatrical presentations in two theatres offering patrons and actors unique experiences, and a vibrant and comprehensive School of Drama.

These are our offerings for the upcoming season with tentative opening dates: 

PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

Adapted by Kate Hamill, from Jane Austen
Stage Direction by Jared Sakren

Opens on the Monroe Stage on August 14 for 4 weeks

9-TO-5

By Patricia Resnick and Dolly Parton
Stage Direction by Carl Jordan
Music Direction by Nathan Riebli

Opens in the GK Hardt Theatre on September 11 for 5 weeks

THE TURN OF THE SCREW

Adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher, from Henry James
Director TBA

Opens on the Monroe Stage on October 16 for 4 weeks
 

SOUND OF MUSIC

By Rogers & Hammerstein
Stage Direction by Jared Sakren
Music Direction by Ginger Beavers

Opens in the GK Hardt Theatre on November 20 for 4 weeks

DANCING LESSONS

By Mark St. Germain
Stage Direction by Michael Ross

Opens on the Monroe Stage on January 8 for 4 weeks

HANK WILLIAMS: LOST HIGHWAY

By Randal Myler and Mark Harelik
Director TBA

Opens in the GK Hardt Theatre on February 5 for 5 weeks
   

NATIVE GARDENS

By Karen Zacarias
Stage Direction by Jessica Headington

Opens on the Monroe Stage on March 12 for 4 weeks

ONCE

By Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova
Stage Direction by Michael Ross
Music Direction by Nathan Riebli

Opens in the GK Hardt Theatre on April 9 for 4 weeks

THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA McBRIDE

By Matthew Lopez
Stage Direction by Carl Jordan

Opens on the Monroe Stage on May 14 for 4 weeks    

HAIR

By James Rado, Gerome Ragni, Galt McDermot
Stage Direction by Aja Gianola-Norris
Music Direction TBA

Opens in the GK Hardt Theatre on June 4 for 5 weeks    


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The Playhouse looks forward to sharing more details about the exciting season we are planning as soon as we know it is safe for our actors, staff and audiences to return to the theater. Thank you to our patrons for their support, generosity, and enthusiasm for the work of 6th Street Playhouse.