Shedd Theatricals 2020 presents 3 classic musicals, all new to The Shedd mix. We begin the season August 7-16 with a truly classic musical comedy: In 1954, the year before Richard Adler, Jerry Ross and George Abbott created Damn Yankees, they teamed up with Richard Bissell on The Pajama Game, a fun-filled contemplation on the human dynamics of labor union politics based on Bissell's 1953 novel 7½ Cents that features such gold standards as "Hernando's Hideaway" and "Steam Heat".
September 18 through October 4 we present the renowned 1954 Broadway adaptation of Sir James Matthew Barrie's heartwarming parable of innocence and the value of family Peter Pan. Complete with flying, great costumes and memorable characters, the show features a bevy of beloved songs like "I Won't Grow Up", "I Gotta Crow", and "Never Never Land".
Finally, we close the season December 4-20 with the new Broadway stage adaptation of Irving Berlin's lovely World War II era film musical Holiday Inn, filled with laughs, loves, dancing and all the show's original hits including "Happy Holiday", "Easter Parade", "Stepping Out With My Baby", "Blue Skies", "Heat Wave", "White Christmas" and many more!
All 3 fully-staged productions feature a live orchestra.
Shedd Theatricals Discount Opportunities. As always, Shedd ticket packages may include any combination of Shedd Theatrical performances, and group sales follow general Shedd policies. Shedd Theatricals also has its own package offer See the Ticketing Info page for details.
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