Scottsdale Musical Theater Co. announces 2016 entertainment

Now in its sixth year, Scottsdale Musical Theater Company is pleased to announce its upcoming productions at their home at Tempe Center for the Arts for 2016-17.

In addition to the already announced “Hello, Dolly!” which opens Feb. 3 – 6, the company is expanding its programming to include some fresh and exciting productions:

Together (For No Good Reason)

Together (For No Good Reason)

Hector Coris & Matt Newhard: Together (For No Good Reason)

  • 7:30 p.m. Sunday, May 15
  • The cabaret show you never knew you wanted. Until now. Two of SMTC’s popular leading men team up in an evening of laughs and larynx-defying songs, bringing their on-stage chemistry to new heights in this fun and frothy cabaret show. Part of the SMTC Cabaret Series.
Kiss of the Spider Woman

Kiss of the Spider Woman

Kiss of the Spider Woman: The Musical

  • May 25 – 29
  • SMTC presents this rarely-seen Kander & Ebb, Tony Award-winning musical, based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Manuel Puig, according to a press release. The grim realities of prison and fantasy of glamorous Hollywood collide when two South American political prisoners are forced to share a jail cell. Directed by Zoni-Award winner Hector Coris.
My Fair Lady

My Fair Lady

My Fair Lady

  • Aug. 18 – 21
  • Lerner & Loewe’s classic musical, based on Pygmalion follows the attempts of Professor Henry Higgins to turn a Cockney flower girl into a proper English lady, with hilarious results. Filled with numerous immortal songs like “I Could Have Danced All Night”, “Get Me To The Church on Time”, “The Rain in Spain” and “On the Street Where You Live”, My Fair Lady  is a feast for any musical theater lover.
Guys and Dolls

Guys and Dolls

Guys & Dolls

  • Jan. 5 – 8
  • Frank Loesser’s timeless classic musical comedy comes to life in a big brassy production that features colorful gamblers and gorgeous chorines in this tale of love and luck set in Damon Runyon’s New York. Audiences will thrill at the one-of-a-kind score featuring songs like “Luck Be A Lady Tonight”, “If I Were a Bell”, “I’ve Never Been in Love Before”, and many other memorable hits.

One of fastest-growing theater companies, SMTC prides itself on “bringing Broadway’s favorites back to life”, presenting full, large-scale productions of Broadway musicals in their original forms, as they were meant to be seen.

Residing at the state-of-the-art Tempe Center for the Arts, SMTC is able to provide a premium entertainment experience at one of the Valley’s best arts facilities, the release stated.

For more information visit www.Scottsdalemusicaltheater.com.

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