The cast of the 2012 world premiere of Pearl Cleage's What I Learned in Paris. Photo by Greg Mooney.

Production history

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Since 1968, the Alliance Theatre has been staging has been staging the best work in American theatre, from classics of the form to world premieres from both new and established authors. The Alliance has been home to more than 80 premieres, including Tony Award winners The Color Purple by Alice Walker; Aida by Elton John and Tim Rice; and Alfred Uhry's The Last Night of Ballyhoo. Plus, in every season since 2003/04, the winner of the Alliance/Kendeda National Graduate Playwriting Competition has received its world premiere on the Hertz Stage here at the Alliance.

2010/11 Season

World Premiere Musical
Wed, Sep 1 to Sun, Oct 3
Musical
Fri, Oct 1 to Sun, Oct 24
World Premiere
Sat, Oct 23 to Sat, Oct 30
World Premiere
Fri, Nov 5 to Sun, Dec 12
Fri, Nov 26 to Fri, Dec 24
World Premiere On to Broadway On to national tour Tony Nominee Musical
Sat, Jan 15 to Sun, Feb 20
World Premiere Kendeda Winner
Fri, Feb 11 to Sun, Mar 6
Musical
Sat, Mar 5 to Sun, Mar 20
World Premiere
Fri, Apr 1 to Sun, Apr 24
Wed, Apr 13 to Sun, May 8

2011/12 Season

Musical
Wed, Aug 31 to Sun, Oct 2
World Premiere
Fri, Sep 23 to Sun, Oct 23
Wed, Oct 12 to Sun, Oct 30
World Premiere
Sat, Oct 29 to Sun, Nov 13
Fri, Nov 11 to Sun, Dec 18
Fri, Nov 25 to Sat, Dec 24
Wed, Jan 11 to Sat, Feb 4
World Premiere Kendeda Winner
Fri, Feb 3 to Sun, Feb 26
Sat, Feb 25 to Sun, Mar 11
Fri, Mar 9 to Sun, Apr 8
World Premiere Musical
Wed, Apr 4 to Sun, May 13

2012/13 Season

World Premiere
Wed, Sep 5 to Sat, Oct 6
Fri, Oct 5 to Sun, Oct 28
Musical
Wed, Oct 17 to Sun, Nov 11
World Premiere
Sat, Oct 27 to Sat, Nov 3
Fri, Nov 23 to Sun, Dec 23
World Premiere Musical
Fri, Nov 30 to Sun, Dec 23
Wed, Jan 16 to Sun, Feb 10
World Premiere Kendeda Winner
Fri, Feb 1 to Sun, Feb 24
Sat, Feb 23 to Sun, Mar 10
Fri, Mar 8 to Sun, Apr 7
Theatre for the Very Young
Mon, Mar 11 to Sat, Mar 30
Musical
Wed, Apr 3 to Sun, May 5
Theatre for the Very Young
Tue, Apr 9 to Sun, Apr 14

2013/14 Season

Musical
Fri, Sep 6 to Sun, Oct 6
Fri, Sep 20 to Sun, Oct 13
Wed, Oct 16 to Sun, Nov 10
Theatre for the Very Young
Thu, Oct 17 to Sat, Nov 9
Fri, Oct 25 to Sun, Nov 17
World Premiere
Mon, Oct 28 to Mon, Nov 4
Fri, Nov 29 to Sun, Dec 29
Theatre for the Very Young
Fri, Dec 27 to Sat, Jan 18
World Premiere
Wed, Jan 15 to Sun, Feb 9
World Premiere Kendeda Winner
Fri, Jan 31 to Sun, Feb 23
Musical
Sat, Feb 22 to Sun, Mar 16
World Premiere
Fri, Mar 7 to Sun, Mar 30
Theatre for the Very Young
Mon, Mar 10 to Sat, Mar 29
Musical
Wed, Apr 2 to Sun, May 4

2014/15 Season

World Premiere Musical
Wed, Sep 3 to Sun, Oct 5
World Premiere
Fri, Sep 26 to Sun, Oct 19
Thu, Oct 16 to Sat, Nov 8
Wed, Oct 22 to Sun, Nov 9
World Premiere
Mon, Nov 3
Fri, Nov 21 to Wed, Dec 24
World Premiere
Fri, Nov 28 to Sat, Dec 20
Mon, Jan 12 to Sat, Feb 7
World Premiere On to Broadway Musical
Wed, Jan 21 to Sun, Feb 22
World Premiere Kendeda Winner
Fri, Feb 13 to Sun, Mar 8
Mon, Mar 9 to Sat, Apr 4
Musical
Sat, Mar 14 to Sun, Mar 29
World Premiere
Fri, Mar 27 to Sun, Apr 19
Wed, Apr 15 to Sun, May 10
Fri, May 29 to Sun, May 31

2015/16 Season

Wed, May 27 to Sun, Jun 28
World Premiere Theatre for the Very Young
Sat, Jun 6 to Sun, Sep 6
Wed, Sep 2 to Sun, Sep 20
Fri, Sep 18 to Sun, Oct 11
World Premiere
Wed, Sep 30 to Sun, Oct 18
World Premiere Theatre for the Very Young
Wed, Oct 21 to Sun, Jan 10
World Premiere
Sat, Oct 31 to Sun, Nov 8
Thu, Nov 19 to Sun, Dec 27
World Premiere
Fri, Nov 27 to Sat, Dec 19
Wed, Jan 27 to Sun, Feb 14
World Premiere Kendeda Winner
Sat, Feb 13 to Sun, Mar 6
Sat, Feb 27 to Sun, Mar 20
Fri, Mar 25 to Sun, May 1
World Premiere Musical
Wed, Apr 13 to Sun, May 15

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