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2023-24 Season Shows

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2023-24 - Elf, The Musical

Elf, The Musical

November 24 – December 17, 2023

book by Thomas Meehan and Bob Martin
music by Matthew Sklar
lyrics by Chad Beguelin

The Holiday Hit to Discover Your Inner Elf.
Based on the beloved film, ELF is the hilarious tale of a young elf unaware he is actually human. But Buddy’s enormous size and poor toy-making skills eventually make him face the truth. With Santa’s permission, Buddy goes to New York City to discover his true identity and help its citizens remember the true meaning of Christmas.



OPENS January 12, 2024

by August Wilson

The Classic American Drama of Relationships that Hold Families Together.
In segregated 1950s Pittsburgh, a former Negro League baseball star scrapes by as a sanitation worker. Bitter that race kept him from the major leagues, he asserts control over his life in his relationships with his wife and son. But even as he takes responsibility for their well-being, he betrays them in ways that forever alter their lives.

Fences is a play about family, responsibility, love, friendship, and respect composed of richly complex and compelling characters and relationships.

2023-24 - She Loves Me

She Loves Me

OPENS February 2, 2024

book by Joe Masteroff
music by Jerry Bock
lyrics by Sheldon Harnick

What Happens when Anonymous Pen Pals Discover their True Identities?
In an elegant 1930s European parfumerie, the manager thinks his spunky new sales clerk is stuck up. She thinks he’s arrogant and mean. What they don’t realize is they’re secretly, and anonymously, writing love letters to each other after responding to a ‘lonely hearts’ advertisement. A sweet and sentimental musical.

The Book of Will

The Book of Will

OPENS March 8, 2024

by Lauren Gunderson

Where Would We Be Without Shakespeare’s Works?
It’s 1619, three years since Shakespeare’s death. His friends realize that most of his brilliant plays exist only in the fragile memories of aging actors. They become hell bent on immortalizing his work in what becomes the first printed collection of his plays, in this comically outlandish, but true story.

Million Dollar Quartet

Million Dollar Quartet

OPENS March 29, 2024

book by Colin Escott & Floyd Mutrux

Four Music Legends! One Unforgettable Night!
There wasn’t a plan for Elvis, Johnny, Carl and Jerry Lee to meet up in a Memphis recording studio on December 4, 1956, but as fate would have it, they did. And you have one of the most unexpected, unprecedented and unforgettable musical moments in history. It was the first, and only, time they played together. Until now!

Native Gardens

Native Gardens

OPENS May 24, 2024

by Karen Zacarías

Good Fences Make Good Neighbors…Right?
Well-meaning neighbors quickly grow into anything but in this hot-button comedy. When an upwardly mobile Latino couple moves next door to the prize-winning garden of a prominent family, feuding over fences and flora spiral into territorial turmoil, exposing deeply rooted notions of race, taste, class and privilege. Which side of the fence are you on?

2023-24 - Kinky Boots

Kinky Boots

OPENS June 7, 2024

music & lyrics by Cindy Lauper
book by Harvey Fierstein

The Huge-hearted Musical Hit of Unlikely Business Partners!
A young businessman is desperately trying to save the near-bankrupt gentlemen’s shoe factory he suddenly, reluctantly, inherited. A chance encounter with a drag diva in need of a boot repair unites the two in a business venture that takes them from a fading industrial town in England to the glamorous catwalks of Milan. Inspired by true events.

6th Street Playhouse 2023-24 Season Shows

2023-24 List Prices

  Adult Under 30 (5-29)
Hardt Musicals    
Sun 2:00 $51 $28
Fri & Sat 7:30, Sat 2:00 $41 $28
Million $ Quartet    
Sun 2:00 $58 $28
Fri & Sat 7:30, Sat 2:00 $48 $28
Monroe Stage    
Sun 2:00 $45 $24
Fri & Sat 7:30, Sat 2:00 $37 $24

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