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Created by Richard Maltby
Conceived by William Meade
Orchestrations by Steven Bishop and Jeff Lisenby
March 1 – May 5
From the iconic songbook of Johnny Cash comes this unique musical about love and faith, struggle and success, rowdiness and redemption, and home and family. More than two dozen classic hits—including “I Walk The Line,” “A Boy Named Sue,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” and the title tune—performed by a multi-talented cast, paint a musical portrait of The Man in Black that promises to be a foot-stompin’, crowd-pleasin’ salute to a uniquely American legend!
“A fabulous piece of entertainment. A musical of grandeur and perfected style that offers endless delight. See it.” – The Buffalo News
The Stackner Cabaret will showcase the soundtracks of America’s rich and epic musical history, beginning with a classy crooner in I Left My Heart: A Salute to the Music of Tony Bennett, and followed by four zany, male harmony singers in Forever Plaid. We’ll strum our favorite folk music with Woody Sez, and get joyously high with the sounds of Fats Waller in the wildly popular Ain’t Misbehavin’.
Created by David Grapes & Todd Olson
Arrangements by Vince di Mura
August 23 – October 20
Called “the greatest singer in the world” by Frank Sinatra, the always-charming, classy, and debonair Tony Bennett crooned his way into the heart of America. In this sexy new musical revue, three superb male singers perform an anthology of Bennett’s best work—from “Rags to Riches” to “Put On a Happy Face” to the title track and many more—celebrating more than six decades of remarkable music in this swingin’ walk down memory lane.
Written by Stuart Ross
Arrangements by James Raitt
October 25 – December 29
On a stormy night in the 1960s, four eager singers known as “The Plaids”—Sparky, Jinx, Frankie, and Smudge—are killed in a car crash on the way to their first big gig. In 2013, they get one chance to return from the afterlife and bop-shoo-bop their way through classic hits like “Love is a Many Splendored Thing,” “Three Coins in the Fountain,” “Sixteen Tons,” and many more. You’ll delight in their zany, boyish squabbles and charmingly outlandish choreography as they pay an affectionate homage to the close-harmony male singing groups of the 1950s, and fulfill their dreams by performing the show that never was.
Devised by David M. Lutken with Nick Corley, Darcie Deaville, Helen Jean Russell and Andy Teirstein
January 3 – March 9
The original folk hero, Woody Guthrie and his energetic, moving, and infectious melodies defined an American era of political expression, and transformed the folk ballad into a vehicle of social commentary and unity. With more than 25 songs—including classics like “This Land is Your Land,” “Pastures of Plenty,” and “The Ballad of Tom Joad”—this joyous, toe-tapping, and moving theatrical concert event celebrates the colorful life and rich musical legacy of America’s greatest troubadour.
Conceived by Murray Horwitz and Richard Maltby, Jr.
Musical Adaptations by Luther Henderson
Vocal & Musical Concepts by Jeffrey Gutcheon
Vocal Arrangements by Jeffrey Gutcheon & William Elliot
March 14 – May 18
Get ready for two spirited hours of rowdy, rollicking music straight out of the height of the Harlem Renaissance! This Tony Award-winning tour through the legendary Fats Waller songbook will have you jumpin’ and jivin’ with the infectious energy and the cheeky humor of classic Waller hits like “Loungin' At The Waldorf" and "I Can't Give You Anything But Love." One of the most popular, well-crafted musical revues of all time, Ain’t Misbehavin’ is simply unforgettable and will be performed in the now-signature Rep style, with a group of five “Quadruple Threat” actor/singer/dancer/musicians.
Program, artists and prices subject to change.