September 20–October 11
The Seven Year Itch
George Axelrod

January 9–31
Crime and Punishment in America
Cops by Terry Curtis Fox and
Hello Out There by William Saroyan

March 19-22
American Century's
Broadway Hit Parade

compiled by Jack Marshall,
Tom Fuller, and Jacqueline Manger

July 17–August 8
Twelve Angry Men
Reginald Rose

Dedicated to mining the treasures of
20th century performing arts


  • Twelve Angry Men (Reginald Rose, premiere production)
  • The Children's Hour (Lillian Hellman, Fall 1995)
  • The Pirate (S.N. Behrman, Winter 1996)
  • The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds (Paul Zindel, Spring 1996)
  • The Best Man (Gore Vidal, Fall 1996)
  • A Saroyan Celebration (two one-acts by William Saroyan, Winter 1997)
  • Moby Dick Rehearsed (Orson Welles, Spring 1997 & reprised in Fall 1997 by popular acclaim)
  • A Thousand Clowns (Herb Gardner, Winter 1998)
  • Lady in the Dark (Weill-Hart-Gershwin, Spring 1998)
  • A Delicate Balance (Edward Albee, Summer 1998)
  • The Crucible (Arthur Miller, Fall 1998)
  • And Things That Go Bump in the Night (Terrence McNally, Winter 1999)
  • archy & mehitabel (Don Marquis, Spring 1999)
  • Two Masks (Eugene O'Neill & Elaine May, Summer 1999)
  • The Cradle Will Rock (Marc Blitzstein, Fall 1999)
  • I Cry Aloud: The Clarence Darrow Story (Specially Commissioned for TACT, Winter 2000)
  • The Boys in the Band ( Mart Crowley, Spring 2000)
  • Luv (Murray Schisgal, Summer 2000)
  • Hollywood Pinafore (George S. Kaufman, Fall 2000)
  • The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window (Lorraine Hansberry, Winter 2001)
  • Hotel Universe (Philip Barry, Winter 2001)
  • Danny and Sylvia (Bob McElwaine and Bob Bain, Special limited engagement, Winter 2001)
  • The Andersonville Trial (Saul Levitt, Summer 2001)
  • Danny & Sylvia (Fall 2001)
  • Picnic (William Inge, Winter 2002)
  • Home of the Brave (Arthur Laurents, Spring 2002)
  • Laughter at Ten O'Clock: Memories of the Carol Burnett Show (Summer 2002)
  • Detective Story (Richard Henrich, staged reading, Summer 2002)
  • Uncle Tom's Cabin (George Aiken, Fall 2002)
  • The Seven-Year Itch (George Axelrod, Early Winter/Holiday 2002)
  • Benchley Despite Himself (Nat Benchley, Late Winter 2003)
  • Broadway Musicals of 1938 (Late Winter 2003)
  • The Second Man (S.N.Behrman, Spring 2003)
  • Green Grow the Lilacs (Lynn Riggs, staged reading, Spring 2003)
  • Dear World (Jerry Herman, Summer 2003)
  • The Robber Bridegroom (Adapted from a novella by Eudora Welty, book and lyrics by Alfred Uhry, music by Robert Waldman, Fall 2003)
  • If Only in My Dreams (Reflections Series, Holiday 2004)
  • Mr. Roberts (Thomas Heggen and Joshua Logan, Winter 2004)
  • A Flag is Born (Ben Hecht, Spring 2004)
  • Machinal (Sophie Treadwell, Summer 2004)
  • Porgy (Dorothy and Dubose Heyward, staged reading, Summer 2004)
  • The Time of Your Life (William Saroyan, Fall 2004)
  • Paradise Lost (Clifford Odets, Fall/Winter 2004)
  • Tea and Sympathy (Robert Anderson, Winter 2005)
  • Moby Dick Rehearsed (Orson Welles, Spring, 2005)
  • The Emperor Jones (Eugene O'Neill, Summer, 2005)
  • One Touch of Venus ("Rescues" series, music by Kurt Weill, lyrics by Ogden Nash, book by SJ Perlman & Ogden Nash, concert version, Summer 2005)
  • It Had to be You (Joseph Bologna and Renee Taylor, Fall 2005)
  • Spoon River Anthology (Charles Aidman, Winter 2006)
  • The Autumn Garden (Lillian Hellman, Spring 2006)
  • U.S.A. (Paul Shyre and John Dos Passos, Summer 2006)
