Recently, The Maltz Jupiter Theater has announced its lineup of musicals and plays coming to the stage for the 2020-2021 Season of Productions and there is something for the whole family to enjoy.
The Maltz Jupiter Theater has recently undergone a renovation and expansion project that is set to take place over the next five years and will be completed in three different sections. The first section of the expansion is complete and included additions to the parking lot, landscaping and road cutouts. The theater remains open and functional during these renovations and expansions.
The Theater has become one of Florida’s leading professional theaters dedicated to production, education, and performances. The Theater began in 2001 and is now the largest non-profit and awarding winning theater in the area. The all year-round schedule of performances includes musical tributes, dramatic works, Broadway Musicals, family programs, holiday programs, concerts and much more.
Here is the list of productions coming to the Maltz Jupiter Theater starting this fall.
I Hate Hamlet: October 25th through November 8th, 2020
The hilarious comedy is about a legendary ghost dressed as Hamlet who has returned to his old New York apartment to try to convince its new resident to play Hamlet in a Hollywood television show.
Sweet Charity: December 1st through December 20th, 2020
The Tony-Award nominated musical is about a young dance hall hostess and her quest to find love in New York. The musical is filled with love and humor and is based on Neil Simon’s book.
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels: January 12th through January 31st, 2021
The Tony- Award nominated comedy is about the arrival of an American Soap Queen Christine Colgate and her journey in the French Riviera.
Good People: February 14th through February 28th, 2021
The dramatic comedy was nominated for a Tony-Award and is about the working American class and their struggles in the Southside of Boston. The musical brings a sense of community to the stage.
Sunset Boulevard: March 9th through March 28th, 2021
The musical won three Tony-Awards for its story of fame and tragedy in Hollywood in the 1940’s and 1950’s. The music was by Andrew Lloyd Webber and based on the Billy Wilder film.
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