Thursday, March 6, 2014

Theatre Memphis Announces 2014-15 Season

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The Addams Family
by Marshall Brickman, Rick Elice and Andrew Lippa
August 22 — September 14, 2014

Creepy, kooky, mysterious... yadda, yadda, yadda.


The Heiress
by Ruth and Augustus Goetz
October 17 — November 2, 2014

The live action version of Washington Square: A plain-featured woman is played for her inheritance. Then she plays back.

Who will play Barry Fuller in this years Christmas Carol?
  • Who will play Barry Fuller in this year's Christmas Carol?

A Christmas Carol
by Charles Dickens
December 5 — 23, 2014

In case you might have missed the last 36 productions.

Of Mice and Men
by John Steinbeck
January 23 — February 8, 2015

George and Lennie look for opportunity during the Great Depression. Steinbeck at his best.

The Boy from Oz
by Marin Sherman and Nick Enright
March 6 — 29, 2015

A jukebox musical built around the music of "I Honestly Love You" songwriter Peter Allen.

The Philadelphia Story
by Phillip Barry
April 24 — May 10, 2015

A socialite's wedding plans take a turn toward trouble when her ex-husband and a hunky journalist pop in.


Anything Goes
by Cole Porter, Guy Bolton, P.G, Woodhouse, Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse
June 5 — 28, 2015

Romance gets complicated aboard the S.S. American, in this ever-popular musical featuring standards like "I Get a Kick out of You," and "De-Lovely," and, of course, the title track.

Shows on TM's Next Stage

The Member of the Wedding
by Carson McCullers
September 19 — October 5, 2014

The story of "Frankie Addams," an "unjoined person" who dreams of leaving her small southern town.

by Mary Kyte, Mel Marvin and Gary Pearle
November 7 — 22, 2014
January 8 — 18, 2015

A tuneful romp through the history of early 20th-Century America.

by Michael Frayn
February 13 — March 1, 2015

In 1941 two of the worlds greatest physicists visited with one another in spite of being on opposite sides of WWII. This is what might have happened when Niels Bohr dropped in on Werner Heisenberg although what actually happened is shrouded in uncertainty.


Rapture, Blister, Burn
by Gina Gionfriddo
April 3 — 19, 2014

Can you really have it all? A smart, funny look at American feminism in the 21st-Century.

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