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A young waitress from the streets of Brooklyn and an aspiring musician from a wealthy family fall in love and must confront their life choices.
Set in the world of a cutting-edge dance in competition, a youth makes a longshot bid to win a dance contest whose competitors and styles span the globe.
Joe Gillis, a hunky but bankrupt screenwriter, is hired by washed-up silent screen star Norma Desmond to pen her a comeback star vehicle. Gillis has had his latest screenplay rejected by the studios, and, desperate, takes up Desmond's offer to write Salome for her. She demands that he stay with her while he writes, and soon he becomes a virtual prisoner of the actress and her gloomy house.
A young African girl named Tunga, who, after the death of her father, must venture to a mythical lost city where her people’s spiritual elders can teach her how to summon the rain and save her village from a long-enduring drought. Accompanying Tunga is her animal totem Zuze — a wooden figurine that comes to life as a trouble-making honey badger.
A young woman who, after waking up in a strange town, realizes that she has been transported into a 1940s musical. She meets new friends along the way who help her figure out what happened and how she can find her way home.
"Bye Bye Birdie" centers on Conrad Birdie, an Elvis Presley-type rock 'n' roll star who is drafted into the Army, much to the horror of his broke agent, Albert Peterson. In an attempt to get some publicity to get rich and marry his sweetheart, Rose, Albert makes arrangements for Conrad to appear on "The Ed Sullivan Show," where he will give his last kiss as a civilian to a girl. The lucky recipient, Kim, is selected from Conrad's fan club, and the group sets out to Sweet Apple, Ohio, to meet her, much to the dismay of Kim's new boyfriend, Hugo. Relationships begin to unravel as Rose gets impatient with Albert, and the jealous Hugo knocks Conrad out cold during the televised kiss.
A musical reimagining inspired by the popular 1987 box office hit starring Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze.
Corporate America employs Broadway talent to take part in industrial shows from the 1950s to the 1980s to help motivate sales forces and educate employees on products.
Cady Heron moves to suburban Illinois after being homeschooled in Africa, and wants to be popular. She takes on The Plastics and becomes frenemies with Regina George. But soon, she learns the hard way that you just shouldn't mess with the Queen Bee.
Cinderella, Snow White and the other fairy tale princesses gather for their book club when a rogue fairy godmother drops The Feminine Mystique into their corseted laps, spurring a royal revelation.
Xavier is gender fluid and uses they/them pronouns. In a world where everyone sees them as male, including their mom, a traditional celebration of femininity like quinceanera means everything to this 14 year old and a female cousin enlisted to help. Ultimately, Xavier must decide who they want to be, whether or not the world is ready to accept that answer.