Author: The 5th Avenue Theatre

Creative Conversations: Sheryl Kaller

By Bridget Morgan, Associate Director of Branding and Communications Sheryl Kaller is a fascinating woman with a unique and varied career. The director of Bliss (the 23rd new musical produced by The 5th Avenue Theatre), is one of a small number of women to have ever received a Tony Award® nomination for Best Direction of

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Member Profile: Helen Sing, the Chex Mix Queen

Staging new musicals, hosting Broadway tours, and producing the best of classic musical theater takes energy, creativity, and resources. Ticket sales and subscriptions simply can’t cover it all. It’s thanks to the generosity of our Members who contribute to our annual fund that The 5th Avenue Theatre continues to grow and thrive. As a show of

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“By All Means, Keep Moving.”

There are 104 children standing on risers, curved around a choir director, their arms raised in joy as they sing. Their faces reflect a broad spectrum of identities—skin color, gender expression, financial security—each beaming with confidence, and pride. Their peers are on their way to fill the auditorium of Kentridge High School. The students all

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The 5th Receives Some Major Recognition

At The 5th Avenue Theatre, we celebrate the great American musical in all its forms. We bring new life and insight to beloved classics. We create tomorrow’s must-see musicals, including contemporary musicals that go on to become Tony-award-winning Broadway productions. Show after show, season after season, The 5th wows audiences with original Broadway-caliber musicals that

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The Royals of Minisculia are visiting Seattle

Faye, Holly, Carmella, and Piper, the four royal sisters from the Kingdom of Minisculia, are on their way to Seattle where their electrifying and empowering story will be told onstage in the world premiere musical called Bliss, playing at The 5th Avenue Theatre February 1 – 23. We connected with each of the princesses to

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First Draft: “Here and Their” Wraps Up in New York

By Bridget Morgan, Associate Director of Branding and Communications “There’s something tricky about the pronunciation of ‘Sam, hey we can see you,’ so we’re going to go switch that to ‘Sam, now we can see you,’ so please note that on your script and make sure that you’re doing that throughout the ‘Henny Street’ number.”

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Creative Conversations: The Writers of Mrs. Doubtfire

At its heart, Mrs. Doubtfire is a story about a father and the lengths he goes to be close to his children. It is an inspiring story of family and love that will make you laugh and leave you singing and dancing as you exit the Theatre. We asked writers Karey Kirkpatrick, Wayne Kirkpatrick, and

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