by Daniel Goldstein
based on the CBS television series
directed by Kevin Moore
June 1 – 25, 2017
One of the most beloved television families of the 1980s takes to the stage. Twenty years have passed and Alex P. Keaton, now running for Congress, returns to his parents’ Columbus home with his sisters, Mallory and Jennifer, who are parents of their own. Gathered together once again, they relive some of the most important moments from their childhood - the growing pains, heartbreaks and reconciliations - with fondness and appreciation for simpler times that defined a generation.
Run time: TBA
Thursday night Preview Performance
Inside Track pre-show discussion, begins in the Loft lobby at 7:15 pm
Opening Night with post-show cast party in the Loft lobby
Sawbuck Sunday, all available seats just $10 at the door starting 2 hours prior to performance
Lite Fare food and drink available for sale in the Loft lobby starting at 5:30 pm
Audio Described / Sign Interpreted performance (available with two weeks notice)
Talk Back: “While We’re on the Subject” post-show discussion (following the matinee performance)
Daniel is a writer and director based in Brooklyn. He is the winner of the 2016 Kleban Prize for Most Promising Musical Theater Librettist. His musical Unknown Soldier (written with Michael Friedman) played a sold-out run at Williamstown Theater Festival during the summer 2015 season. It received development at MTC, The National Musical Theater Conference at The O’Neill Theater Center, McCarter Theater and The Huntington Theater Company, which originally commissioned the piece as the inaugural Stanford Calderwood Commission for New American Plays. He received (with Dawn Landes) a Public Theater/Joe’s Pub New York Voices Commission for Row, a musical based on A Pearl in the Storm, Tori Murden McClure’s memoir about becoming the first woman to row solo across the Atlantic Ocean. Row has been developed at The Orchard Project and Tofte Lake Center. Upcoming work includes an immersive adaptation of Hansel and Gretel at ARTPARK in Buffalo, New York, this summer and a Halloween Harry Potter Death Eater Experience at Universal Studios Japan in Osaka. As a director, his work has been seen on and Off-Broadway, around the US and internationally. He recently completed his first short film, No She Wasn’t, written by Ethan Sandler and starring Katie Lowes. He is a graduate of Northwestern University with a B.S. in Performance Studies. www.danielgoldsteincreative.com
Kevin is the President & Artistic Director of The Human Race Theatre Company, having served as the Executive Director from the company’s founding in 1986 through 2011. He has directed Human Race productions of The Mystery of Irma Vep, The Gifts of the Magi, A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine, The Rocky Horror Show, Beehive, Angels in America: Perestroika, Zombies from the Beyond, Children of Eden, Beautiful Thing (co-production with the Phoenix Theatre), Bat Boy, Tuesdays With Morrie, Convenience (co-production with the Sacramento Theatre Company), Shenandoah, Play It by Heart, Mame, Fiddler on the Roof (the highest grossing production in the Loft), and the world premieres of Wild Blue and Family Shots. He produced West Side Story at the Victoria Theatre, featuring the Dayton Ballet, breaking all Victoria box office records. In 2000, Kevin also created the Musical Theatre Workshops, which has presented regional and world premiere musicals, hosted two national summits and three new works festivals. He produced the world premiere of the musical Was, produced and directed the midwest premieres of Harold & Maude and Ordinary Days, produced the Midwest premiere of the Stephen Schwartz musical Snapshots: A Musical Scrapbook and the premiere of Gregg Coffin’s musical, right next to me. Kevin is also proud of his working relationship with Janet Yates Vogt and Mark Friedman on their musical Anne of Green Gables, which had its professional premiere at the Victoria Theatre in 2005, and their new musical, Tenderly, about singer Rosemary Clooney, in 2012. Kevin has served on panels for the Ohio Arts Council, the Montgomery County Arts & Cultural District, and the National Endowment for the Arts. He has served on the Boards of the AIDS Resource Center Ohio, Culture Works, the Downtown YMCA and the National Alliance for Musical Theatre - where he co-chaired their Festival of New Musicals in 2007 and 2008. In 2003, Kevin was inducted into the Dayton Theatre Hall of Fame and in April 2010, he and Human Race Artistic Director Marsha Hanna received the Governor’s Award for Arts Administration.
The Araca Group was founded in 1997 by partners Matthew Rego, Michael Rego and Hank Unger, and the company has since become a leading Broadway production and brand management company with over 250 dedicated employees and offices in New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, London, and Sydney. Araca’s producing ventures have garnered Tony, Pulitzer, Grammy, Drama Desk, Outer Critics, Drama League, Olivier and Obie Awards. Broadway producing credits include Wicked, Urinetown, Disgraced, The Wedding Singer, A View from the Bridge, Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune, Lend Me a Tenor, Match, Rock of Ages, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, ‘Night Mother, Skylight, A Raisin in the Sun, and Boeing-Boeing. Araca’s recently launched Media & Entertainment division partners with marquee Media Companies and Consumer Brands to develop and manage branded entertainment portfolios of meticulously crafted adaptations, reboots, and brand integrations of some of the world’s most iconic intellectual property, for film, television, digital and live stage.
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States.
+Resident Artist of The Human Race Theatre Company.
The Director is a member of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers, an independent national labor union.