In showbiz, there is a common saying, "The show must go on!"

And that is true for The Washington Pavilion Performance Series. After a year without Broadway, it's coming back!

The Washington Pavilion hosted the reveal via Facebook and YouTube Live. You can se the virtual reveal above.

Without further ado, the shows coming to The Washington Pavilion are as follows:

Escape to Margaritaville- September 2021

  • This musical is set to the music of Jimmy Buffet and tells the story of a bartender/singer who falls for a straight-laced tourist.

Fiddler on the Roof- February 2022

  • This musical, which was first performed in 1964, is the story of Tevye. He is the father of five daughters and is attempting to maintain his Jewish heritage during changing times.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory- March 2022

  • Based on the 1964 book of the same name by Roald Dahl, we take a ride with Charlie through Willy Wonka's chocolate factory where it seems anything can happen.

Hairspray- March 2022

  • Another personal favorite. Hairspray tells the story of Tracy Turnblad in 60's Baltimore. The show dives into some deep social issues of the time, segregation and racism.

Come From Away- May 2022

  • This musical is the moving story of when 38 airplanes and 7,000 stranded passengers were diverted on September 11, 2001, to a small town in Newfoundland. Come From Away is an uplifting celebration that touches the soul with humor, music, and compassion.

Anastasia- June 2022

  • Personally, I'm excited about this one! It is based on the 1997 animated film of the same name. The show tells the story of Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia, who may have escaped the execution of her family.

If these shows sound familiar, it's because, luckily, The Washington Pavilion was able to rebook all the same shows that were supposed to be here for the 20-21 Performance Series!

If you become a subscriber to the performance series by April 7th, you are then officially invited to the huge Kickoff Pre-Party before Escape to Margaritaville in September!

What a difference a year makes. Last year's reveal was a show in and of itself where I got to meet a couple of the real-life people that Come From Away is based on. See more about that here.

For ticket information or to renew or become a subscriber click here.

James J Hill House






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