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Sense and Sensibility
Feb 15–Mar 3, 2019
Sense and Sensibility is a story of sisterhood and the adventures of finding love, reveling in romance and hurting from heartache. Each sister's experience is deeply rooted in her own level of sense and sensibility.
The Kate Hamill adaptation of Sense and Sensibility made is world debut in 2014 with a minimalist production. This is the first time Lyric Arts will be presenting this adaptation.
Mar 22–Apr 14, 2019
This inspiring story of Eva Peron, Argentina’s First Lady, recounts her life as a young girl who aspires to be an actress, but ultimately finds success in politics and influence with the people of Argentina. This powerhouse musical debuted 40 years ago at the Orpheum Theatre in San Francisco, followed by the Broadway production at the Broadway Theatre in September of 1979.
Junie B. Jones is Not a Crook
May 3–12, 2019
Junie B. Jones is Not a Crook finds Junie B facing tough decisions about what is right and wrong. She confronts the moral dilemma of defining the differences between “finding” something and “stealing.” All young girls face these moments of morality each day and this show is a delightful portray of Junie’s experience and how she navigates her way through the situation.
A Raisin in the Sun
May 31–Jun 16, 2019
Inspired by Langston Hughes’ poem “Harlem” (also known as “A Dream Deferred”), A Raisin in the Sun is a heart wrenching and candid look at a family’s struggle to not only bring themselves up from poverty but to achieve the dreams that can now be possible, addresses the topics of race and culture in a world that is still held back by prejudice.
Legally Blonde The Musical
Jul 12–Aug 4, 2019
Legally Blonde is all about Elle Woods, sorority president! After she is dumped by her boyfriend, Warner, for a more serious girlfriend, Elle decides she will do anything to win him back, even if it means going to Harvard Law School.
The New York Times, wrote that the show was a "high-energy…. hymn to the glories of girlishness."