The Midtown playhouse plans four comedies, three history plays, two tragedies, one from Dickens and a wild card.
“The Hunchback of Notre Dame,” a musical based on the Victor Hugo novel, tells the story of a deformed bell ringer in 1482 Paris.
It’s Berlin. 1931. And the Nazis are taking over. At the squalid Kit Kat Klub, all goings-on are overseen by an androgynous, see-no-evil, hear-no-evil Emcee.
This dining-and-drag-show venue has been called “Ken and Barbie’s Dream House on acid.” Curious, aren’t you?
Visit Skid Row, where a hapless flower-shop worker named Seymour tries to woo the girl of his dreams and feed the plant that makes him famous.