A New Season at Stages Theatre Company

Our partners at Stages Theatre Company are thrilled to announce their 2020-2021 season! Read about their upcoming productions and find out how you and your family can check out one of their shows this year.

Stages Theatre Company is thrilled to announce its 2020-2021 season, featuring a diverse blend of plays and musicals focusing on friendships, adventures, and discoveries. The Discover the Journey season’s nine-show lineup includes five musical productions, four world-premieres, a dance collaboration with Escalate Dance & Theatre Studio, and a Theatre for the Very Young production for families to enjoy.

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STC 2019 Production of Hidden Heroes: The Black Women of NASA
Photo Credit: Fischeye Films

Crafting and selecting a season is a journey! It is a joy-filled process of thinking about a season that inspires and entertains. While considering the books and stories to bring to life on stage, it became obvious that in EVERY show next season there is a journey of discovery for our characters.

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STC 2020 Production of The Dot.
Photo Credit: Fischeye Films

From Ugly Duckling’s journey to discover his true self in Honk! Jr. to Raymie and her friends’ adventure together to discover the meaning of life in Raymie Nightingale. While Rudolph journeys through the North Pole to discover his place in the world, The North Star is a journey to chart your own path through the constellations, to find YOUR North Star.

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STC 2014 Production of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Musical
Photo Credit: Bruce Challgren

What Do You Do With An Idea? is literally the journey of an idea, and Tuck Everlasting is Winnie Foster embarking on an adventure and having to decide whether to drink the potion to live forever or not. All American Boys is the life path of two boys converging because of racial violence, and how their lives intersect as they discover more about who they are, and who they can become. Ariel realizes that the choices she makes in the interest of discovery take her on a journey to find out what matters most: family. Lastly, Down on the Farm is a journey under lift-the-flaps that includes our youngest audience members in the discovery and story.

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STC 2015 Production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Jr.
Photo Credit: Bruce Challgren

We have so much fun, adventure, and discoveries in store! Thank you for being a part of our journey!

For more information on the 2020/2021 season at Stages Theatre Company, click HERE!

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