Here is your opportunity to learn more about the shows in the upcoming season. Hosted by Executive Producer and Artistic Director David Armstrong, Spotlight Nights give you a chance to hear more about the writers and composers who create musicals. You'll hear songs sung by some of our favorite 5th Avenue performers. And you'll meet members of the creative team who will bring each production to life. Best of all, these events are always FREE!
Click here to RSVP for our upcoming Spotlight Night!
Spotlight Nights for the 2015-16 Season:
Tuesday, November 3, 2015: The Sound of Music
Thursday, January 7, 2016: How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and Assassins
Thursday, April 21, 2016: Paint Your Wagon
Sunday, June 26, 2016: A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder
Please note: Spotlight Night Tickets are reservable starting 30 days in advance. Tickets are FREE, but reservations are required.
American Sign Language Interpreters provided upon request - please contact Customer Service at firstname.lastname@example.org at least two weeks prior to the event.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays
Producers Club 2, Concourse Level
One hour before curtain
For details and a schedule of upcoming Show Talks, click here.
For directions to get to the Show Talk location, click here.
A musical theater workshop for students followed by a pizza dinner and a show.
For details and a schedule of upcoming Fridays at The 5th events, click here.
Free talkbacks with the cast and creative team following the second Sunday evening performance of every production.
For details and a schedule of Second Sunday Talkbacks, click here.
In February 2016, The 5th Avenue Theatre main stage season will present the classic musical How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. In March, following the professional production, local students (ages 14-19) will work together to mount an all-student production of How to Succeed on the 5th Avenue stage using the same staging, props, set and costumes as the professional production.
The Rising Star Project production will be entirely student-performed, including a student cast and student orchestra, and will be run by a student technical crew under the mentorship and guidance of theater professionals. The production will be coordinated, marketed, developed and produced by a student administrative team under the coaching of 5th Avenue Theatre staff. Students will be immersed in authentic experiences, gain an appreciation for collaboration, and will develop real-world skills used by theater professionals.
For complete details about the Rising Star Project click here.