  • Call Me Mister ("Rescues" series, music and lyrics by Harold Rome, skits by Arnold Auerbach and Arnold Horwitt, concert version, Summer 2006)
  • Macbird! (Barbara Garson, Fall 2006)
  • Desire Under the Elms (Eugene ONeill, Winter 2007)
  • Drama Under the Influence (Great Female Writers of the Prohibition Years, Winter 2007)
  • That Championship Season (Jason Miller, Spring 2007)
  • Stage Door ("Rescues" series, Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman, staged reading, Summer 2007)
  • Hellzapoppin (Olsen and Johnson, Summer 2007)
  • Ah Wilderness (Eugene O'Neill, Fall 2007)
  • Cops (Terry Curtis Fox, Winter 2008)
  • Happy Birthday, Wanda June (Kurt Vonnegut, Winter 2008)
  • The Eccentricities of a Nightingale (Tennessee Williams, Spring 2008)
  • Stunt Girl ("Reflections" series, by Peter Kellogg and David Friedman, Summer 2008)
  • The Titans ("Reflections" series, by Robert McElwaine, Summer 2008)
  • Dr. Cook’s Garden (Ira Levin, Fall 2008)
  • A Passion for Justice: The Clarence Darrow Story ("Reflections" series, by Jack Marshall and Paul Morella, Fall 2008)
  • Life With Father (Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse, Winter 2009)
  • An American Century Christmas ("Reflections" series, by Jack Marshall and Tom & Kathryn Fuller, Winter 2009)
  • Native Son (Paul Green and Richard Wright, Spring 2009)
  • Edward Albee’s Seascape (Summer 2009)
  • A Piece of My Heart (Shirley Lauro, Fall 2009)
  • Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? (George Axelrod, Winter 2010)
  • Stalag 17 (Donald Bevan and Edmund Trzcinski, Spring 2010)
  • Treadwell: Bright and Dark (“Reflections” Series, by Allyson Currin, Spring 2010)
  • Babes in Arms (“Rescues” Series, by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart, Summer 2010)
  • Serenading Louie (Lanford Wilson, Summer 2010)
  • The Tenth Man (Paddy Chayefsky, Fall 2010)
  • One Night with Fanny Brice (“Reflections” Series, by Chip Deffaa, Fall 2010)
  • Beyond the Horizon (Eugene O'Neill, Winter 2011)
  • Stage Door (Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman, Spring 2011)
  • Visit to a Small Planet (Gore Vidal, Summer 2011)
  • The Country Girl (Clifford Odets, Fall 2011)
  • Little Murders (Jules Feiffer, Winter 2012)
  • On the Waterfront (Budd Schulberg with Stan Silverman, Spring 2012)
  • Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All For You (Christopher Durang, Summer 2012)
  • Marathon '33 (June Havoc, Summer 2012)
  • J.B. (Archibald MacLeish, Fall 2012)
  • The Show-Off (George Kelly, Winter 2013)
  • Abe Lincoln in Illinois ("Rescues" series, Robert E. Sherwood, Winter 2013)
  • Voodoo Macbeth (adapted by Orson Welles, Spring 2013)
  • Biography (S.N. Behrman, Summer 2013)
  • I Do! I Do! (Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt, Summer 2013)
  • Come Blow Your Horn (Neil Simon, Fall 2013)
  • Bang the Drum Slowly (Mark Harris, Winter 2014)
  • Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mamma's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feelin' So Sad (Arthur Kopit, Spring 2014)
  • Judgment at Nuremberg (Abby Mann, Spring 2014)
  • An Evening with Danny Kaye (Spring 2014)
  • The Seven Year Itch (George Axelrod, Fall 2014)
  • Crime and Punishment in America: Cops and Hello Out There (Terry Curtis Fox, William Saroyan, Winter 2015)
  • American Century's Broadway Hit Parade (compiled by Jack Marshall, Tom Fuller, and Jacqueline Manger, Spring 2015)
  • Twelve Angry Men (Reginald Rose, Summer 2015, closing production)

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