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Featuring stars from Broadway and the Best in the West performing concert readings of classic musicals, new musicals on their way to the Great White Way, and cabaret performances, this five-show series brings the sound and artistry of Broadway to the Rubicon stage.

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Sat., Feb. 21 | 2 pm | 8 pm
Sun., Feb. 22 | 2 pm

Starring George Ball and Amanda McBroom

You′ve seen them in Rubicon shows ranging from Jacques Brel... to All My Sons to Man of La Mancha. This dynamic duo comes home after acclaimed cabaret performances in London and New York. This new show includes songs of love, lust, loss, cherished dreams and wisdom by such greats as George and Ira Gershwin, Cole Porter, Kurt Weill, Stephen Sondheim, and, of course, Amanda McBroom.

MissSaigon Music by Claude Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil
Original French Lyrics by Alain Boublil  |  Lyrics by Richard Maltby, Jr.

Sat., Apr. 4 | 2 pm | 8 pm
Sun., Apr. 5  | 2 pm

The concert will feature song selections from Miss Saigon, as well as other songs created by Claude-Michel Schönberg, Alain Boublil and Richard Maltby, Jr. (together and separately). Known for their spectacular tales of passion and beauty, Schönberg (music) and Boublil (lyrics) have created two of the most successful musicals of all time – Miss Saigon and  Les Misérables, as well as the sweeping epics Martin Guerre and The Pirate Queen (the latter directed by Maltby). Richard Maltby, Jr. is best known for Big, Baby, Fosse, Closer Than Ever, Starting Here, Starting Now and Ring of Fire.  The concert features Jennifer Hubilla (Miss Saigon - U.S. and U.K. National Tours), Rebecca Ann Johnson (Little Miss Scrooge - Rubicon), Kevin Odekirk (Les Misérables - Broadway), Bonifacio Deoso, Jr. (Miss Saigon -Broadway) and Harrison White (The Lion King – Broadway). 

RodgersHartMusic by Richard Rodgers | Lyrics by Lorenz Hart and Oscar Hammerstein, II
Starring Joan Almedilla, Teri Bibb, Andrew Samonsky and Others TBA

Sat., May 16 | 2 pm | 8 pm
Sun., May 17 | 2 pm

This joyous revue celebrates the groundbreaking genius of two of the most influential and innovative writing teams in musical theatre history. Rodgers and Hart had a string of more than 20 successes, ranging from On the Town to Pal Joey to Babes in Arms. Rodgers later teamed with the prolific Oscar Hammerstein on such classics as Oklahoma!, Carousel, The Sound of Music, State Fair, The King and I, Cinderella and South Pacific.


SecretGardenBook and Lyrics by Marsha Norman Music by Lucy Simon

Based on the Novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett

Sat., Aug. 22 | 2 pm | 8 pm
Sun., Aug. 23 | 2 pm

Enchanting, elegant and lyrical, this Tony Award-winning musical is based on the beloved novel "The Secret Garden." Orphaned in India, young Mary Lennox returns to Yorkshire to live with her reclusive Uncle and his invalid son. She is drawn to a hidden, overgrown garden by haunting melodies and “Dreamers” from her past who guide her in her new life. This magical musical is a joyous story of renewal and the healing power of love.


DaddyLongLegsBook by John Caird Music and Lyrics by Paul Gordon

Based on the Classic Novel by Jean Webster

Sat., Oct. 3 | 2 pm | 8 pm
Sun., Oct. 4 | 2 pm

After productions in 15 U.S. cities and in Japan, Canada and England, Daddy Long Legs makes a triumphant return to Rubicon where the show premiered. Set in the early 1900s, this exquisitely moving story is the vivid account of a young girl as she blossoms into a beautiful, intelligent and vivacious woman. A trustee of the John Grier Orphanage offers a proper education to the 18-year-old Jerusha. The benefactor’s only requirements are that Jerusha never know his identity, and that she write him monthly (though he will not respond). Her letters to him paint a moving portrait of her lonely life in the orphanage, and the development of her mind and spirit.