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Best Musicals Jul 1 - 31

June 2024

in Los Angeles

August 2024

Mrs. Doubtfire at Pantages Theater Hollywood

Mrs. Doubtfire

She's the nanny we all wanted in the '90s and now she's back to give the 21st century a spin in this high-spirited musical adaptation of the beloved 1993 classic. From the minds behind Something Rotten! and Hello, Dolly! This glorious production captures the film's original fun and chaos - with added theatrical pizazz!

Company at Pantages Theater Hollywood

Company

Phone rings, door chimes, in comes... Company! After taking London and Broadway by storm (and garnering four Tony Awards), Marianne Elliot's gender-bent production of the Stephen Sondheim classic is now hitting the road on tour! First seen in 1970, Company was like no other Broadway musical of the time, disrupting the usual plotlines with a fresh series of vignettes that connect the intersecting lives and relationships of the characters.

Clue at Ahmanson Theater

Clue

Based on the board game and the cult movie classic, Clue is a fiendishly funny murder mystery, where everyone is a suspect, and the next potential victim! Featuring all the colorful characters from the game, from Colonel Mustard to Mrs. White, Clue leads us from room to room in a whirlwind of slapstick comedy and real theatrical verve.

Peter Pan at Pantages Theater Hollywood

Peter Pan

Second star on the left and straight on til morning! Prepare to soar with Peter Pan, the musical, based on the magical play by JM Barrie. The story of the boy who never grew up and his wonderful home, Neverland, Peter Pan will always be the ultimate childhood dream! Befriending fairies and battling nefarious pirates, when Peter flies in through Wendy Darling's window, there is no predicting what sort of enchanting adventure is to follow.

The Sound of Music at Fred Kavli Theatre

The Sound of Music

Based on the uplifting true story of the Von Trapp family and the good-natured Maria, The Sound of Music was the last collaboration between Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, and was later adapted into the Oscar-winning movie starring Julie Andrews. The score for The Sound of Music touches the hearts of all ages and brims over with some of the most memorable songs ever performed on the musical stage.